A collaborative study between Faith in Older People and NHS Lothian Spiritual Care Spiritual Care Education in Hospital Based Complex Continuing Care units FINAL REPORT FEB 2018
Introduction In 2015 the then head of the spiritual care team in Lothian Health Board, Scotland, became concerned that the gradual reduction in hours allotted to the team was having an adverse effect on the spiritual care in the nine hospital based complex clinical care (HBCCC) units in the area. He brought together a working […]
Aim of paper: Identifying and fulfilling the need for community spiritual care engagement with HBCCC units
The care cameo series is designed to present short but challenging sketches of various issues and to provide a forum to encourage and foster debate on a whole range of issues important for the delivering of care and support for older individuals across Scotland.
Summary report of the study on Spiritual Care Education in hospital based complex clinical care units in one health board area in Scotland: A qualitative appreciative enquiry into spiritual care delivery by health care workers.
Executive Summary Report. An exploration of the spiritual care of people living with dementia in care homes.
An exploration of the spiritual care of people living with dementia in care homes
Is Death in a hospital too upsetting for ministers of spiritual care?
A secular reflection on the practice of spiritual care.
Outlines the obligations for spiritual care for all health boards.