Religious Care by Hospital Chaplains for Non-Religious Patients Who Died in Hospital and Their Families
宗教系病院における死亡した非信者患者及びその家族への宗教者によるケア

Kayoko Yamamoto, Kenta Kasai, Koyu Uchimoto
Bulletin of Tenri Health Care University  
In Japan, spiritual care practices and discussions are carried out primarily in the field of endof-life care, and wherein spiritual care has normally been separated from religious care. Then is religious care by religious people for non-religious people unnecessary ? In this article, we focused on what kind of care is provided by hospitals with religious origins to non-religious patients when they died.
doi:10.24667/thcu.9.1_13 fatcat:csg3ilzlnvbdbgx5u4k2fvr3xy