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Case studies in spiritual care

Author: George Fitchett; Steve Nolan
Publisher: London, UK ; Philadelphia, PA : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2018. ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Through a rich variety of case studies, this book provides insight into the patient's needs and the chaplain's perspective, as well as discussions of spiritual assessments and spiritual care interventions. Case studies such as a request to baptise a child complicated due to his admission for 'psychiatric reasons', as well as work with military veterans, such as a female transgender veteran who has been alienated  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case Reports
Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Fitchett; Steve Nolan
ISBN: 9781785927836 1785927833
OCLC Number: 1022086058
Description: 285 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction : autoethnography in chaplain case study research / Steve Nolan --
Part I. Chaplains' Care in Paediatrics : --
1. 'That's great! You can tell us how you are feeling' : Mark, a recently severely disbled 11-year-old boy with a brain tumour / Liz Bryson, Paul Nash, Sally Nash --
2. 'She's already done so much' : Sarah, diagosed prenatally with trisomy 18, and her family / Patrick Jinks --
3. Critical response to paediatric case studies : a paediatric chaplain's perspective / Hans Evers --
4. Critical response to paediatric case studies : a paediatric nurse's perspective / Hans Evers --
Part II. Chaplains' Care for Veterans : --
5. 'He is disappointed I am not the son he wanted. I tried and tried to deny I am a girl' : Vicki, a male-to-female transgender veteran / Janet Hanson --
6. 'I was able to go to confession' : Mrs Helen, a survivor of military sexual trauma perpetrated by a religious leader / Valerie C. Sanders --
7. Critical response to veterans' case studies : a chaplaincy perspective / Andrew Todd --
8. Critical response to veterans' case studies : a psychologist's perspective / Jason A. Nieuwsma --
Part III. The Chaplain as Ritual Leader : --
9. 'God is just too busy for us right now' : Paul, a 10-year-old white male transitioning from tertiary medical centre to paediatric inpatient psychiatric hospital / Jessica Bratt Carle --
10. Connecting family members through ritual, Jakob, Hulda and their family in palliative care / Guðlaug Helga Ásgeirsdóttir --
11. 'I do want to get this funeral planned : Daisy, a former colleague in hospice care / Patricia Roberts --
12. 'For myself and for your people with whom I pray' : Mrs Pearlman, an 82-year-old woman with a terminal diagnosis of advanced Alzheimer's disease / Amy E. Goodman, Joel Baron --
13. Critical response to the use of ritual case studies : a pastoral theologian's perspective / Herbert Anderson --
14. Critical response to the use of ritual case studies : a chaplain's perspective / Mark Cobb --
Part IV. The Chaplain as Self-Reflexive Practitioner : --
15. 'I'd like you to get to know about me' : Kristof, a 50-year-oldatheist academic admitted to a hospice for palliative symptom control / Steve Nolan --
16. Critical response to a chaplain's self-reflexive case study : a chaplain's perspective --
17. Critical response to a chaplain's self-reflexive case study : a psychoanalyst's perspective / Linda Emanuel --
18. Afterword : Case studies and chaplaincy research
Responsibility: edited by George Fitchett and Steve Nolan.

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Revealing the richness and depth of understanding that chaplaincy brings to direct work with patients, these new in-depth case studies and critical responses from other chaplains and healthcare  Read more...

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