Spiritual Health Care Toolkit
Developed by Manitoba's Provincial Spiritual Health Advisory Committee.
Caring for the Human Spirit 2018 PPT Presentations
Advanced Cancer Patients: Understanding their Spiritual Strengths and Distress through Lived experience
Saneta Maiko, PhD., BCC.,; Ann Cottingham, MAR, MA.; Alexia M. Torke, MD. MS.
Ambiguous Loss - A Spiritual Assessment Tool 1.0 by Linda S. Golding MA, BCC NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Balancing Hope in Miracles with Biomedical Decision-Making at the End of Life
Kelly Arora, PhD Co-Director, Interprofessional Graduate Certificate & Master of Science in Palliative Care, Allied Health Professionals
Board Certification Preparatory Course: What Do I Have To Do To Get Certified? Rev. George Handzo, BCC, CSSBB Director, Health Services Research & Quality; Rev. Susan K. Wintz Director, Professional & Community Education HealthCare Chaplaincy Network New York, NY
Building a Successful Chaplaincy Department: Growing a Spiritual Care in Times of Scarcity:
Rev. George Handzo, BCC, CSSBB Director, Health Services Research & Quality; Rev, Susan Wintz, BCC Director, Professional & Community Education HealthCare Chaplaincy Network New York, NY
Caring Choices: Advance Care Planning For Family Residents And Across a Health System
Mike Johnston, MA, MDiv, DMin & Valerie Johnston, PhD, FACHE
Chaplain Led Family Meetings Anson Pham, M.D.; Rev. Charles Blankenship, M.Div.
Creating Connection Linda S Golding, MA, BCC; Patricia Punzalan, MA, RN, NE-BC New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York
Developing a Taxonomy for Pediatric Chaplaincy The Advocate Health Care Model
Rev Paul Nash, Chaplaincy & Spiritual Care Lead Birmingham Women’s & Children’s hospital NHSFT, England Director, Centre For Paediatric Spiritual Care
Developing an Objective Religious and Spiritual Assessment Tool
Ahmend Aboabat, Ph.D., Rehabilitation Consultant, King Fahad Medical City Spiritual Care Generalist-N/SW
Faith Community Nurses and Chaplains: Partners in Providing Spiritual Care Sharon T. Hinton D. Min, MSN, BSN, RN-BC
Finding True Measures for Chaplaincy Outcomes. by Rev. Kevin Massey, BCC Advocate Health Care
From What’s Wrong With You? To What’s Happening to You? Re-Framing Spiritual Care Through a Trauma-Informed Lens David Hottinger, M.Div Manager, Spiritual Care Department Hennepin Healthcare System Minneapolis, MN
Gaining Hope, Finding Purpose: The Power of a Chaplain in Improving Quality of Life for Patients and Families
Torrie Fields, MPH Senior Program Manager, Advanced Illness & Palliative Care
Integrity Formation™ - An Integrative Protocol Addressing Moral Distress for Interdisciplinary Professionals
Nancy Markham Bugbee, PsyD-c, MA, MBA, BCC & Kate Hoffmann, MRE, MSW, LCSW
Labyrinth Walks: Meeting Spiritual Needs in a Changing Culture by Libby Conley, MDiv & Noelle Andrew, MDiv, BCC
Ministering to the Orthodox/Hassidic Jewish Population in the Hospital Setting
Rabbi Ralph Kreger, BCC New York-Presbyterian Columbia Univ. MC
Our Veterans: Spiritual Issues at the End of life Penny V. Phillips, MA, MDiv, BCC, Palo Alto VA Hospice & Palliative Care Center
Promoting Staff Well-Being and Success A Spiritual Care / Work Life Balance Team Initiative
Rev. Bill Cooper, M.Div., Spiritual Care Services; Jill DeVries, RN-BC, Chair, Work Life Balance Council; Sanford USD Medical Center, Sioux Falls, SD
Science Fiction as Spiritual Reflection by Jonna Rachele Garvin
Spiritual Care in the Face of Medical Assistance in Dying – Are the Two Mutually Exclusive?
