What does participation in the case studies project mean for one's professionalism?Muthert, H. & Weeda, J., Apr-2020, Learning from casestudies in chaplaincy: Towards practices based evidence & professionalism. Kruizinga, R., Körver, J., den Toom, N., Walton, M. N. & Stoutjesdijk, M. (eds.). Utrecht : Eburon, p. 167-173 7 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › Academic › peer-review
The authors explore several common ingredients and critical issues that were identified by a case study research community in mental health care. Common ingredients include abstinence from judgment, bridging periodes of waiting, using rituals and developing imaginative forms. Critical challenges pertain to the nature of proximity and of goal orientation, determining the body of knowledge for chaplaincy and accessing narratives for research.
|Title of host publication||Learning from casestudies in chaplaincy|
|Subtitle of host publication||Towards practices based evidence & professionalism|
|Editors||Renske Kruizinga, Jacques Körver, Niels den Toom, Martin N. Walton, Martijn Stoutjesdijk|
|Place of Publication||Utrecht|
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - Apr-2020|
- Body of knowledge in chaplaincy; mental health care' professionalism