LOCATION: Rinker Community Center, Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, NY
A program for nurses and other health professionals who are interested in learning about spiritual care in health care settings. Additionally participants will be provided with tools to provide education on spiritual care in their organizations.
Joining the Song of Faith Community Nursing Practice
Westberg Symposium 2015
DATE: April 9-12, 2015
LOCATION: The Peabody Memphis Hotel, Memphis, TN
The 2015 Westberg Symposium is focused on the specialty practice of Faith Community Nursing. The purpose is to deepen the fundamental knowledge of healing ministry and explore the newer aspects of this specialty practice and resources to offer evidence-based care. The advances in Faith Community Nursing will also be addressed through expert panels of nursing theorists and application of research. This Westberg Symposium is expanding its learning styles as the symphony of health and wholeness continues.
Good Grief … Living with Dying: Providing & Accepting Spiritual Care
6th Annual Breakfast Seminar
Date: Saturday, April 11, 2015
Location: Hosanna! Church, 9600 163rd St. W., Lakeville, MN 55044
Registration: 7:45 a.m. (Seminar 8:00am to noon)
Description: People in healthcare daily face issues of life and death, affecting them personally and professionally. The purpose of this seminar is to assist participants to discover spiritual resources for living with dying.
Speakers: Sue Steen, RN, BSN, MS, Nursing professor, Bethel University. Sue has published on spiritual care, done research in perinatal bereavement, and works with families who have suffered the loss of a baby.
Delores (Dee) Huanca, RN, BS, MS, FCN. Delores is a Parish Nurse, a faculty for Faith Community Nursing preparation courses, a mental health nursing educator, a home care nurse, and she has personal experience with stage-4 cancer.
Pat Moe - Care Ministries Pastor, Hosanna! Church. In her role, Pastor Pat has worked alongside families going through life crises of health and death experiences for 19 years, including leading “Grief Share” groups. She also has personal experience as a cancer survivor.
Continuing education: 3.6 contact hours for MN nursing CE credit.
Cost: $30 Healthcare Professionals, $20 Students (Includes complete breakfast and 3.6 contact hours for MN CE credit)
Sponsored by: Called to Care Nurses – Hosanna! Church in partnership with Nurses Christian Fellowship/USA
LOCATION: Trinity International University, Deerfield, IL USA
Cutting-edge innovations in medicine, science, and technological inquiry offer to improve health and quality of life, transforming lives in genuinely beneficial ways. Yet, these powerful advances also raise critical challenges in their implications for our individual and common humanity.
Join us as we examine the ethical dimensions of rapidly evolving arenas of medical and scientific research that continue to stretch the limits of contemporary bioethics. Explore fundamental questions of how science and science policy can function in the service of human flourishing for a medically and technologically sophisticated age.