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Event : NACC109


Session : NACC1843
SU1.01 Measurable Metrics for Pastoral Care Departments
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Becky Baile Crouse DMin MDiv BCC with co-presenter Katie Chepulis MDiv BCC
  • Objectives:  To describe the process of incorporating the Daily Management System (Lean) into chaplaincy programs within the hospital setting  To share how the Spiritual Services department made the leap from clinical to psychosocial metrics  To describe the impact on the chaplain's ability to communicate effectively and the impact of continuous improvement related to patient and family care
  • What do huddles, Harvey Balls and handoffs have in common? They are all part of the LEAN Daily Management System being implemented in many healthcare institutions. This program originated in the Toyota manufacturing line and now is assisting with performance improvement in the medical field. Children’s Mercy Hospital Spiritual Services Department staff immersed themselves in a two-day workshop to brainstorm about their workload, situational awareness and metrics to improve their delivery of family centered-care. The physicians and Nurse Managers conveyed their excitement about the measures for productivity developed by the chaplains. Come learn about these tools and share ideas for performance improvement and ways to measure productivity in the world of spiritual care!


Session : NACC1844
SU1.02 Using Art with Pediatric Palliative Care Patients/Families to Facilitate Spiritual Exploration
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Kirstin Springmeyer MDiv BCC
  • Objectives:  Identify strengths of using art to facilitate spiritual exploration  Demonstrate 3 art forms through 3 palliative care examples  Apply art as a simple coping strategy
  • This workshop will provide a variety of art forms that are easily used at the patient’s bedside, provide case examples that demonstrate the depth of spiritual/faith meaning making for patients and families, and participate in a simple art activity.


Session : NACC1845
SU1.03 Meaning Making and the Patient Story: Narrative Medicine and Spiritual Assessment
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Anne Windholz PhD MDiv BCC
  • Objectives:  Describe narrative medicine, its assumptions and concepts  Create a patient-centered plotline of a challenging case they have faced, including analysis of character roles, narrator reliability, and spiritually significant symbols or metaphors  Recognize the influence of spiritual interventions on patient plot outcomes as well as the impact of competing storylines
  • Indebted to physician and literary scholar Rita Charon, the field of narrative medicine has achieved national and even international recognition for promoting patient-centered care in 21st-century medical schools. While chaplains have long championed the power of a patient's story to effect change in teller and listener, the practice of narrative medicine has implications for how plot, characterization, and narrative technique might become tools of spiritual assessment and interdisciplinary collaboration. This workshop will present how chaplains can use literary analysis to help patients identify their spiritual and healthcare goals, give meaning to their experience, and recognize aids and obstacles to healing.


Session : NACC1846
SU1.04 Unquenchable Hope: Understanding the Spiritual Underpinnings of End of Life Conflicts for African-American Families in Critical Care
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Lauren Frazier-McGuin MDiv BCC ACPE-CE
  • Objectives:  Enhance their understanding of the theological and spiritual foundations of resistance to end of life conversations in African American culture  Enhance their understanding of the conflicts between African-American culture and Western clinical culture  Develop strategies for facilitating dialogue with African-American families around endof-life issues
  • This lecture will explore the theological basis for the conflicts that often arise between AfricanAmerican families and clinical staff when Withdrawal of Life Support or Comfort Care is recommended. Chaplains are often consulted to provide interventions that will somehow convince the family to accept the staff's recommendations. Many times, they are caught in the middle, witnessing a family's struggle to say goodbye to a loved one and the clinical staff's bitterness over extending care that is viewed as inappropriate and unethical.


Session : NACC1847
SU1.05 Developing a Transgender Patient Care Policy
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Anthony Eggleston MDiv BCC with co-presenter Carol Bayley PhD
  • Objectives:  Understand and articulate the basic tenets of gender nonconformance and transgenderism in a healthcare setting  Understand and articulate the importance of a nondiscrimination policy that specifically addresses the transgender community  Take the first steps to implement a transgender inclusive nondiscrimination policy in their local context
  • Do you think that your local context precludes implementing a policy to protect from discrimination of patients who identify as transgender? Hear about how one Catholic hospital formalized a process for treating patients who identify as transgender with respect and dignity, and was able to develop and implement a policy to do just that. The workshop will begin with a brief explanation of sexual orientation versus gender identity and its role in healthcare.


