WE ARE ALL STUDENTS AND THE TEACHER IS GOD
Keywords:healthcare chaplaincy, chaplaincy education
This paper analyses the contributions to the journal over the last ten years and draws conclusions about the nature of research into spiritual care and raises some questions for the future.
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