Negotiating belief

Negotiating belief

This ebook is addressing a timely and pressing question; how is belief (used as an umbrella term) negotiated in health and social care? Specifically, this issue seeks to present empirical and theoretical knowledge to highlight the significance of appropriate and adequate integration of belief in the planning and delivery of care services. To do so, the issue draws on work from across policy and practice. The papers included in this ebook contribute to the timely discussion about the role of religion and belief in the public sphere. They unpick this issue predominantly from a practice and policy perspective, while they allude to the fact that poor religious literacy poses the risk of breaching the rights of service users; human rights in health and social care.

Freedom of conscience: a benefit to health care worker and patient alike,Negotiating belief in health and social care,Religion and belief in health and social care: the case for religious literacy ,Religion, spirituality and social work: an international perspective,Religious aspects in psychiatry and psychotherapy ,Religious literacy for responding to violence and abuse involves the capacity to go beyond stereotypes ,The marginalization of religion in end of life care: signs of microaggression?,Transcendence/religion to immanence/ nonreligion in assisted dying

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