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.