The Human Person at the Heart of Chaplaincy


  • Daniel Nuzum University College Cork



Chaplaincy, healthcare, person centred care, wellbeing

Author Biography

Daniel Nuzum, University College Cork

Daniel Nuzum is a co-editor of HSCC, a certified healthcare chaplain, clinical pastoral education supervisor at Cork University Hospital, and lecturer at the College of Medicine andHealth University College Cork, Ireland.


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How to Cite

Nuzum, D. (2019). The Human Person at the Heart of Chaplaincy. Health and Social Care Chaplaincy, 6(2), 141–143.

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