Niels Christian Hvidt

Loetz, Cécile, Mueller Jakob, Eckhard Frick, Yvonne Petersen, Niels Christian Hvidt and Maria Christine Mauer. “Attachment Theory and Spirituality – Two Threads Converging in Palliative Care?Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine : eCAM 2013,  (2013): 740291.

Seibaek, Lene, Lise Hounsgaard and Niels Christian Hvidt. “Secular, Spiritual, and Religious Existential Concerns of Women with Ovarian Cancer During Final Diagnostics and Start of Treatment.” Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine : eCAM 2013,  (2013): 765419.

Viftrup, Dorte Toudal, Niels Christian Hvidt and Niels Buus. “Spiritually and Religiously Integrated Group Psychotherapy: A Systematic Literature Review.” Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine : eCAM 2013,  (2013): 274625.

Prinds, Christina, Niels Christian Hvidt, Ole Mogensen and Niels Buus. “Making Existential Meaning in Transition to Motherhood-a Scoping Review.” Midwifery,  (2013).

Thygesen, L. C., S. O. Dalton, C. Johansen, L. Ross, L. V. Kessing and Niels Christian Hvidt. “Psychiatric Disease Incidence among Danish Seventh-Day Adventists and Baptists.” Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology,  (2013).

Hvidtjorn, D., I. Petersen, J. Hjelmborg, A. Skytthe, K. Christensen and Niels Christian Hvidt. “Familial Resemblance in Religiousness in a Secular Society: A Twin Study.” Twin research and human genetics : the official journal of the International Society for Twin Studies 16, no. 2 (2013): 544-53.

Hvidtjorn, D., J. Hjelmborg, A. Skytthe, K. Christensen and Niels Christian Hvidt. “Religiousness and Religious Coping in a Secular Society: The Gender Perspective.” Journal of Religion & Health,  (2013).

Thygesen, Lau Caspar, Niels Christian Hvidt, Kristian Juel, Andreas Hoff, Lone Ross and Christoffer Johansen. “The Danish Religious Societies Health Study.” International Journal of Epidemiology 41, no. 5 (2012): 1248-1255.

Thygesen, Lau Caspar, Niels Christian Hvidt, Helle Ploug Hansen, Andreas Hoff, Lone Ross and Christoffer Johansen. “Cancer Incidence among Danish Seventh-Day Adventists and Baptists.” Cancer Epidemiology 36, no. 6 (2012): 513-8.

la Cour, Peter, Nadja H. Rørdam Ausker and Niels Christian Hvidt. “Six Meanings of the Word “Spirituality” in a Secular Country.” Archive for the Psychology of Religion 34, no. 1 (2012): 63-81.

la Cour, Peter and Niels Christian Hvidt. “Research on Meaning-Making and Health in Secular Society: Secular, Spiritual and Religious Existential Orientations.” Social Science & Medicine 71, no. 7 (2010): 1292-9.

Hoff, Andreas, Christine Tind Johannessen-Henry, Lone Ross, Niels Christian Hvidt and Christoffer Johansen. “Religion and Reduced Cancer Risk: What Is the Explanation? A Review.European Journal of Cancer 44, no. 17 (2008): 2573-9.

Hvidt, Niels Christian. “Den Religiøse Copings Teologi.” Tidsskrift for Sjelesorg 1, no. 26 (2007).

Hvidt, Niels Christian. “Tro Og Helbred. Teologiske Perspektiver På Religiøs Coping.” Tidsskrift for Forskning i Sygdom og Samfund 7,  (2007): 97-127.

Klaus Baumann

Lee E, Baumann K: German Psychiatrists’ Observation and Interpretation of Religiosity/ Spirituality, in: Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (2013), http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/280168 (15.11.2013).

Baumann K: Hingabe zwischen Ausbeutung und Erfüllung – Kraftquellen (weiter) sprudeln statt versiegen lassen, in: Erzbischöfliches Generalvikariat Paderborn (Hrsg.) Diagnose Burnout – Die erschöpfte Seele als Symptom unserer Zeit. Dokumentation Ärztetag 2012, Paderborn (2013) 22-47.

Baumann K, Eurich J, Wolkenhauer K (Ed.s) Konfessionelle Krankenhäuser. Strategien – Profile – Potenziale, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer 2013.

Baumann, K: Kirche und ihre Krankenpastoral vor neuen (?) Aufgaben, in: Impulse für die Pastoral, Sonderausgabe “Ohne die Kranken ist die Kirche nicht heil” (Krankenpastoral) 2012, 20-26.

