|作者：||Marcielli Grangeiro Ferreira, Simone Brasil de Oliveira Iglesias|
1Santa Marcelina Hospital of Tiradentes City and Abreu SodréHospital (AACD), Pediatric Intensive Care Unit - São Paulo - SP -Brazil.
2Hospital Asunción - Rede D`Or São Luiz, Pediatric IntensiveCare Unit - São Bernardo do Campo - SP - Brazil.
3Hospital São Paulo - Federal University of São Paulo -UNIFESP / EPM, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Group of Bioethics andPalliative Care - Department of Pediatrics - São Paulo - SP -Brazil.
4Institute of Children - Faculty of Medicine, University of SãoPaulo - FMUSP, Pain and Palliative Care Unit - Pediatrics - Voluntary doctor -São Paulo - SP - Brazil.
|刊名：||Residência Pediátrica, 2019, Vol.9 (1), pp.53-57|
|来源数据库：||Brazilian Society of Pediatrics|
|关键词：||Spirituality; Death; Palliative Care; Humanism; Pediatrics;|
|原始语种摘要：||Abstract The pediatrician’s daily challenge in dealing with children who developlife-threatening or life-limiting illnesses and their families requires that weextend the perception of care to the whole human being with its physical,psychological, social, and spiritual dimensions. In this context, the look atspirituality becomes essential in the care of children, adolescents, relativesand, ourselves, health professionals. Are we ready?.|