Paediatric Chaplaincy

Principles, Practices and Skills
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
  • erschienen am 19. April 2018
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 320 Seiten
978-1-78592-076-9 (ISBN)
Paediatric chaplaincy requires a range of approaches, both in terms of administering spiritual care in a multifaith setting and the complexities of working with children who have a serious illness or disability. This is a research-based best practice guide, covering core principles and skills and as well as specialist care situations.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
  • Broschur/Paperback
  • Höhe: 155 mm
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  • Breite: 229 mm
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  • Dicke: 29 mm
  • 460 gr
978-1-78592-076-9 (9781785920769)
1785920766 (1785920766)
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Rev. Paul Nash has worked at Birmingham Children's Hospital since 2002, and has been Chaplaincy Team Leader (Senior Chaplain) since 2004. He is the director of Red Balloon Resources and the co-founder and co-convenor of the Paediatric Chaplaincy Network for Great Britain and Ireland.

Chaplain Mark Bartel is the manager of Spiritual Care at Arnold Palmer Medical Center in Orlando, FL. Mark is board-certified by the Association of Professional Chaplains. He is a charter member of the Pediatric Chaplains Network (USA), for which he has served as President.

Rev. Dr Sally Nash is Director of the Midlands Institute for Children Youth and Mission and the academic lead for the Birmingham Children's Hospital Chaplaincy team on research, designs spiritual care resources.
Introduction. Section 1. Chapter 1. Child Spirituality and Faith Development. Dr Rebecca Nye, Children's spirituality researcher and consultant, UK. Chapter 2. Insights from Child Development for Paediatric Chaplains. The Revd Dan Roberts, Chaplain Supervisor, McLane Children's Medical Center-Baylor Scott & White Health in Temple, US. Chapter 3. Spiritual, Religious and Pastoral Care of Children and Their Families. The Revd Claire Carson, Head of the Chaplaincy-Spiritual Care Department, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK. Chapter 4. Models of Chaplaincy in a Multicultural World. The Revd Paul Nash, Chaplain Senior, Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital, UK. Chapter 5. Screening, Assessment and Charting. The Revd Mary Robinson Director of the Chaplaincy, Children's Hospital Boston, USA. Chapter 6. Approaches and Skills for Working with Children and Young People. Ryan Campbell and The Revd Dr Sally Nash, Research lead, Centre for Paediatric Spiritual Care and the Birmingham Children's Hospital Chaplaincy Team, UK. Chapter 7. Working with Families. The Revd Krista Gregory, Director, Dell Children's Resiliency Center, Austin, USA. Chapter 8. Staff Care and Self-care. The Revd Kathryn Darby, Chaplain, Birmingham Children's Hospital, UK and The Revd Carl Aiken, Manager of Spiritual Care, Women's and Children's Hospital in Adelaide, Australia. Chapter 9. Chaplain to the Institution. The Revd Jim Linthicum, Senior Chaplain, Great Ormond Street Hospital, UK. Chapter 10 Managing and Developing the Chaplaincy Provision and Team. Paul Nash. Chapter 11. Medical Ethics: Practice and Decision-making. Chaplain Mark Bartel, manager of Spiritual Care, Arnold Palmer Medical Center, USA. Section 2. Chapter 12. Giving Voice to the Story: Working with Patients Who Cannot Speak. The Revd Dr Daniel Nuzum, Healthcare Chaplain and Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor at Cork University Hospital, Ireland. Chapter 13. Working in Mental Health. Kathryn Darby. Chapter 14. Working with Trauma and Abuse. Chaplain Bob Flory Director of Spiritual Care and Bereavement Services, Children's Hospital Colorado, USA. Chapter 15. Major Incidents. Rabbi Naomi Kalish, Coordinator of Pastoral Care and Education, New York Presbyterian Hospital, USA. Chapter 16. Palliative and End-of-Life Care. Chaplain M. Karen Ballard, director of Chaplaincy Services, Akron Children's Hospital, USA. Chapter 17. Bereavement Care. The Revd Dr Edina A. Farkas, Paediatric Chaplain, Velkey Laszlo Center for Child Health in Miskolc, Hungary and The Revd Stephen Harrison, Baptist minister, UK. Chapter 18. Transition: Journeying with Paediatric Patients into Adult care - The Chaplain's Role. Chaplain Kobena Charm, Paediatric Chaplain, LeBonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis, USA. Chapter 19. Paediatric Spirituality, Space and Environment. The Revd Wyatt Butcher, Chaplain to Mental Health Service, Canterbury District Health Board, New Zealand and Dr Lindsay Carey, Palliative Care Unit, School of Psychology and Public Health, La Trobe University, Australia. Chapter 20. Paediatric Chaplaincy and Research. The Revd Dr Daniel H. Grossoehme, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati, USA and Lindsay B. Carey. Chapter 21. Through These Dark Valleys: A Paediatric Chaplain's Response to the Problem of God and Evil. The Revd Kathleen Ennis-Durstine, Manager of InterFaith Pastoral and Spiritual Care, Children's National Health System in Washington, D.C, USA. Chapter 22. Perspectives on Suffering from Major Faith and Worldview Traditions. Emma Roberts, Research Assistant, Birmingham Children's Hospital Chaplaincy, UK. Conclusion.
I am delighted to endorse this great new resource. Rarely have I found a reference book so enjoyable to read, while providing the reader with a rich source of valuable information on spirituality, religious and pastoral care. This book, with references for further reading and suggested approaches provides a much needed resource for all those working with children and young people to develop understanding and skills. -- Katrina McNamara, Director of Service Development and Improvement, Together for Short Lives Paediatric Chaplaincy fills a niche in the growing literature on chaplaincy and will prove itself to be a stimulating resource for chaplains working in that field. Yet the book also speaks to chaplaincy issues beyond paediatric care. The comprehensive nature of the editors' vision has produced a collection of papers that will be of value to chaplains in any healthcare field. -- Revd Dr Steve Nolan, Princess Alice Hospice, Esher, and The University of Winchester Pediatric chaplaincy finally has what it has so far lacked - a comprehensive text that covers all the major bases of the field combining the best of theory, research, and day-to-day clinical practice. This volume should be on the shelf of every chaplaincy department and every chaplain that sees pediatric patients. This is now the go-to teaching text and reference work in the field. Bravo to the editors and authors. -- Rev. George Handzo, BCC, Director, Health Services Research & Quality, HealthCare Chaplaincy Network Paediatric Chaplaincy provides an empathetic and comprehensive guide to the complex work of supporting children and families spiritually during times of serious illness, palliative care, and death. An international array of authors offers evidence-based practices that respect diverse spiritual traditions, family systems, racial/ethnic identities, and sociocultural locations. A must-read for all chaplains and an excellent reference text for all clergy, educational administrators, and non-profit leaders who work with children and youth. -- Karen-Marie Yust, Rowe Professor of Christian Education, Union Presbyterian Seminary Children's chaplains are simply amazing; stepping forward at what can often be the most difficult and desperate time of a family's life to provide loving care. This outstanding book is a brilliant resource to help this special community learn, share practice and inspire each other to new heights for the children, young people, families and colleagues who rely on them every day. -- Sarah-Jane Marsh, Chief Executive Officer, Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital

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