What does it take to be a chaplain?

September 2009
Hospice Management Advisor;Sep2009, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p105
The article offers information on the things needed to be a trained chaplain. According to "Hospice Management Advisor" sources, board-certification is ideal for chaplains, for standards and training requirements and not just due to educational requirements. Another requirement is ecclesiastical sanction by whatever body of religion the chaplain abides.


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