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Event : NACC109


Session : NACC1822
SA1.08 A Chaplain's Care as a Member of an Interdisciplinary Treatment Team Caring for Mothers (and their Babies) with Postpartum Depression and Anxiety
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Rev. Dorothy S. Symonds MDiv CT BCC
  • Objectives:  Using relationship based patient care approach focusing on identifying strengths and resources for building resilience and hope for mothers, mother-baby-dyads and family systems.  Increase understanding of integrative approach to providing spiritual care focused on the intra-psychic function of the patient’s spiritual/religious understandings.  Increased understanding of methods for providing spirituality groups for the unique therapeutic setting of the mother/baby milieu.
  • Increased understanding of the therapeutic role of spiritual care and spirituality groups in behavioral health outpatient setting. Increase understanding of integrative approach to providing spiritual care focused on the intra-psychic function of the patient’s spiritual/religious understandings. Increased understanding of methods for providing spirituality groups for the unique therapeutic setting of the mother/baby milieu.


Session : NACC1823
SA1.09 Spiritual Care in the Ambulatory Setting: Multidisciplinary Collaboration as the Key to Success
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Kathy Bohley MDiv BCC with co-presenters Seth Ericson Curtis MDiv and Laura Lyanna Lee MDiv
  • Objectives:  Describe the chaplain’s unique role in the outpatient setting.  Establish and nurture collaborative relationships within the interdisciplinary outpatient care team.  Identify and navigate barriers to effective collaboration with the team
  • Patients increasingly receive life-changing news in outpatient clinics rather than in the hospital, causing spiritual and emotional distress for the patient, family, and even the care team. Therefore, the need for pastoral care support and intervention in the outpatient setting has increased as well. Providing quality pastoral care in the clinic requires that the chaplain become an integral part of the interdisciplinary team. This workshop will address the challenges and opportunities that arise in this unique environment.


Session : NACC1824
SA1.10 Integrating Spirituality in Interdisciplinary Team Practice: Lessons from Palliative Care
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Denise Hess MDiv BCC-HPCC with co-presenter Woody English MD
  • Objectives:  Describe a model for interdisciplinary team collaboration that encourages team selfreflection and spiritual development  Practice utilizing goals of care conversation tools designed to highlight the spiritual dimension of patient and family suffering  Introduce data-informed clinical practices to the interdisciplinary team to promote a culture of whole person care
  • Recognizing that chaplains and the spiritual dimension of health care are often underrepresented in both the inpatient and outpatient health care settings, this 90-minute, interactive session will introduce a model for interdisciplinary team facilitated goals of care conversations that attends not only to the spiritual needs of patients and their loved ones, but also includes practices to encourage team member self-reflection and wellbeing. Using didactic presentation and role play, participants will leave the session equipped with a clinical practice toolkit developed from a three-year pilot project with interdisciplinary palliative care teams across the US.


Session : NACC1825
SA1.11 Leading Spiritual Exploration Groups
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Ann Tyndall MDiv BCC
  • Objectives:  The participants will receive a format for leading spirituality groups in inpatient behavioral health and addiction recovery settings  Participants will receive strategies for working with religiously and spiritually diverse participants  Participants will be able to experience the process for themselves.
  • This workshop will present a format for leading spirituality groups in Inpatient Behavioral Health and Inpatient Addiction Treatment settings. Following a brief presentation on the purpose, format and potential outcomes of Spiritual Explorations groups, we will experience the group process together. There will be time to explore the questions you raise.


Session : NACC1826
SA1.12 Bereavement Follow-Up Care and Quality Improvement Research: Chaplains Can Do Both
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Chuck Christie MDiv BCC with co-presenter Anita Renahan-White MDiv MPH
  • Objectives:  Describe steps in designing and implementing a Quality Improvement Initiative.  Imagine the implementation and practical application of a Chaplain Led Bereavement Follow-Up Project with a Quality Research Component  Begin planning their own care/quality initiative
  • Based on a Chaplain-led bereavement program for the next of kin (NOK) of patients who have died on the Palliative Care Service. The program has a two-pronged purpose: First, to provide chaplain-led bereavement care to families of the Palliative Care Service. Second, to retain, gather and sort data gleaned from bereavement care to identify quality improvement opportunities in EOL care by the Palliative Care Team and the Medical Center. The Workshop will discuss the steps in designing, implementing, and evaluating a care initiative with a quality research component. Participants will have the opportunity to imagine their own care/quality initiatives.


