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Franklin Lizausaba

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Thought for Today ----    An Imperative for the Chaplaincy Profession
Concerns raised by thought leaders for decades about gaps in the field of spiritual care are taking on increased urgency. Without evidence-based tools as a framework for care ----    specifically, measurable quality indicators and set of competencies, the field is hard pressed to validate the contribution spiritual care makes to quality health care. Without consistent training and certification based on demonstration of clinical competencies, it is difficult to identify chaplains who can provide the most effective care.
New Fall/Winter Catalogue of Spiritual Care Educational Offerings
In line with the above thought, HealthCare Chaplaincy Network (HCCN) and the Spiritual Care Association (SCA), HCCN's affiliate multidisciplinary professional membership organization, offer high quality educational offerings to enhance professional practice and to advance the field of spiritual care. You may be aware of some of these resources but perhaps not the full array:



The Young Professionals Council Invites you to join us at our first
#CHEERSTOTHECAUSE Summer Meet and Greet.
Hosted by HealthCare Chaplaincy Network.


June 12 // 6-8pm


STK Meatpacking
26 little west 12th Street, NY

Small Bites & Open Bar

Rsvp by June 2, 2014 to Lisha Bodden, Manager, Young Professionals Council: lbodden@healthcarechaplaincy.org or 212.644.1111 ext. 132

The Young Professionals Council 

Who we are: A dynamic group of young professionals socially committed to raising awareness among their peers about the importance of compassionate spiritual care in hospitals, online and elsewhere for all – whoever they are, whatever they believe.