Definition of the NANDA label
Impaired ability to rely on trust in religious beliefs or participate in rites of a particular religious tradition.
Impaired ability to exercise reliance on beliefs and/or participate in rituals of a particular faith tradition.
• Demonstrates or explains difficulty adhering to prescribed religious ideas and rituals. For example:
– Religious ceremonies.
– Dietary regulations.
– Worship / religious services.
– Private religious behavior / reading of religious material / religious media.
– Practices on holidays.
– Meetings with religious leaders.
• Expresses emotional distress for separation from their religious community.
• Expresses emotional distress regarding religious ideas and / or religious social contact networks.
• Expresses the need to reconnect with previous patterns of beliefs and customs.
• Question patterns of religious customs and beliefs.
• Illness / illness.
• Ineffective support / coping.
• Personal crisis / disaster.
• Lack of security.
• Fear of death.
• Ineffective coping with the disease.
• Use of religion to manipulate.
• Barriers to religious practices (cultural and environmental).
• Lack of social integration.
• Lack of social / cultural interaction.
• Spiritual crises.
Situational and development
• End-of-life crisis.
• Life transitions.
At risk population
• End-stage life crisis
• History of religious manipulation
• Life transition
• Personal crisis
• Spiritual crisis
• Spiritual health.
• Spiritual support.
• Facilitate spiritual growth.
• Give hope.
• Decreased anxiety.
• Emotional Support.
• Active listening.
• Facilitate communication.
• Anger management.