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Scottish Journal of Healthcare Chaplaincy Vol 7 (2) 2004

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Table of Contents

Editorial

CONFERENCE REPORT 'MENTAL HEALTH, WELLBEING AND SPIRITUALITY' PDF
Ian Stirling 1-2

Articles

UNFIT TO BE UNFIT? A CHRISTIAN CONTRIBUTION TO THE HEALTHY LIFESTYLE DEBATE PDF
Eric Stoddart 3-9
THE LOCATION AND IDENTITY OF CHAPLAINS: A CONTEXTUAL MODEL PDF
Mark Cobb 10-15
WORLDS APART? A COMPARISON OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ACUTE HOSPITAL CHAPLAINCY PDF
Iain Macritchie 23-27
RECOVERING OUR LOST SAINTS: A CURRENT THEORY OF LOSS AND ITS CHRISTIAN EXPRESSION PDF
Tom Gordon 28-33
DAY HOSPICE CARE: PERCEPTIONS AND TABOOS IN PALLIATIVE CARE PDF
Jacki Thomas 34-38
THE INTRODUCTION AND EVALUATION OF A SPIRITUAL ASSESSMENT TOOL IN A PALLIATIVE CARE UNIT PDF
Bruce Pierce , Frederic Koning 39-43

Professional Issues

WHO SHOULD EMPLOY THE CHAPLAIN? PDF
Georgina Nelson 16
Why transfer the employment of chaplains, and why now? PDF
David Watson 17-18
Who employs the chaplain in NHS Tayside? PDF
Gillian Munro 18
Playing Cards with the Octopus PDF
Ken Coulter 19-20
A Roman Catholic Perspective on Direct Employment PDF
Jim Duggan 20-22

Book Reviews

Philosophy for Medicine: Applications in a clinical context. Martyn, E. Pekka, L. Puusstinen, R. (Eds.) ISBN 1 85775 943 5 Radcliffe Medical Press PDF
Kate Jones 44
Teaching made easy: A manual for health professionals (2nd edition) Mohanna K., Wall D., and Chambers R. ISBN 1-85775-871-4 Radcliffe Medical Press PDF
David Mitchell 44-45
Demonstrating your competence 1: Healthcare teaching Chambers R., Mohanna K., Wakely G, and Wall D. ISBN 1-85775-607-X Radcliffe Medical Press PDF
David Mitchell 45



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