Since the publication of the Woolf Institute's Diversity in End of Life Care: A Handbook on Caring for Jewish, Christian and Muslim Patients, the landscape of end of life care has changed dramatically with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. To capture the effect this momentous event has had on religious practices surrounding end of life care, the Woolf Institute conducted a series of interviews with healthcare professionals and chaplains involved in end of life care. Their experiences and reflections provide crucial narratives for standalone training session(s) for practitioners on how to deal with the reality of end of life care in the post-COVID world.
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- Diversity in End of Life Care: A Handbook on Caring for Jewish, Christian and Muslim Patients
Written with the support of medical and religious experts, the Handbook will be used as a tool during training sessions and also for continued learning and development on the wards and in public health spaces where it will serve as an active resource for those who seek to understand how to respond to increasingly diverse communities requiring care and support.
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- Online Resources - Publications
November 2019. Diversity in End of Life Care: A Handbook on Caring for Jewish, Christian and Muslim Patients
October 2016. Advance Care Planning and Muslim Communities
November 2015. Bridging the Gap: Strengthening Relations between Hospices and Muslims of Britain
- Online Resources - Podcasts
Podcast: What Makes a Good Death? [part of the Naked Reflections series]
Podcast: In Sickness and In Health [part of the Naked Reflections series]
Blog: 'Journey into the spiritual dimensions of End of Life Care'
- Online Resources - Recorded Events
Extending Life at Any Cost? (Feb 2018, Joint conference Faraday Institute for Science and Religion and Woolf Institute):
Pastoral Reflections on Death and Dying, Revd Dr Derek Fraser
A Good Death in a Changing Religious Landscape, Naved Siddiqi
When is Enough Enough? Dying well in an Age of Technological Possibilities, Prof. John Wyatt
The Ethics of Withholding Treatment and Virtue Theory, Prof. David Jones
Festival of Ideas (Nov 2015)
The Power of a Good Death (panel event: in the chair Sughra Ahmed; panellists: Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg, Imam Yunus Dudhwala and Dr Philip Lodge)