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Bulletin of Tenri Health Care University
In Japan, spiritual care practices and discussions are carried out primarily in the field of endof-life care, and wherein spiritual care has normally been separated from religious care. Then is religious care by religious people for non-religious people unnecessary ? In this article, we focused on what kind of care is provided by hospitals with religious origins to non-religious patients when they died.doi:10.24667/thcu.9.1_13 fatcat:csg3ilzlnvbdbgx5u4k2fvr3xy