Spiritual Care Week 2020: Collaborative Health Care: Chaplains Complete the Picture

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Spiritual Care Week 2020: Collaborative Health Care: Chaplains Complete the Picture

October 29, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

A symposium for caregivers, including faith and community leaders, clergy, health professionals, counselors, parish nurses and others.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Rev. Dr. Francine L. Hernandez, Diplomate Supervisor and Consultant  

Sometimes a picture is more informative and revealing than either words or actions, referencing the thought, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Collaborative Healthcare: Chaplains Complete the Picture encourages professionals and constituents across the health care continuum to view the work of chaplains as part of an image that conveys inclusive health care practices among spiritual care practitioners – viewing chaplains through a lens whereby they collaborate to provide holistic interdisciplinary care that otherwise would not be complete if the chaplain were not included.

When chaplains are serving as part of an interdisciplinary team, they are visible and regarded as an integral part of patient care. It is during these experiences, scope of practices and interactions that the chaplain becomes one of the central subjects of focus of this picture and image. They are within the lens, within focus and demonstrate relevance as they give meaning to their trade as a chaplain.

No cost. Registration is required to receive the meeting code and handouts.

The conference will be limited to 100 participants. The registration deadline: Monday, Oct. 26,2020

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October 29, 2020
9:00 am - 12:00 pm




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