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Chaplaincy Outcomes – What the Future Looks Like?

Issue: Vol 2 No. 2 (2014)

Journal: Health and Social Care Chaplaincy

Subject Areas: Healthcare Communication

DOI: 10.1558/hscc.v9i1.17763


Author: Steve Nolan

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References :

ENHCC (2014) Statement: Healthcare Chaplaincy in the Midst of Transition. The European Network of Healthcare Chaplaincy. Available online:

Handzo, G. F., M. Cobb, C. Holmes, E. Kelly and S. Sinclair (2014) “Outcomes for Professional Health Care Chaplaincy: An International Call to Action”. Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy 20(2): 43–53.

Kelly, E. (2013) “Translating Theological Reflective Practice into Values Based Practice: A Report from Scotland”. Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry 33: 245–56. Available online:

Nolan, S. (2013) “Report: Research in Chaplaincy – A Day to Rekindle the Flame!” Health and Social Care Chaplaincy 1(2): 117–21.

Paterson, M. and E. Kelly (2013) “Values Based Reflective Practice: A Model Developed in Scotland for Spiritual Care Practitioners”. Practical Theology 6(1): 51–68.

Snowden, A., I. Telfer, E. Kelly, S. Bunniss and H. Mowat (2013a) “The Construction of the Lothian PROM”. Scottish Journal of Healthcare Chaplaincy 16: 3–12.

—(2013b) “‘I was able to talk about what was on my mind’: The Operationalisation of Person Centred Care”. Scottish Journal of Healthcare Chaplaincy 16: 13–22.

—(2013c) “Spiritual Care as Person Centred Care: A Thematic Analysis of Interventions”. Scottish Journal of Healthcare Chaplaincy 16: 23–32.