Transforming Chaplaincy recently featured an article about SHA's 2022 literature review 'Spiritual care in healthcare: elements of best practice'.
"In November 2021 we, (Cheryl Holmes and Richard Egan), were involved in an international online meeting and made an important and unexpected discovery. Both of our respective organisations were undertaking a literature review to look at the elements of best practice spiritual care in healthcare. Further, we found that we were both planning for this review to inform larger and more ambitious projects to co-design national models for spiritual care in health in our respective countries. It did not take us long to realise the benefits of combining our teams, resources and energies, and a dynamic partnership was created".
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