Baumann, K: The Birth of Human Sciences, especially Psychology, in: Gilbert P (Ed.) L’uomo moderno e la Chiesa – Atti del Congresso (Analecta Gregoriana, 317), Rome: Gregorian & Biblical Press 2012, 391-408.

Baumann, K: Remarks on Religions and Psychiatry/ Psychotherapies, in: Hefti R, Bee J (Ed.s) Spiritualität und Gesundheit. Spirituality and Health. Ausgewählte Beiträge im Spannungsfeld zwischen Forschung und Praxis. Selected Contributions on Conflicting Priorities in Research and Practice, Bern u.a.: Peter Lang 2012, 99-118.

Lee E, Zahn A, Baumann K: “Religion in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy?” A Pilot Study: The Meaning of Religiosity/Spirituality from Staff’s Perspective in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy. Religions 2 (2011), 525-535; doi:10.3390/rel2040525.

Baumann K: Michelangelo, Demenz und religiöses Erleben, in: “Gemeinschaft leben”. Referate auf dem 6. Kongress der Deutschen Alzheimer Gesellschaft Selbsthilfe Demenz. Braunschweig 7. bis 9. Oktober 2010 (Tagungsreihe der Deutschen Alzheimer Gesellschaft e.V. Band 8), Weimar: Gutenberg Druckerei 2011, 159-164.

Baumann K, “Vermessung des Glaubens” und Geheimnis des Menschseins. Sind gesundheitliche Wirkungen von Spiritualität und Religiosität den Methoden empirischer Forschung zugänglich?, in: Büssing A, Kohls N (Ed.s) Spiritualität transdisziplinär, Heidelberg u.a.: Springer 2011, 67-74.

Baumann K: Krankheit – Heilung – Heil. Medizin und Pflegewissenschaft im Gespräch mit der Theologie, in: Stimmen der Zeit 135 (2010) H. 9, 633-637.

Baumann K: Religiöser Glaube, persönliche Spiritualität und Gesundheit. Überlegungen und Fragen im interdisziplinären Feld von Theologie und Religionswissenschaft, Medizin und Psychotherapie, in: Zeitschrift für medizinische Ethik 55 (2009) 131-144.

Baumann K: Macht Glaube gesund? Zum Effekt religiösen Glaubens in Prävention und Krankheitsbewältigung, in: prävention. Zeitschrift für Gesundheitsförderung 31 (2008) 61-64.

Baumann K: Zwangsstörungen und Religion aus heutiger Sicht, in: Fortschritte der Neurologie · Psychiatrie 75 (2007) 587-592.

Arndt Büssing

Arndt Büssing: (full list of publications: here)

Büssing A, Wirth AG, Reiser F, Zahn A, Humbroich K, Gerbershagen K, Schimrigk S, Haupts S, Hvidt NC, Baumann K: Experience of gratitude, awe and beauty in life among patients with multiple sclerosis and psychiatric disorders. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes 2014; 12:63 (http://www.hqlo.com/content/12/1/63)

Büssing A, Franczak K, Surzykiewicz J: Frequency of Spiritual/Religious Practices in Polish Patients with Chronic Diseases: Validation of the Polish Version of the SpREUK-P Questionnaire. Religions 2014; 5 (2): 459-476

Büssing A, Pilchowska I, Baumann K, Surzykiewicz J:  Aspects of spirituality in German and Polish adolescents and young adults – Factorial structure of the ASP questionnaire.  Religions 2014; 5(1): 109-125 (http://www.mdpi.com/2077-1444/5/1/109)

Büssing A, Pilchowska I, Surzykiewicz J: Spiritual Needs of Polish patients with chronic diseases. Journal of Religion and Health 2014 (Online first: DOI 10.1007/s10943-014-9863-x)

Büssing A, Wirth AG, Humbroich K, Gerbershagen K, Schimrigk S, Haupts M, Baumann K, Heusser P:Faith as a resource in patients with multiple sclerosis is associated with a positive interpretation of illness and experience of gratitude/awe.  Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2013; Article ID 128575, 8 pages

Offenbaecher M, Kohls N, Toussaint LL, Sigl C, Winkelmann A, Hieblinger R, Walther A, Büssing A: Spiritual needs in patients suffering from fibromyalgia.  Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2013; Article ID 178547, 13 pages

Büssing A: Spirituality as a Resource in Situations of Illness in a Secularized Society. Dolentium Hominum 2013; 81 (1): 151-154.

