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Moral Injury, Spiritual Care and the Role of Chaplains: An Exploratory Scoping Review of Literature and Resources
This scoping review considered the role of chaplains with regard to ‘moral injury’. Moral injury is gaining increasing notoriety. This is due to greater recognition that trauma (in its various forms)Expand
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Moral Injury and Definitional Clarity: Betrayal, Spirituality and the Role of Chaplains
This article explores the developing definition of moral injury within the current key literature. Building on the previous literature regarding ‘Moral Injury, Spiritual Care and the role ofExpand
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Chaplaincy and resuscitation.
This paper summarises the results of 327 Australian health care chaplains with regard to their involvement in issues concerning Not For Resuscitation (NFR)/Do Not Attempt Resuscitate (DNAR) decisionsExpand
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Religion, Spirituality and Health Care Treatment Decisions: The Role of Chaplains in the Australian Clinical Context
This paper summarizes the views of Australian health care chaplains concerning their role and involvement in patient/family health care treatment decisions. In general terms the findings indicatedExpand
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Psychoeducational Support for Parents of Children with Intellectual Disability: An Outcome Study
The pressures frequently encountered by the parents of children with chronic conditions and the concomitant impact on family life have been well‐documented. Family‐focussed interventions have beenExpand
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Utility and commissioning of spiritual carers
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Economic Rationalism and the Cost Efficiency of Hospital Chaplaincy: An Australian Study
SUMMARY Health care reform is also occurring in Australia and effects hospital chaplaincy programs. “Economic rationalism” is the philosophic foundation of this effort and its contrast with theExpand
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The Men’s Shed: Providing Biopsychosocial and Spiritual Support
Community Men’s Sheds (CMS) have been a unique approach within Australia for addressing and promoting men’s health and well-being issues by providing biopsychosocial support. Given the decline ofExpand
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Bioethical Issues and Health Care Chaplaincy in Aotearoa New Zealand
  • L. Carey
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Religion and Health
  • 1 June 2012
This paper summarizes survey and interview results from a cross-sectional study of New Zealand health care chaplaincy personnel concerning their involvement in multiple bioethical issues encounteredExpand
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Incorporating speech‐language pathology within Australian neonatal intensive care units
Working in neonatal intensive care units (NICU) is considered to be advanced practice for speech‐language pathologists (SLPs) requiring post‐graduate specialised education and ongoing clinicalExpand
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