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women undergoing treatment for breast cancer, the research team saw significant positive correlations between spiritual well-being and a cancer patient's physical, emotional, and functional well-being. Conversely, the study indicated that as negative or lack of religious coping increased, physical well-being decreased. The women in the study described their spirituality as having a significant role in coping with their illness. The study also suggests that culturally competent nurses can recognize the coping strategies used by women from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds undergoing cancer treatment and work with them to incorporate spiritual well-being and religious coping strategies as part of comprehensive cancer care treatment.

Hearts of Valor—JHUSON researchers Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN and Joan Kub, PhD, RN have found in interviews with active duty military women—25% of whom had experienced domestic violence (DV) during their military service—that less than half of respondents thought abuse should be reported to the commanding officer. Those who had been abused were significantly less likely to agree with informing commanding officers. The interviews revealed that more than 75% of the women agreed that routine screening would make it easier for abused women to get help, but about the same number felt by doing so, many would be at more risk for being hurt. The researchers also found respondents had concerns about the negative effect on their military careers and those of their partners if abuse was disclosed and fears that routine screening/mandatory reporting would make it less likely for military women to disclose abuse. Recent revisions in U.S. military policies—which previously directed all reports be shared with commanding officers—now allow health care providers to keep the DV information confidential if victims so desire.

Home is Where the Heart Is—JHUSON faculty member Nancy Glass, PhD, MPH, RN and colleagues believe that
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