Session : NACC1827
SA1.13 The Role of Shadowing in Chaplain Education: Report of a Study Among Palliative Care Chaplains
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Karen Pugliese MA BCC with co-presenters George Fitchett PhD DMin BCC and Casey Ritchie Clevenger PhD
  • Objectives:  Examine the results of a qualitative research study on the impact of shadowing as an effective learning methodology for advancing chaplains' professional practice in Palliative Medicine  Discuss the benefits and challenges of chaplain observation for fellows, mentors and their respective Palliative Care Teams  Explore future research opportunities using qualitative analysis and evaluation of shadowing in chaplain education, training and supervision
  • The workshop will report findings of a study of shadowing among professional chaplains who participated in a 2-year palliative medicine education program. During the program chaplain fellows spent 40 hours shadowing (observing) several chaplain mentors. Key findings from interviews with the 7 fellows and 5 mentors will be presented. Additional themes will be highlighted by a panel of several fellows and mentors who participated in the project. Workshop participants will have an opportunity to discuss the implications of the study findings for chaplain education (basic education, specialty education e.g., palliative care, and continuing education).


Session : NACC1828
SA1.14 Transforming Chaplaincy Roundtable: A Review of the Emerging Research in the Field
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Geila Rajaee MDiv BCC with co-presenters Allison Delaney MDiv BCC and John Betz MDiv BCC
  • Objectives:  Expose participants to emerging research in the chaplaincy field  Provide a bridge between research and clinical practice
  • This workshop will provide an opportunity for the Transforming Chaplaincy Fellows (Cohort 1) to share their experiences and knowledge in the emerging field of research and clinical practice as it relates to chaplaincy.


Session : NACC1829
SA1.15 The 30-Minute Shift: Interdisciplinary Narrative Practice Groups
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Paul Galchutt MDiv BCC with co-presenter Michael Finch
  • Objectives:  Experience a narrative practice group session  Glean hard won ‘how-to’ knowledge about how to put your group together with details about group administration, formation, participant orientation, prompts selected, and programmatic pearls  Easily understand how this means of staff support confidently fits in chaplaincy scope of practice
  • The need for healthcare staff to experience joy and meaning at work is important for continual health. An interdisciplinary narrative practice group is one significant tool or means to help sustain a healthcare worker. It provides a confidential environment and invitation for each participant to develop his/her individual writing voice and creative capacity for reflection. It also fosters a space for collective meaning making, and increases our respective understanding of one another, our vocations and partnerships in caring for patients and families. Participants have offered, “It’s contributed more to my self-care than I ever thought.” And, “I wouldn’t miss this.”


Session : NACC1830
Lifting the Lid on Chaplaincy: A First Look at Findings from Chaplains
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Healthcare colleagues have described our work as chaplains as something of a mystery. Colleagues see us go to be with a patient, and they see the difference we make, but what we do with them and what happens while we’re there is largely unknown. This review of the current state of chaplains’ case study research will be a first chance to lift the lid on chaplain colleagues’ accounts of their spiritual care, and to learn directly from them about the difference they make. We may find a few surprises!
  • Steve Nolan, PhD, is an accredited integrative counselor and psychotherapist with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, an accredited minister with the Baptist Union of Great Britain and a Board Registered Chaplain through the United Kingdom Board of Healthcare Chaplains. He currently holds a Visiting Research Fellowship at The University of Winchester, UK, and has taught in the Cardiff Centre for Chaplaincy Studies, St Michael’s College in Wales. He serves as a chaplain at Princess Alice Hospice in Esher, Surrey, England. He is a prolific writer and researcher and has published in numerous peer-reviewed academic journals. His most recent book, Spiritual Care in Practice: Case Studies in Healthcare Chaplaincy, was co-edited with George Fitchett, PhD. Volume Two of this work is due out in 2018.


Session : NACC1831
SA2.01 Troops 101: Helping Our Troops Come Home
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Dr. Gordon D. Ritchie DMin BCC
  • Objectives:  Understand unique challenges our veterans and their loved ones’ face in their daily lives  Learn ways that our society, places of worship, employers, friends, and families can help veterans reintegrate into our communities  Discover the different approaches and resources available to support PTSD and moral injuries recovery
  • With less than 1% of our population having served in the military, there is a lack of understanding regarding what our warriors face in their personal and professional lives. We will explore some of the differences between civilian and military communities. We will discover ways of supporting our troops and loved ones before, during, and after deployments as well as help them recover from the wounds of war.



     


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