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 Reimagining Chaplaincy Education as Interprofessional Learning: A Case Study with Research Data Recording
Presented by Rev. Frank Woggon MDiv BCC
90 Minutes (1.5 CE hours - Methodology 8, Research) $55/member; $95/nonmember
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This webinar will introduce participants, in a case study format, to a National Institutes of Health funded educational research project at the University of Louisville, where chaplain residents train together with medical students, nursing students and social work students through a multi-modality palliative care curriculum. The "case presentation" will consider historical perspectives as well as contemporary requirements for interprofessional chaplaincy education. Preliminary data from the NIH-funded project will be discussed, with a focus on implications for chaplaincy education and practice as well as continuing education opportunities.

Learning Objectives

-Identify basic principles, challenges and rewards of interprofessional chaplaincy education
-Understand the effectiveness of various interprofessional learning activities
-Discuss results from one educational research study and their implications for chaplaincy education and practice


Rev. Frank Woggon MDiv PhD BCC is the director of Chaplaincy Services at University of Louisville Hospital and Jewish Hospital Medical Center in Louisville, KY, and assistant clinical professor of medicine at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. He is a certified ACPE supervisor, and an ordained and recognized Alliance of Baptists clergy. Rev. Woggon is a native of Germany. Previously, he served in parish ministry in Berlin, Germany; as the palliative care chaplain and CPE supervisor at Baptist Health Louisville; and as staff chaplain and bereavement care coordinator at Norton Healthcare in Louisville, KY.

How it Works

To participate, all that is needed is a computer with Internet access and speakers, as the presentation audio and visuals are "webcast." Our webinars are priced per computer terminal, not per participant. That means you can invite as many colleagues to join you as can fit in your conference room or cluster around your computer. As a participant, you will be able to interact with the presenter, who will ask questions of the audience and answer questions posed by participants.