General process would be the same. Same instructions, same steps, and same additives.
It is a different protein, so you will probably develop slight differences over time to perfect your process.
One of the big and key differences is the lower fat content seen in poultry products, and that can require a few small changes in your process. That lower fat is going to make it harder to make a moist and juicy final product. I would recommend to use as much fat as you can in a poultry meat snack. If you use thigh meat and end up with an approximately 10% fat ratio that could be moister than a 1-2% fat chicken breast. With low fat, I find that making sure you have really good protein extraction (very sticky meat) will help hold everything together and keep it from being crumbly after cooking. I also find that using a bit more water, and a bit more binder than normal is helpful. Lastly, anytime I’m making a poultry sausage or meat snack, I always keep meat extremely cold because otherwise the low density of the chicken meat and extra water makes the product almost “soupy” and really hard to work with and stuff into a casing without having it flatten out.
This is at least my basic/initial suggestions for making chicken meat snacks.
If you want specifics on a certain area, or have any other questions, let me know!