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The academy is defined by a fundamentally uncertain pursuit of certainty. The question of whether academic work is a sufficient form of engagement on its own is inseparable from the contradiction… Expand
Poor recording of patients' religious and spiritual information is known anecdotally and occasionally referred to in publications. Chaplains in particular encounter lack of data entries or errors in… Expand
Abstract After a sudden traumatic death, bereaved relatives may feel particularly distressed. We look at the role of spirituality (including religion, whether following communal forms or more… Expand
This paper analyses the role chaplaincy plays in providing religious and spiritual care in the UK’s National Health Service. The approach considers both the current practice of chaplains and also the… Expand
This literature review explored the relationships between religious identity and the experience and expression chronic pain for five common faith groups, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, and Sikhs.… Expand
The term “being” has featured frequently in publications about the role of chaplains in health and social care. Generally, this has described the physical presence of chaplains among people either… Expand
T he may 21, 2012, suicide attack on Yemeni soldiers parading in Sana`a’s al-Sabin Square marked a turning point in Yemen’s struggle against al-Qa`ida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and its… Expand
Journal of intensive care medicine
Background: Although a review of the 1-month experience of a British intensive care unit (ICU) deployed in 2003 to Iraq outlining its care of 47 patients exists, a descriptive study outlining patient… Expand
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