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Event : NACC109


Session : NACC1853
SU1.11 Integrating Research Literacy into Spiritual Care Education and Practice
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Christina Shu MDiv BCC with co-presenter Rev. Pamela Lazor
  • Objectives:  Discuss the successful integration of a research literacy educational component into a CPE program and Spiritual Care Department  Equip staff chaplains who are interested in research/research literacy to teach and work with CPE students/programs and other chaplains to enhance their research literacy skills  Evaluate the challenges and benefits of building capacity for and implementing a research literacy educational program
  • Research literacy is a requirement for board certification and an essential skill for professional chaplains. This workshop focuses on the integration of research literacy into a CPE program and Spiritual Care Department. In 2016, Cedars-Sinai received the Transforming Chaplaincy grant for implementing a research literacy curriculum and developed this curriculum to fit the needs of CPE students, alumni, and staff chaplains. Chaplains who completed the curriculum reported a deeper understanding of research, and greater likelihood to pursue and integrate research into their professional practice. Using research is now incorporated into the routine functioning of our CPE program and Department.


Session : NACC1854
SU1.12 Grieving at the Gate
Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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  • Presenter: Dr. Malachia Brantley Jr. DMin
  • Objectives:  To acknowledge loss for both inmate & community  To seek ways to process grief in a penal society  To provide tools (skills) in healing for those scared of grief
  • This workshop will redefine the definition of grief. Many persons associate grief with death only. Nevertheless, when a person is incarcerated, their life as they knew it ceases. It is like death. The remains of the dead are removed. With incarceration, the person is physically removed. This absence, as with a death, brings a sense of grief, which in the case of incarceration is with both the convict and community. The convict and community have to learn new ways of coping with their grief. When this grieving process is complete there will be improvement in both psychological and spiritual balance.


Session : NACC1801A
The He(art) and Science of Collaboration
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Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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Session : NACC1802A
Chaplains in the 21st Century: Implication for Leadership in the Face of Difference
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Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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Session : NACC1803A
Lifting the Lid on Chaplaincy: A First Look at Findings from Chaplains' Case Study Research
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Conference : Joint Annual Meeting - Partners in Shaping the Future
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