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Chaplain Care for a Patient and Family in a UK Hospice

  • 01/13/2015
  • 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
  • Online

In this session, Chaplain Steve Nolan will present his case study of his work with Den (a pseudonym), a man in his 80s with metastatic lung cancer, who was a patient in an inpatient hospice in London, and his family. The case study includes the chaplain's spiritual assessment of Den, as well as several members of his family, and a description of the care that was provided to them. The case illustrates chaplain care with a patient and family who are not religious, but for whom religion retained an influence. It also illustrates care in the context of complicated end-of-life family dynamics. Critical responses to the case will be provided by an experienced palliative care chaplain and a nurse researcher with a background in palliative care. Chaplain Daniel Grossoehme will also comment on what this case contributes to building a model of chaplaincy car

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