Honouring Peter Gilbert and His Major Contribution to Spirituality and Compassionate Care

Read more about Peter Gilbert's contribution.

In honour of Peter Gilbert, Arthur Hawes and Ben Bano have edited a book with 16 chapters written by experts in academia and healthcare who personally knew Peter Gilbert. For more details about Crossing the River: The contribution of spirituality to humanity and its future here's the info on Pavillion's website:

Crossing the River Book Cover

Book cover / Contributors and friends - photos courtesy of Pavilion

Journal for the Study of Spirituality: An interdisciplinary and inter-professional forum

The Journal for the Study of Spirituality provides an international peer-reviewed forum for the dissemination and exploration of research, knowledge, wisdom and insight associated with spirituality and contemporary spirituality studies. It is concerned with what spirituality means; how it is expressed in both theory and practice; and implications for social/organizational policies and personal/professional development. The journal recognises that spirituality and spiritual values can be expressed and studied in secular contexts, including scientific and professional settings, as well as within faith and wisdom traditions.

Spiritual Care and Nursing: A Nurse’s Contribution and Practice paper released by the Healthcare Chaplaincy Network

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HealthCare Chaplaincy Network™ (HCCN), founded in 1961, is a global health care non profit organization that offers spiritual care-related information and resources, and professional chaplaincy services in hospitals, other health care settings, and online. Its mission is to advance the integration of spiritual care in health care through clinical practice, research and education in order to improve patient experience and satisfaction and to help people faced with illness and grief find comfort and meaning--whoever they are, whatever they believe, wherever they are.

The Spiritual Care Association (SCA) is the first multidisciplinary, international professional membership association for spiritual care providers that includes a comprehensive evidence-based model that defines, delivers, trains and tests for the provision of high-quality spiritual care. Membership is open to health care professionals, including chaplains, social workers, nurses and doctors; clergy and religious leaders; and organizations. SCA, with offices in New York and Los Angeles, is a non profit affiliate of HealthCare Chaplaincy Network.

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