Session : NACC1848
SU1.06 Aid in Dying and End of Life Options - Chaplaincy Practice in States Where Physician Assisted Dying is Legal
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Allison Kestenbaum MA MPA BCC with co-presenter Joanne Laurence MA Buddhist Chaplaincy
  • Objectives:  Review literature about spiritual needs of people interested in physician assisted dying as well as practices of chaplains in states where this is legal through clinical vignettes  Identify and explore ethical principles, issues and opportunities for spiritual care  Learn a model for assessing and addressing spiritual needs with patients who express interest in this option
  • Physician Assisted Dying is now legal in some form in five states. Chaplains are often consulted by patients and other clinicians about physician assisted dying. In this workshop we will review the literature on this topic, explore case presentations and present tools for assessing spiritual needs for patients interested in this option. The presenters will draw on extensive clinical experience as palliative care and hospice chaplains in California (End of Life Option Act) and Oregon (Aid in Dying). Participants will also have the opportunity to explore ethical implications as well as their own moral and professional perspectives.


Session : NACC1849
SU1.07 Chaplain Facilitated Advance Care Planning in Physician
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Aoife Lee DMin BCC
  • Objectives:  Develop a values-based healthcare decision-making process with patients in the outpatient setting  Manage relationship with physicians and clinic staff to provide support for the patient encounter with a chaplain and develop appropriate selection criteria  Design an electronic medical record charting method to become a revenue provider linked to supporting physicians
  • In 2016 Medicare regulations were revised permitting reimbursement when physicians have conversations with their patients about advance care planning (ACP). Despite this incentive many barriers to having these conversations remain. This workshop will describe a pilot project in which a chaplain partnered with a primary care physician to offer ACP conversations to selected patients in the physician’s practice. All of the patients (n=60) whom the physician referred had a conversation with the chaplain, 78% of them completed advance directives as a result of these conversations. The project has led to adding 0.50 FTE chaplains in order to expand these services.


Session : NACC1850
SU1.08 Storying: The Gift that Keeps on Giving
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Rod Accardi DMin BCC with co-presenter Karen Pugliese MA BCC
  • Objectives:  Preserve and share the stories of people affected by serious illness, including caregivers  Articulate the necessity of organizational alignment (e.g. Patients First, Teamwork, patient engagement, employee engagement, Magnet Relationship Based Care, etc.)  Strategize ways of operationalizing Narrative Theology that honors patient/family/caregiver stories, partners with staff in enhanced listening, preserves the voice of the patient for generations to come
  • At the heart of spiritual care is eliciting, listening to, discerning spiritual significance within, and honoring patient stories. Chaplains do not engage in this ministry in isolation, but rather within a web of connection. StoryCorps Legacy encourages and supports the act of reminiscence for people with serious illness and their families. This workshop will tell the story of how we became aware of StoryCorps Legacy, applied for and secured funding for the program, selected and trained Facilitators, partner with staff to identify patients for recording, and how we continue to spread the word and celebrate the fruits of this partnership.


Session : NACC1851
SU1.09 How Our Multi-faith Covenant Creates Joy in Working Together in a Sacred Place
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Bronwen Jones BMus with co-presenters Father John Sigler BCC and Rabbi Jason Weiner BCC
  • Objectives:  Consider writing a covenant to strengthen their spiritual care team and/or a transdisciplinary team  Learn some new ideas on creative collaboration in taking care of each other, our patients, and hospital staff  Experience the role of humor in the spiritual care department
  • We will bring to life the role of our Spiritual Care Department's covenant, which guides the work of the staff chaplains at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. Central to the covenant is nurturing the physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual well-being of our whole department. This inspired the creation of self-care teams. Rabbi Jason Weiner, Father John Sigler, and Chaplain Bronwen Jones teamed up three years ago. We believe our quality of spiritual care for patients is enhanced by our intentional care for each other. We will share our covenant, our mission statement, and how we work together. We will have stories of how our deep traditions can collaborate.


Session : NACC1852
SU1.10 Spirituality in the Context of Vicarious Trauma
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Beth Muehlhausen PhD MDiv BCC
  • Objectives:  Articulate a beginning understanding of qualitative research, specifically phenomenology methodology  Identify spiritual patterns that aid in coping with vicarious trauma  Discuss implications for spiritual care departments in caring for front line staff who work with trauma patients and their families
  • This workshop will share findings from a qualitative research project that sought to understand the role of spirituality in vicarious trauma. Doctors, nurse practitioners and physicians' assistants who work directly with trauma patients were interviewed in person regarding how their spirituality impacted their work and how their work impacted their spiritual beliefs. The 24 research participants included 19 Christians, 1 Conservative Jew, 1 Hindu, 1 Muslim and 2 Humanists. Physicians represented surgery, orthopedics, emergency, critical care/pulmonology and neurosurgery. Spiritual patterns emerged across religions and specialties including: 1) spirituality as a guiding force 2) strong need for a support system 3) use of coping mechanisms and 4) vicarious growth.



     


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