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Event : NACC109


Session : NACC1812
FR1.12 Artifying Spiritual Care: New Modalities for the 21st Century
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Saundra Shanti MA
  • Objectives:  Recognize the arts as a transcendent language accessible to everyone, not based upon any religious preference  Experience art-making as a process of self-discovery and spiritual connection  Integrate art-making into the practice of spiritual care as a means of expression and exploration
  • The arts and chaplaincy converge in an imaginative, creative process that transforms the raw materials of art supplies or life experience into something different and meaningful. This intersection of art-making and spiritual care will be explored through an art workshop. The presenter will lead participants through a process to make a "Compassion Flag" and demonstrate how chaplains can utilize the process in their own spiritual care practice. Chaplains will be able to engage patients in art-making as a way to express their feelings, explore their suffering and move toward healing. Participants will receive a bibliography of academic research related to the topic, as well as examples of other successful arts experiences.


Session : NACC1813
FR1.13 Compassion-Centered Spiritual Health: Insights from CBCT®, Emory University
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Maureen Shelton MDiv
  • Objectives:  Describe the rationale, insights, and practical approach of Emory University's CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training), a contemplative program designed specifically to cultivate and sustain compassion in a way that is accessible to people of any-or no-faith tradition  Gain an introductory experience of several of CBCT's distinct reflective exercises, each of which is designed to build skills to support the professional and personal wellbeing of spiritual care responders  Explain how compassion and wellbeing are skills that can be practiced and developed systematically, and understand the rationale for bringing these skills to spiritual care professionals in order to address personal and professional risks of burnout, depression, and anxiety
  • Through the experience of several contemplative exercises, this interactive workshop will introduce participants to CBCT®'s approach to expanding and deepening compassion (as distinct from empathy) while avoiding the deleterious impacts of empathetic distress or fatigue. The participant will gain familiarity with research-based benefits of CBCT (CognitivelyBased Compassion Training) and the growing field of compassion science. Participants will also learn about the collaboration of Spiritual Health at Emory Healthcare and Emory's Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics and their ongoing research into the benefits of formalized compassion training within the field of Chaplaincy.


Session : NACC1814
FR1.14 Conversations about Life and Death: Reflections of a Chaplain and Physician on End of Life Care
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Rev. Dr. Judith Silva MDiv DMin with Co-Presenter Dr. John E. Silva MD
  • Objectives:  Reflect on the partnership between Chaplain and Physician during end of life care of patients and families  Discuss why interdisciplinary partnership is important in caring for end of life patients  Examine a case study which utilized partnerships in end of life care from the aspect of a multidisciplinary team
  • Chaplains and physicians are partners in caring for patients and families at end of life. Each discipline has been trained to offer unique skills and perspectives for assisting persons during the end stages of life. In this workshop participants will be able to listen in on a discussion between a doctor and chaplain on how their involvement with patients and families form a healing partnership for helpful transitions during end of life care. In addition an actual case study which involved a multidisciplinary team approach to caring for an end of life patient will be shared with participants. If you wish to learn more about what this physician and chaplain have found helpful interactions in caring for end of life patients in partnership together, then this workshop is for you.


Session : NACC1815
SA1.01 Spirituality and Organ Donation
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Rev. Hazel R. Thomas MDiv BCC
  • Objectives:  Explore a variety of world religions, philosophies, and cultures and their views of donation; as well as apply the Ethic of Reciprocity when discussing donation with decision makers  Compare and contrast views through personal stories and video portrayals of donation  Discuss the spiritual aspects of choosing donation as part of the patient's medical narrative.
  • The purpose of this workshop is to enhance the knowledge and practice of the Board Certified Chaplain in the field of donor advocacy by addressing the spiritual aspects surrounding donation, as seen from the donor, the recipient, and a diverse world view that can be based on faith, philosophy, and/or culture.


Session : NACC1816
SA1.02 Spiritual Care Groups in a Psychiatric Setting
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Lisa Gonzales-Barnes MASF MDiv BCC
  • Objectives:  Be familiar with a variety of spiritual-care groups for use in a psychiatric setting  Understand how spiritual-care groups function in a psychiatric setting  Utilize resources for developing spiritual-care curricula for group use
  • The Oregon State Hospital’s mission is summarized as “hope, safety, and recovery.” To support this mission, the hospital provides 20 hours of treatment groups weekly and includes spiritual-care groups. This workshop will introduce the use of spiritual-care groups at the Oregon State Hospital and how these groups support the recovery of the patients. We will explore the program plans for a variety of spiritual-care groups and engage in experiential aspects of these groups. We will then discover how to develop a curriculum plan for spiritualcare groups and how to facilitate a group for the clients.


