Providing spiritual care is an important part in administering person-centred holistic care. This textbook explains why it is so important for any allied health professional (AHP) to be involved in, or assist with, the provision of spiritual care for patients and how to do so.
Each chapter addresses a specific field of allied health practice, such as speech-language therapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and other allied heath areas. The contributors explain how spiritual care can be applied in their specialist area, making it relevant for all AHPs. With contributions from leading academics and practitioners in allied health practice, this book will help AHPs understand how to give patients the complete care that they need, making this text essential reading for AHP practitioners, clinical supervisors, researchers, academics, tertiary lecturers and allied health students.
|Publisher:||Kingsley, Jessica Publishers|
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About the Author
Lindsay B. Carey, PhD is a Research Fellow at the Palliative Care Unit and Head of the Public Health Major at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia.
Bernice A. Mathisen, PhD is Discipline Lead in Speech Pathology at La Trobe Rural Health School in Bendigo, Australia
Table of ContentsForeword. Harold G. Koenig, R.N., M.D., Centre for Spirituality, Theology and Health, Duke University, NC, USA. 1. Introduction. Bruce Rumbold, Director, Palliative Care Unit, La Trobe University, Melbourne, AUS. 2. Speech-Language Pathology and Spiritual Care. Bernice Mathisen, La Trobe Rural Health School, La Trobe University, Victoria, AUS and Travis Threats, Doisy College of Health Sciences, St. Louis University, Missouri, USA. 3. Audiology and Spirituality. Donna Fisher Smiley, Arkansas Children's Hospital, Arizona, USA, Cynthia McCormick Richburg, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, USA and Henry T. Smiley, Central Baptist College, Arizona, USA. 4. Occupational Therapy and Spiritual Care. Gjyn O'Toole, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, AUS and Elelwani Ramugondo, University of Cape Town, South Africa. 5.Social Work and Spiritual Care. Fiona Gardner, TBC and Laura Béres, TBC. 6. Paramedics and Spiritual Care:The Educated Heart and Triumphs of the Human Spirit. Ann Lazarsfeld-Jensen, Charles Sturt University, New South Wales, AUS and Peter O'Meara, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia. 7. Art Therapy and Spirituality. Libby Byrne, School of Psychology and Public Health, La Trobe University, Melbourne, AUS and Libby Levey, author of Connecting Pathways: A Triumphant Journey through Stroke, New South Wales, AUS. 8. Music Therapy and Spirituality. Clare O'Callaghan, Caritas Christi Hospice, St Vincent's Health, Melbourne, AUS and Jane Edwards, School of Health and Social Development, Faculty of Health, Deakin University, Victoria, AUS. 9. Occupational Ergonomists and Spirituality in the Workplace. Rwth Stuckey and Jarrod W. Brown, Centre for Ergonomics and Health Factors, La Trobe University, Melbourne, AUS. 10. Prosthetics, Orthotics and Spiritual Care. Kerry Fisher, Anthony Francis and Nathan Collins, La Trobe University, Melbourne, AUS. 11. Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care. Lindsay B. Carey, Palliative Care Unit, Department of Public Health, La Trobe University, Melbourne, AUS, John Swinton, School of Divinity, History and Philosophy, University of Aberdeen, UK and Daniel H. Grossoehme, Division of Pulmonary Medicine, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Ohio, USA. 12. Epilogue: Allied Health and Spiritual Care. Mathisen and Carey.