Item description for The Hospital Visitor's Handbook: The Do's And Don'ts of Hospital Visitation by Neville A. Kirkwood...
Overview Do you want your visit to a loved one or needy person in the hospital to be more meaningful and have spiritual value? This handi-size booklet is the perfect companion. Dr. Kirkwood will show you what to say, and what not to say, how to keenly observe and to be responsive, as well as what to do in the case you should encounter death.
Christian communities are a lot like families, so it s only natural for individuals to show their love and concern by visiting fellow parishioners who are sick in the hospital. But without a bit of information, a well-intentioned visit might bring more harm than good.
In this handy pocket-sized book, Neville Kirkwood, a chaplain with many years experience, offers practical guidelines to make a hospital visit an experience that strengthens the bonds of friendship while nurturing the patient s spiritual health. Included are tips on respecting the patient s needs and moods, communicating effectively, following hospital protocol, and praying for and with those who are confined to the hospital. "
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Studio: Morehouse Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.06" Width: 4.12" Height: 0.19" Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2005
Publisher Morehouse Publishing
ISBN 0819222003 ISBN13 9780819222008
Availability 143 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 21, 2017 09:20.
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More About Neville A. Kirkwood
Dr. Neville Kirkwood lived on the edge of two Indian Forest Reserves when he served in cross-cultural mission for almost two decades. Another two decades was spent as a Hospital Chaplain retiring as President of the Australia College of Chaplains and Chairman of the Civil Chaplaincies Advisory Committee of New South Wales, a multi-faith chaplaincy consultative body representing Christian as well as other Faith Communities. In between these ministries he served in a pastoral role in two parish churches. He has published many other books.