Session : NACC1817
SA1.03 National Consensus Project Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care (new 2018 edition)
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Gwynn Sullivan MSN with co-presenter Margie Atkinson DMin BCC
  • Objectives:  Explain how the National Consensus Project (NCP) Clinical Practice Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care, 4th edition, were developed.  Describe the specific domains of the new edition of the NCP Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care with emphasis on Domain 5 (Spiritual Care).  Identify strategies to apply the NCP Guidelines in community-based palliative care settings.
  • The National Coalition for Hospice and Palliative Care received funding from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to develop and disseminate national practice guidelines that formalize and delineate evidence-based processes and practices for the provision of safe and reliable high-quality palliative care for adults, children, and families with serious illness in all care settings. This session will provide an overview of how the National Consensus Project (NCP) Clinical Practice Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care, 4th edition, were developed, the specific domains of the NCP Guidelines and how to implement the NCP Guidelines with a special emphasis on spiritual care.


Session : NACC1818
SA1.04 Racial Equity in Healthcare
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Rev. M. Alexandra George MDiv BCC with co-presenter Jodi Barry MDiv BCC
  • Objectives:  Racism in the US - how does the current climate affect our work as chaplains?  Unraveling white privilege- Let's unpack white privilege and take an honest look  How can chaplains partner with staff to create an equitable healthcare environment?
  • The USA has been struggling with racism for many decades with varying results. It is still a fact that every culture of color in the US (Native American, African American, Asian, Hispanic etc.) at some point has been subjected to some form of racism. The experience for people of color (good/bad) is often brought inside the walls of our healthcare institutions. This workshop will explore racism on a global and personal level. We will look at the chaplain role as a unique opportunity to advocate for patients and to partner with staff in addressing racial bias in healthcare.


Session : NACC1819
SA1.05 Community Partnerships and Cultural Humility: Keys for Intercultural Spiritual Care
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Rev. Andrea Cano MDiv BCC with co-presenter Hilda Lethe-Drake MA BCC
  • Objectives:  Assess own understanding of intercultural issues, unconscious bias, and impact on spiritual care  Map cultural assets, communities, organizations in patient service areas to build relationships, enhance knowledge, deepen capacity, improve patient and family centered care, set metrics  Determine ways to advance and maintain intercultural perspectives in chaplaincy standards of care
  • This session explores the scope of intercultural perspectives from racial ethnic, gender identity, class, culture, literacy, and geographic distinctions of rural, urban, frontier communities. Invites interactive wisdom sharing with workshop attendees about challenges and effective strategies. Offers chaplain survey results of best practices and issues yet to resolve. Suggests tools and models for personal assessment, cultural mapping, engaging distinct populations, and outcomes for community benefit. Provides a bibliography and webography of recent research and information resources.


Session : NACC1820
SA1.06 Best Practices in the Spiritual Care of Transgender Patients
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Rabbi Jo Hirschmann MAHL BCC with co-presenter Barbara E. Warren, PsyD
  • Objectives:  Describe the legal, regulatory, and ethical requirements/ practices that foster healthcare environments that meet the needs of transgender (TG) and gender nonconforming (GNC) patients  Describe how religious and spiritual (R/S) beliefs, practices, and communities can be both damaging and supportive to TG and GNC patients  Become familiar with chaplaincy interventions that can appropriately meet the religious, spiritual, and emotional needs of TG and GNC patients
  • In 2016, the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City launched the Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery (CTMS), an interdisciplinary service that provides comprehensive transition-related care to TG and GNC patients. Chaplains are a key part of this interdisciplinary team. This workshop presents best practices and lessons learned from this work, including the findings of a small case series that looks at TG patients' needs and subsequent chaplain interventions. We will also present a series of interactive videos that we developed to train chaplains to recognize, assess, and meet the needs of transgender patients in the general hospital population.


Session : NACC1821
SA1.07 Remembering Spirituality: Spiritual Care Interventions for Persons with Dementia
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Rev. Dr. Cindy R Wallace DMin BCC
  • Objectives:  Recognize the aspects of dementia that affect the delivery of spiritual care  Identify the primary spiritual care needs of persons with dementia  Use interventions to reignite spirituality in persons suffering from memory loss.
  • This session will explore spiritual care needs during various stages of dementia and suggest practical approaches for addressing these needs. The participants will experience activities first-hand and learn how to utilize these approaches in spirituality groups or in individual patient care in numerous settings.



     


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