Chaplaincy, Charting, God’s Timelessness and HSCC Review

Authors

  • Lindsay B. Carey La Trobe University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/hscc.22065

Keywords:

Chaplaincy, chaplaincy charting, “Timelessness of God”, Health and Social Care Chaplaincy

Abstract

Four areas of importance to chaplaincy are covered in this issue of Health and Social Care Chaplaincy: (i) practicalities of chaplaincy ministry, (ii) charting the ministry of chaplains and reflective practice, (iii) the ongoing debate regarding the “Timelessness of God”, and finally (iv) a brief review of Health and Social Care Chaplaincy.

Author Biography

Lindsay B. Carey, La Trobe University

Rev. Dr. Lindsay Carey, BA, BEdSt, BTheol, GradDipEd, MAppSc, PhD, UCA, RAAFSR, is Editor-in-Chief of Health and Social Care Chaplaincy (UK). He is an Associate Professor (Adjunct), with the Palliative Care Unit, School of Psychology and Public Health, La Trobe University (Melbourne, Australia), as well as the Senior Research Chaplain (WGCDR, RAAFSR) with Joint Health Command, Australian Defence Force (Canberra, Australia). He is a Life Member of Spiritual Care Australia (SCA) and an Honorary Scholar with the Centre for Spiritual Health and Wellbeing, Duke University, North Carolina (US).

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2022-01-28

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Carey, L. B. . (2022). Chaplaincy, Charting, God’s Timelessness and HSCC Review. Health and Social Care Chaplaincy, 10(1), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1558/hscc.22065

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