Student Perspectives


  • Mark Rodgers NHS Grampian
  • Mark Evans NHS Fife
  • Derek Peat NHS Lanarkshire



healthcare chaplaincy, chaplaincy education


Three students offer their perspective on the new PG certificate in Healthcare Chaplaincy at Glasgow University

Author Biographies

Mark Rodgers, NHS Grampian

Mark Rodgers: Hospital Chaplain. Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, NHS Grampian

Mark Evans, NHS Fife

Mark Evans: Interim Lead Chaplain, Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermline. NHS Fife

Derek Peat, NHS Lanarkshire

Derek Peat: Chaplain, Hairmyers Hospital, NHS Lanarkshire


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How to Cite

Rodgers, M., Evans, M., & Peat, D. (2013). Student Perspectives. Health and Social Care Chaplaincy, 14(1), 32–35.

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