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The Resource Professional chaplaincy and clinical pastoral education should become more scientific : yes and no, Larry VandeCreek, editor

Professional chaplaincy and clinical pastoral education should become more scientific : yes and no, Larry VandeCreek, editor

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Professional chaplaincy and clinical pastoral education should become more scientific : yes and no
Title
Professional chaplaincy and clinical pastoral education should become more scientific
Title remainder
yes and no
Statement of responsibility
Larry VandeCreek, editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Professional Chaplaincy and Clinical Pastoral Education Should Become More Scientific: Yes and No examines ambivalence among pastoral caregivers and educators over the growing inclusion of science in pastoral care and counseling methodologies. Twenty-three professionals in the field give candid and sometimes emotional accounts of their interest in - and reservations about - the role scientific research plays in their profession. Some authors look at the issue from a historical perspective; others voice additional concerns. A few make concrete proposals on how chaplaincy can become more scientific.--from publisher's description
Member of
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Journal of health care chaplaincy
Dewey number
253/.071/1
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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VandeCreek, Larry
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Chaplains
Label
Professional chaplaincy and clinical pastoral education should become more scientific : yes and no, Larry VandeCreek, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Professional chaplaincy and clinical pastoral education should become more scientific: yes and no has been co-published simultaneously as Journal of health care chaplaincy, volume 12, numbers 1/2 and volume 13, number 1 2002."
  • Originally published by the Haworth Press, Inc., in 2002
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Preface : what has Jerusalem to do with Athens? What has pastoral care to do with science? -- Chaplain no : should clinical pastoral education and professional chaplaincy become more scientific in response to health care reform? -- Chaplain yes : should clinical pastoral education and professional chaplaincy become more scientific in response to health care reform? -- Should clinical pastoral education and professional chaplaincy become more scientific? It's a matter of salt / Joe Baroody -- Spirituality and data : the need for a new paradigm / William J. Baugh -- To be, or not to be more scientific? That is the question : yes, absolutely, but. / Paul Steven Bay -- Chaplains and science / W. Noel Brown -- Chaplaincy is becoming more "scientific." What's the problem? / Larry Burton -- Clinical pastoral education and the value of empirical research : examples from Australian and New Zealand datum / Lindsay B. Carey, Christopher Newell -- Health care chaplaincy as a research-informed profession : how we get there / George Fitchett -- Science and ministry : confusion and reality / George F. Handzo -- Siblings or foes : what now in spiritual care research? / Gordon J. Hilsman -- Research or perish? / Margot Hover -- Ministry for the good of the whole / Eugene W. Huffstutler -- Chaplain yes and chaplain no : both are correct; neither is true / Steven S. Ivy -- Language and tools for professional accountability / Mark E. Jensen -- Four fatal flaws in recent spirituality research / Raymond J. Lawrence -- In the world but not of the world : going beyond a dilemma / Richard Leliaert -- At the poles eventually all you get is cold / Arthur M. Lucas -- But what are we trying to prove? / David B. McCurdy -- She said, "Some patient needs get dropped due to more pressing issues" / Dick Millspaugh -- Respecting the dual sided identity of clinical pastoral education and professional chaplaincy : the phenomenological research model / Marie-Line Morin -- The search for truth : the case for evidence based chaplaincy / Thomas St. James O'Connor -- Health care reform : opportunities for professional chaplains to build intentional communities of learners by integrating faith, science, quality, and systems thinking / Bartholomew Rodrigues -- The chaplain as the complete philosopher / Orlo C. Strunk, Jr. -- Rediscovering mystery and wonder : toward a narrative-based perspective on chaplaincy / John Swinton -- Attention to the scientific benefits of pastoral care is a blessing and a curse / Jo Clare Wilson
Control code
ocn846970852
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 256 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203050125
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)846970852
Label
Professional chaplaincy and clinical pastoral education should become more scientific : yes and no, Larry VandeCreek, editor
Publication
Note
  • "Professional chaplaincy and clinical pastoral education should become more scientific: yes and no has been co-published simultaneously as Journal of health care chaplaincy, volume 12, numbers 1/2 and volume 13, number 1 2002."
  • Originally published by the Haworth Press, Inc., in 2002
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Preface : what has Jerusalem to do with Athens? What has pastoral care to do with science? -- Chaplain no : should clinical pastoral education and professional chaplaincy become more scientific in response to health care reform? -- Chaplain yes : should clinical pastoral education and professional chaplaincy become more scientific in response to health care reform? -- Should clinical pastoral education and professional chaplaincy become more scientific? It's a matter of salt / Joe Baroody -- Spirituality and data : the need for a new paradigm / William J. Baugh -- To be, or not to be more scientific? That is the question : yes, absolutely, but. / Paul Steven Bay -- Chaplains and science / W. Noel Brown -- Chaplaincy is becoming more "scientific." What's the problem? / Larry Burton -- Clinical pastoral education and the value of empirical research : examples from Australian and New Zealand datum / Lindsay B. Carey, Christopher Newell -- Health care chaplaincy as a research-informed profession : how we get there / George Fitchett -- Science and ministry : confusion and reality / George F. Handzo -- Siblings or foes : what now in spiritual care research? / Gordon J. Hilsman -- Research or perish? / Margot Hover -- Ministry for the good of the whole / Eugene W. Huffstutler -- Chaplain yes and chaplain no : both are correct; neither is true / Steven S. Ivy -- Language and tools for professional accountability / Mark E. Jensen -- Four fatal flaws in recent spirituality research / Raymond J. Lawrence -- In the world but not of the world : going beyond a dilemma / Richard Leliaert -- At the poles eventually all you get is cold / Arthur M. Lucas -- But what are we trying to prove? / David B. McCurdy -- She said, "Some patient needs get dropped due to more pressing issues" / Dick Millspaugh -- Respecting the dual sided identity of clinical pastoral education and professional chaplaincy : the phenomenological research model / Marie-Line Morin -- The search for truth : the case for evidence based chaplaincy / Thomas St. James O'Connor -- Health care reform : opportunities for professional chaplains to build intentional communities of learners by integrating faith, science, quality, and systems thinking / Bartholomew Rodrigues -- The chaplain as the complete philosopher / Orlo C. Strunk, Jr. -- Rediscovering mystery and wonder : toward a narrative-based perspective on chaplaincy / John Swinton -- Attention to the scientific benefits of pastoral care is a blessing and a curse / Jo Clare Wilson
Control code
ocn846970852
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 256 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203050125
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)846970852

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