Hospital Chaplain's Handbook
A Guide for Good Practice
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"This book will give an excellent initial insight into the scope of the work." Iain Frew, volunteer assistant to a hospital chaplain and a member of Wylde Green URC, Sutton Coldfield. Reform, , May 2006.
"This handbook is a much needed resource that engages with the health service as it is now and provides information that will be useful not only to hospital Chaplains but all those engaged with Chaplaincy within the health service, as well as those who are involved with hospital Chaplaincy from the community and different faith groups. Here at last is a book which sets the ground rules across the spectrum of hospital Chaplaincy. It is much more than a handbook, more of a practical guide that will affirm many Chaplains and give guidance and insight to others." Revd Anna Garvie, Co-ordinating Chaplain, Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust.
"This slim book exudes the essence of accumulated practice, procedures and principles appropriate to hospital chaplaincy, a field which has never before been under such scrutiny and subject to such change. (...)It should be required reading for anyone contemplating or practising in healthcare chaplaincy." David Parkes, Senior Chaplain, Peterborough & Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Epworth Review
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