WHEN BIRTH AND DEATH COME TOGETHER

THE RIGHT RITE?

Authors

  • David Hamilton Church of Scotland

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/hscc.v2i2.15

Keywords:

healthcare, medicine, birth, death

Abstract

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Author Biography

David Hamilton, Church of Scotland

David Hamilton is a minister in the Church of Scot-land and a retired lecturer in practical theology - University of Glasgow.

References

Anderson Herbert and Foley, Edward Mighty Stories, Dangerous Rituals, Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, 1998, p.133.

Book of Common Order of the Church of Scotland, Saint Andrew Press, 1994, p. 89.

Campbell Alastair V. ed., A Dictionary of Pastoral Care (SPCK, 1987), p 268f, "Stillbirth and Miscarriage";

Frances Boyle, Mothers Bereaved by Stillbirth, Neonatal Death or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (Ashgate, 1997);

Hunter. R. J. ed., Dictionary of Pastoral Care and Counselling (Abingdon Press, Nashville, 1990), pp. 744ff, "Miscarriage";

Journal of Pastoral Care, 32 (1978), pp. 6ff, "When birth is also a funeral"; 36 (1982), pp. 17ff, "On Stillbirth: an Open Letter to the Clergy"; 43 (1989),; pp. 68ff, "Ritual and Pastoral Care"; 47 (1993), pp,; 217ff, "Stillborn Studies: Ministry to Bereaved; Parents";

Rosemary Mander, Loss and Bereavement in Child bearing (Blackwood Scientific Publications, 1994).J Scottish Stillbirth and Infant Death Report, 1997.

Withrow, Lisa Occasions of Prayer, by (SPCK, 1999, - see especially pp. 66-67.

Published

2013-06-11

How to Cite

Hamilton, D. (2013). WHEN BIRTH AND DEATH COME TOGETHER: THE RIGHT RITE?. Health and Social Care Chaplaincy, 15–18. https://doi.org/10.1558/hscc.v2i2.15