Roshene Lawson, Clinical Chaplain, St. Vincent Hospital, Ottawa, Ontario CANADA
Technology on the Religious and Spiritual Counselling (Tahoor Application)
Anas AlShedokhi - Chairperson, Religious & Spiritual Counseling Department
The Complementary Catalytic Healing Role of the Chaplain by Doug Longstaffe
ON-LINE EDUCATIONAL SERIES
This 5-part educational series is designed to train health professionals to integrate spirituality into patient care as part of the practice of "whole person" medicine. Health professionals, regardless of specialty, are encouraged to watch all five videos (even though the first three videos are designed for physicians). The first video is an overview and summary of the series. The second video focuses on past research linking religion/spirituality to mental, social, behavioral, and physical health, which forms the rationale for this approach. The third video examines in detail "how to" integrate spirituality into patient care in a way that minimizes physician time and utilizes a team approach. The fourth video is designed for nurses and practice managers and focuses on the spiritual care coordinator, who orchestrates the addressing of patients' spiritual needs. The fifth video is designed for the entire spiritual care team and describes how team members work together to accomplish the common goal of practicing whole person care, with a focus on the role of the chaplain and the social worker.
Other Resources, articles and power point presentations
Beyond quality of life: the meaning of death and suffering in palliative care. - PubMed - NCBI
Total pain includes existential pain research paper. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20590348
Breaking News from Religion, Spirituality & Health Research
Harold G. Koenig, MD - 2016 These slides have links to some religious-integrated psychotherapies, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim and Hindu
CE: Moral Distress A Catalyst in Building Moral Resilience
Rushton, Cynda Hylton PhD, RN, FAAN; Caldwell, Meredith BA; Kurtz, Melissa MSN, RN
Featured Article from the American Journal of Nursing: https://journals.lww.com/ajnonline/Fulltext/2016/07000/CE___Moral_Distress_A_Catalyst_in_Building_Moral.25.aspx
Community Resiliency Model
A Public Health Model for Promoting Health and Healing: http://grscan.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Mary-Lynn-ACE-Conference-Community-Resilience-PDF.pdf
Developing Agreed and Accepted Understandings of Spirituality and Spiritual Care Concepts among Members of an Innovative Spirituality Interest Group in the Republic of Ireland
Herth Hope Index − A psychometric study among cognitively intact nursing home patients.
Herth Hope Scale Templae: http://www.allcare.org/CancerPain-and-SymptomManagement/wellbe/wbm4/Herth%20Hope%20Index.pdf
Inner Chaplaincy by Judy Long, A Reflection on “Being with Dying”
A Reflection on the book Being with Dying: Cultivating Compassion and Fearlessness in the Presence of Death by Roshi Joan Halifax
Standardized Methods of Education within Clinical Training for Chaplaincy
This article originally appeared in the January 16, 2018 issue of PlainViews®, the online journal published by HealthCare Chaplaincy Network and is published here with permission.
End of life choices Workshop held on January 8, 2018
The Interfaith Healthcare Association of Manitoba in partnership with the Catholic Health Corporation of Manitoba, the St. Boniface Hospital Spiritual Care Department's Clinical Pastoral Education, and the Compassion Project organized the End of life choices workshop that was attended by 63 participants. Thank you to Mary Holmen, Mary Shariff, Glen Horst and Mike Goldberg for your presentations.
To obtain copies of the PPT presentations, click on the following links:
For those who were interested in Mary Shariff's presentation and would like to read further on the following subjects, please click on the links below that she has provided as resources:
- AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FRAMEWORK ON PALLIATIVE CARE IN CANADA
- THE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE IN DYING (PROTECTION FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND OTHERS) ACT https://web2.gov.mb.ca/bills/41-2/b034e.php
- CMA , MEDICAL ASSISTANCE IN DYING (POLICY, 2017)
Excerpt: “The legalization of medical assistance in dying (MAiD) raises a host of complex ethical and practical challenges that have implications for both policy and practice. The CMA supports maintaining the balance between three equally legitimate considerations: respecting decisional autonomy for those eligible Canadians who are seeking access, protecting vulnerable persons through careful attention to safeguards, and creating an environment in which practitioners are able to adhere to their moral commitments.”