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Basic Hospice Chaplain Training

Hospice has always included a spiritual dimension in the care and comfort of it’s patients and families.  And naturally so.  As Keith Meador has said…

There is no substitute for time to do the work of a ‘good death.’  While the interpretation of a good death may vary by tradition and culture, most consider the opportunity for a good death to include adequate pain management and time to make peace with one’s neighbor and with God while supported emotionally by family or friends.  Adequate spiritual care helps provide the context for such a death… 

Keith G. Meador, MD, ThM, MPH, Duke University Medical Center, in NC Medical Journal, July-August, 2004, Volume 64, Number 4, page 227.

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