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 y2WJC Five-Part Series: Spiritual Care and Patient Research: What Does the Research Tell Us?
APC Webinar Journal Club II
Presented by George Fitchett PhD BCC
and Sr. Patricia Murphy PhD BCC

5 CE hours plus reading/study hours - Methodology 8, Research

$275/member; $455/nonmember
Item Number: WebR2WJC
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Price: $455.00
Each session will highlight a significant study of patient satisfaction with spiritual care, with emphasis on the content of the research article that is relevant to chaplains' practice.

The aims of this webinar series are:

1. To make chaplains aware of current best practices in measuring patient/family satisfaction with spiritual care

2. To make chaplains aware of important research about patients' spiritual needs and expectations about chaplains and their implications for patients' satisfaction with chaplains' spiritual care

3. To make chaplains aware of the evidence that meeting patient/family spiritual needs contributes to their satisfaction with care overall and not meeting them contributes to dissatisfaction

4. To help chaplains develop and maintain research literacy, including the ability to critically read research and where appropriate apply the findings in their professional practice.


Instructors

George Fitchett PhD BCC is an associate professor and the director of research in the Department of Religion, Health, and Human Values, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL. He has been a board certified chaplain (Association of Professional Chaplains) and pastoral supervisor (Association for Clinical Pastoral Education) for over 25 years. His book, Assessing Spiritual Needs (Academic Renewal Press, 2002), is a widely used text in clinical and academic training programs. Since 1990, Fitchett has been involved in research examining the relationship between religion and health in a variety of community and clinical populations. His research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, and published in pastoral, medical, and psychological journals. In 2006, he received the Anton Boisen Professional Service Award from APC

Sr. Patricia Murphy PhD BCC has a doctorate degree in pastoral counseling from Loyola University in Baltimore, MD, and a master's in Christian spirituality from St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO. She is an associate professor, and has taught research and statistics, as well as counseling, for many years at Rush University Medical Center, College of Health Sciences, Chicago, IL. She also is the chaplain for the inpatient psychiatry units at Rush. Murphy's research has examined the role of religious beliefs in adults diagnosed with depression. To learn more about her own work and her work with George Fitchett, go to Research in Religion, Health & Human Values on the Rush Web site.

When you purchase this webinar recording, you will receive a PDF file with links to watch the recording and access supplemental materials directly from our web page. You'll be able to hear and see the complete presentation, including Q&A with the audience.