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Vol 5, No 2 (2017)

Special Issue: Chaplain Case Study Research

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Chaplaincy Case Study HTML PDF
George Fitchett , Steve Nolan 167-173

Case Studies

“You’ve Done Very Well” (“Das haben Sie sehr schön gemacht”): On Courage and Presence of Mind in Spiritual Issues HTML PDF
Corinna Schmohl 174-193
Space, Time and Shared Humanity: A Case Study Demonstrating a Chaplain’s Role in End-of-Life Care HTML PDF
Lynn Bassett 194-208
“I’m Being Swallowed Up by This Illness, So Much Pain Deep Inside”: Claire a 40 Year-old Woman with Cancer HTML PDF
Karen Murphy 209-223
“I Want to Make it Right”: A 46 Year-old Woman with End Stage Renal Disease and Her Australian Aboriginal Partner Make Significant Choices HTML PDF
David Glenister 224-240
The Chaplain as the Mediator Between the Patient and the Interdisciplinary Team in Ethical Decision Making: A Chaplaincy Case Study Involving a Quadriplegic Patient HTML PDF
Jeffery N. Murphy 241-256
Dutch Case Studies Project in Chaplaincy Care: A Description and Theoretical Explanation of the Format and Procedures PDF
Martin Walton , Jacques Körver 257-280
Case Study of “Moral Injury”: Format Dutch Case Studies Project HTML PDF
Guus Van Loenen , Jacques Körver , Martin Walton , Reijer De Vries 281-296

Conference Report

The Birth of a European Research Institute for Chaplains in Healthcare (ERICH): Initiated by Chaplains for the Promotion of Research by Chaplains HTML PDF
Ewan Kelly , Anne Vandenhoeck 297-305
Symposium Report: Researching Spiritual and Pastoral Care: Measuring the Value of Chaplaincy HTML PDF
Julian Raffay 306-311

Book Reviews

George Fitchett and Steve Nolan, eds, Spiritual Care in Practice: Case Studies in Healthcare Chaplaincy. London and Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, 318 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-1-84905-976-3, eISBN: 978-0-85700-87-3, £18.99. HTML PDF
Julian Perkins 312-314
Stephen Faller, The Art of Spiritual Midwifery: diaLogos and Dialectic in the Classical Tradition. Cambridge: Lutterworth Press, 2015, 139 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-0-71889-415-3, £15.00. HTML PDF
Marion Chatterley 315-316
Alister Bull, Assessing and Communicating the Spiritual Needs of Children in Hospital: A New Guide for Healthcare Professionals and Chaplains. London: Jessica Kingsley, 2017, 139 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 987-1-84905-637-3, £16.99. HTML PDF
Kathryn Darby 317-319
John Behr and Connor Cunningham, eds, The Role of Death in Life: A Multidisciplinary Examination of the Relationship between Life and Death. Cambridge: James Clarke & Co, 2016, 200 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-0-227-17572-9, £15.50. HTML PDF
Nell Cockell 320-321
Bob Whorton, Voices from the Hospice: Staying with Life through Suffering and Waiting. London: SCM Press, 2015, 160 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-0-3340-5426-9, £16.99. HTML PDF
Margaret Whipp 322-323
Elizabeth MacKinlay, The Spiritual Dimension of Ageing (2nd edn). London: Jessica Kingsley, 2017, 392 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-1-84905-006- 7, £22.99. HTML PDF
Victoria Slater 324-326
Christopher Goodchild, Unclouded by Longing – Meditations on Autism and Being Present in an Overwhelming World. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017, 167 pp. (Pbk). ISBN: 978-1-78592-122-3, £9.99. HTML PDF
David Buck 327-328
Gordon J. Hilsman, Spiritual Care in Common Terms: How Chaplains Can Effectively Describe the Spiritual Needs of Patients in Medical Records. London and Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017, ISBN: 978-1-78592-724-9, £16.99. HTML PDF
Steve Nolan 329-331



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