Voltmer E, Büssing A, Koenig HG, Al Zaben F: Religiosity/Spirituality of German Doctors in Private Practice and Likelihood of Addressing R/S Issues with Patients. Journal of Religion and Health  2013 [Epub ahead of print] Online First September 2013 (DOI 10.1007/s10943-013-9776-0)

Erichsen NB, Büssing A: Spiritual Needs among Patients with Chronic Pain Diseases and Cancer Living in a Secular Society. Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2013; Article ID913247.

Büssing A, Hirdes AT, Baumann K, Hvidt NC, Heusser P: Aspects of spirituality in medical doctors and their relation to specific views of illness and dealing with their patients’ individual situation. Evidencebased Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2013; Article ID 734392.

Büssing A, Janko A, Baumann K, Hvidt NC, Kopf A: Spiritual Needs among Patients with Chronic Pain Diseases and Cancer Living in a Secular Society. Pain Medicine 2013; 14: 1362–1373

Büssing A, Reiser F, Michalsen A, Zahn A, Baumann K: Do Patients with Chronic Pain Diseases Believe in Guardian Angels: Even in a Secular Society? A Cross-Sectional Study Among German Patients with Chronic Diseases. Journal of Religion and Health 2013; May 31. [Epub ahead of print]

Büssing A, Zhai Xiao-feng, Wenbo Peng, Changquan Ling: Psychosocial and spiritual needs of patients with chronic diseases: validation of the Chinese version of the Spiritual Needs Questionnaire. Journal of Integrative Medicine 2013; 11(2):106-115.

Büssing A, Mundle G: Reliance on God’s Help in Patients with Depressive and Addictive disorders is not associated with their Depressive Symptoms. Religions 2012; 3(2), 455-466

Büssing A, Höllmer H, Kowalski JT, Zimmermann P, Mees P: Spiritualität als Ressource bei Soldaten der Bundeswehr? Wehrmedizinische Monatsschrift 2012; 56 (7): 154-157.

Büssing A, Reiser F, Michalsen A, Zahn A, Baumann K: Engagement of Patients With Chronic Diseases in Spiritual and Secular Forms of Practice: Results with the Shortened SpREUK-P SF17 Questionnaire. Integrative Medicine: A Clinician´s Journal 2012; 11(1):28-38

Büssing A, Koenig HG: Spiritual needs of patients with chronic diseases. Religions 2010; 1: 18-27

Büssing A: Spirituality as a Resource to Rely on in Chronic Illness: The SpREUK Questionnaire. Religions 2010; 1: 9-17

Büssing A, Balzat HJ, Heusser P: Spiritual needs of patients with chronic pain diseases and cancer – validation of the spiritual needs questionnaire. European Journal of Medical Research 2010, 15(6): 266-273

Dezutter J, Luyckx K, Schaap-Jonker H, Büssing A, Hutsebaut D: God Image and Happiness in Chronic Pain Patients: The Mediating Role of Disease Interpretation. Pain Medicine 2010, 11(5): 765-773

Voltmer E, Büssing A, Thomas C, Spahn C: Religiosity, Spirituality, Health and Work-related Behaviour Patterns in Pastors of two Free Protestant Denominations. Psychotherapie -Psychosomatik -Medizinische Psychologie 2009; 59: 1-9

Dezutter J, Luyckx K, Büssing A, Hutsebaut D Exploring the link between religious attitudes and subjective well-being in chronic pain patients. The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 2009; 39: 393-404

Büssing A, Fischer J, Ostermann T, Matthiessen PF: Reliance on God’s Help as a Measure of Intrinsic Religiosity in healthy elderly and patients with chronic diseases – Correlations with health-related quality of life? Applied Research in Quality of Life 2009; 4(1): 77-90 (DOI 10.1007/s11482-009-9068-8).

Büssing A, Michalsen A, Balzat HJ, Grünther RA, Ostermann T, Neugebauer EAM, Matthiessen PF: Are spirituality and religiosity resources for patients with chronic pain conditions? Pain Medicine 2009; 10 (2): 327-339

Büssing A, Fischer J, Ostermann T, Matthiessen PF: Reliance on God’s help, depression and fatigue in female cancer patientsThe International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 2008; 38 (3): 357-372

Büssing A, Ostermann T, Matthiessen PF: Adaptive coping and spirituality as a resource in cancer patients. Breast Care 2007; 2 (4): 195-202

Büssing A, Abu-Hassan WM, Matthiessen PF, Ostermann T: Spirituality, religiosity and dealing with illness in Arabic and German patients. Saudi Medical Journal 2007; 28(6): 22-31

Büssing A, Ostermann T, Koenig HG: Relevance of spirituality and religion in German patients with chronic diseases. The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 2007; 37(1): 39-57

