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Integrating Spirituality and Health Care

Integrating Spirituality and Healthcare will explore the issue of spirituality and its changing nature as it applies to healthcare and to the patient, family, staff, and to the chaplain or other spiritual caregiver.

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Integrating Spirituality and Healthcare will explore the issue of spirituality and its changing nature as it applies to healthcare and to the patient, family, staff, and to the chaplain or other spiritual caregiver.

Learning Objectives for this seminar

Following this seminar, participants should be able to:

1. Recognize spirituality as an important dimension of health and healing.
2. Facilitate inter-disciplinary dialogue regarding integrative care that is comprehensive, collaborative, and person-centered.
3. Practice collaborative, comprehensive, compassionate, and person-centered care.
4. Use the FICA method for taking a spiritual history and advocate for the advantages of becoming familiar with a patient’s spirituality as part of a comprehensive evaluation.

Presentation:

1. Middleton – Integrative Health: An Emerging Approach to the Art of Healing
2. Puchalski – The Role of Spirituality in Health Care
3. Rotella – Deep Doctoring: Spiritual Inquiry in the Doctor-Patient Relationship

OATES SEMINAR REGISTRATION and INFORMATION

You may participate in this seminar from wherever you are. All you need is your tablet or computer and access to the Internet. You may also participate according to your schedule. By spreading the discussion out over several weeks using a discussion forum, you may read others posts and submit your own to the conversation at times that are convenient to you.

This seminar will use the Oates Institute’s Connected Learning approach, which invites participants to reflect on their experience in light of the assigned readings and share the insights of that reflection with the group. This allows us to more fully engage with what the author and seminar facilitator share and we discover new insights about ourselves in light of our experience. Often we discover that we know more than we thought we did. Sharing our insights helps us go deeper and to also learn from one another’s experience. One of the exciting aspects of online seminars is that the participants are from so many other places providing us with the opportunities for learn from other regions and cultures.

Continuing Education Requirements:

As a participant in this online seminar you may earn 12 contact hours of continuing education credit by reading the resource and other presentations and participating in the discussion. Those seeking continuing education credits must contribute at least two posts per week to the discussion — one reflecting on the presentations or case studies in light of personal experience and context and a second responding to someone else’s reflection or inquiry. The evaluation form submitted at the end of the seminar serves as the CEU application. Following your submission of this form you will receive your CEU certificate.

Registration

As with all Oates Seminars, registration for this seminar is simple. Members may register for free by simply clicking the orange “Take This Course” button at the top of this page. Non-Members can click the button as well, but will be taken to our membership page to join. We have annual plans, as well as a $95 non-member seminar registration choice for those wishing to pay for the single course access. If you have any difficulties at all, please email us at registration@oates.org.

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