E-BOOK
Title Multifaith Care for Sick and Dying Children and their Families : a Multidisciplinary Guide.
Imprint London, United Kingdom : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015.

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Description 1 online resource (225)
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Medical care -- Religious aspects.
Child health services -- Great Britain.
Culturally Competent Care -- Great Britain.
Religion and Medicine -- Great Britain.
Adolescent -- Great Britain.
Child -- Great Britain.
Infant -- Great Britain.
Pastoral Care -- Great Britain.
Professional-Patient Relations -- Great Britain.
Great Britain.
Contents FRONT ; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; 1 FIVE KEY VALUES AND OBJECTIVES FOR MULTIFAITH CARE; 2 CARE OF A BUDDHIST CHILD AND FAMILY; 3 CARE OF A CHRISTIAN CHILD AND FAMILY; 4 CARE OF A HINDU CHILD AND FAMILY; 5 CARE OF A JEWISH CHILD AND FAMILY; 6 CARE OF A MUSLIM CHILD AND FAMILY; 7 CARE OF A SIKH CHILD AND FAMILY; 8 SPIRITUAL CARE; 9 A BUDDHIST MOTHER'S REFLECTIONS ON SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS CARE; 10 ENGAGING HEALTH AND RELIGIOUS CARE TOGETHER; CONCLUSION.
Summary What do you need to know in order to provide the best possible care for sick children of different faiths? What, in the context of the young person's faith, might it be helpful to know to support the child and the family, improve care, communicate sensitively and avoid causing offence? Drawing on extensive, evidence-based research and practice, this practical resource addresses the multi-faith needs of sick and dying children and young people in hospitals and the wider community. Covering Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism and Buddhism, it provides the key information needed t.