Büssing A, Keller N, Michalsen A, Moebus S, Dobos G, Ostermann T, Matthiessen PF: Spirituality and adaptive coping styles in German patients with chronic diseases in a CAM health care setting. Journal of Complementary and Integrative Medicine 2006; 3(4): 4 (1-26)

Büssing A, Matthiessen P.F., Ostermann T: Engagement of patients in religious and spiritual practices: Confirmatory results with the SpREUK-P 1.1 questionnaire as a tool of quality of life research. BMC Health Qual Life Outcomes 2005; 3: 53 (1-11)

Büssing A, Ostermann T, Matthiessen PF: Role of religion and spirituality in medical patients: Confirmatory results with the SpREUK questionnaire. BMC Health Qual Life Outcomes 2005 Feb 10, 3:10 (1-10)

Büssing A, Ostermann Th,  Matthiessen PF: The Role of Religion and Spirituality in Medical Patients in Germany. Journal of Religion and Health 2005, 44 (3): 321-340

Büssing A, Ostermann Th,  Matthiessen PF: Search for meaningful support and the meaning of illness in German cancer patients. Anticancer Res. 2005; 25(2B): 1449-1455

 

Common publications

Jors K, Büssing A, Hvidt NC, Baumann K: Personal Prayer in Patients Dealing with Chronic Illness: A Review of the Research Literature, Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Volume 2015 (2015), Article ID 927973, 12 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/927973

Special issue of Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine on Spirituality and Health, guest editors Arndt Büssing, Klaus Baumann, Niels Christian Hvidt, Harold G. Koenig, Christina M. Puchalski, and John Swinton.

  • Büssing A, Baumann K, Hvidt NC, Koenig HG, Puchalski C, Swinton J: Spirituality and Health (Editorial). Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2014, Article ID 682817
  • Büssing A, Hirdes AT, Baumann K, Hvidt NC, Heusser P: Aspects of spirituality in medical doctors and their relation to specific views of illness and dealing with their patients´ individual situation.“ Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2013; Article ID 734392
  • Büssing A, Janko A, Baumann K, HvidtNC, Kopf A: Spiritual Needs among Patients with ChronicPain Diseases and Cancer Living in a Secular Society. Pain Medicine 2013; 14: 1362–1373

Collaborative Cohort Overview

 

Collaborative Cohort Overview
Country Principal researcher(s) Data Collection (Completed / date) Sample Specifications Orig. Sample Size n  Actual Sample Size n Response rate (%) Publications Other Comments
13.Juni 2014 17:30 Rap vs. Rock Copenhell – København 450 186? 41
Austria (Graz) Wolfgang Kröll Will roll July '14 Mixed group of professionals working in Intensive Care
Brazil Giancarlo Lucchetti Completed Collaborative paper with India and Indonesia is submitted to …  CV: [LINK] Pubmed publications: [LINK]
Congo FrickHvidt-Mukwayakala Completed Mixed group of professionals working in
Denmark Hvidt-d- d -d- -projekter/christian+balslev+van+randwijk" target="_blank">Randwijk Completed Mixed group of physicians Curlin’s questionnaire in Danish Curlin’s questionnaire in Danish
Germany (Freiburg) Nation-wide Baumann-Lee Completed ‘11 Mixed group of professionals in psychiatry and psychotherapy [LINK] Slightly Adopted version of Curlin’s questionnaire
Germany (Freiburg) Nation-wide Baumann-Lee Completed ‘14 Mixed group of psychiatrists and chaplains 50 Slightly Adopted version of Curlin’s questionnaire
Germany (Munich) FrickHvidtBreidenbach Will roll July ‘14 Mixed group of professionals working with organ donation coordinated by DSO Abbreviated version of NERSH questionnaire – added items regarding organ donation
Germany (Munich) Schulze-Wermuth Completed Mixed group of professionals working in perinatal medicine
India Parameshwaran Ramakrishnan Completed 1 Allopaths=400 TCAM=400  Allopaths=201 TCAM=192  Allopaths = 50.5% TCAM= 48.0%  [LINK] [LINK]
Indonesia Azimuthal Karima Completed Collaborative paper with India – submitted to Journal of Religion and Health 122 122 100
Switzerland Hefti-Rademacher Ongoing Different samples
USA Farr Curlin Completed Several Publications
USA Farr Curlin Completed Several Publications
USA Farr Curlin Completed Several Publications
USA Farr Curlin Completed Several Publications

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NEWSThe Network has a broad focus on spirituality and health and it aims to bring together international researchers from the fields of health care, psychology, theology and the sociology of religion in a quest to develop optimal research instruments and to produce comparable data about patients and care givers.

 

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