Chaplaincy Training Course 2014

Hindu Healthcare Chaplaincy 2014

|| Arogyame Maha Bhagyam ||
“The absence of suffering is the highest blessing”

 Annual Hindu Sahayak (Chaplain) Training Course

 18th- 20th April 2014

Holiday Inn, Birmingham

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For Further information please Contact:
Pt. Madhu V. Shastri
Project-Co-ordinator, Hindu Healthcare Chaplaincy (NCHTUK)
Mobile: 07763178628
E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

All NHS Hospitals are obliged to provide spiritual and cultural care
including prayer rooms and meals that suit the patient’s beliefs.
This year 2014, the NCHTUK's  "Hindu HealthCare Chaplaincy" project will continue to

identify, train and coordinate the work of Hindu Healthcare Chaplains.

Hindu Chaplains help provide religious, spiritual and emotional support for Hindu patients.
whilst they are hospitalised and at their most vulnerable.

The NCHT UK trains our Priests to a level such that they can

provide these services on a voluntary basis from within

the Hindu community.
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The Hindu HealthCare Chaplain can offer care & support to the patient,
his/her family and also to Hindu staff looking after the patient.
To help us in securing these services for Hindu Patients, please
always ask the hospital staff to record your religion (faith) as
Hindu.
This can be done at the same time when you give your contact
details for hospital records.
If you know of anyone who needs the service, please ask hospital staff for
the Hindu Healthcare Chaplain Service.
Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah
Sarve Santu Niramayaah
Sarve Bhadrani Pasyantu
Maa Kaschid-Dukha-Bhag-Bhavet ||
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Wea re always actively seeking to develop more Hindu HealthCare Chaplains

so if you are aware of anyone who fits the bill, or you would like more information

in the first instance please Contact:
Pt. Madhu V. Shastri
Project-Co-ordinator, Hindu Healthcare Chaplaincy (NCHTUK)
Mobile: 07763178628
E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Om Shantih Shantih Shantih
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