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Renewing Relationship: Essays as We Evolve and Emerge from Pandemic

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CHA has curated a set of essays from highly-regarded theologians and public health experts to set the stage for collective consideration of how the complexities and challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic have created an opportunity for us to rethink, reset and renew our global health relationships. While COVID-19 and the isolation we have experienced create many questions, they also provide us with renewed hope and inspiration to do it better in future global health partnerships. We hope you will take this time “apart” to reflect on future opportunities to be brother and sister to our global neighbors.

This book includes essays by:

CAMILLE GRIPPON, MA, is System Director of Global Health at Bon Secours Mercy Health where she is responsible for leading the organization’s global health portfolio. Previously serving at Americares and Catholic Medical Mission Board, her international development experience has focused on governance, equity, health system strengthening and disaster relief.

REV. DR. CHARLES H. KITIMA, M.SC., PH.D., is the Secretary General of the Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) and TEMCO Vice Chairman, Research and Education for Democracy in Tanzania at the University of Dar Es Salaam. In his role at TEC, he is working with over 500 health institutions related to the Catholic Church in Tanzania.

M. THERESE LYSAUGHT, PH.D., is a tenured professor at the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and Health Care Leadership and the Institute of Pastoral Studies, Loyola University Chicago. She is also the Graduate Program Director of the online doctorate, master’s and certificate programs in Health Care Mission Leadership.

SR. BEENA MADHAVATH, MD, is a member of the Congregation of the Ursulines of Mary Immaculate (UMI) and serves as the Deputy Director, Consultant Gynecologist and Teacher for post-graduate
medical training at Holy Family Hospital in Mumbai, India. In addition, she serves as Provincial Councilor for Medical Apostolate of Sacred Heart province of UMI Sisters and the National President of the Sister Doctors Forum of India.

NEERAJ MISTRY, MD, MSC, co-founding Partner and Medical Director at Health Business Solutions LLC, and an Assistant Professor in the Department of International Health at Georgetown
University. A South African national and public health physician, Dr. Mistry is experienced in global health policy and programming, having worked in developing and developed countries, the public and private sectors in clinical practice, health policy and social development.

FR. TOM NAIRN, OFM, PH.D., is Provincial Minister of the Franciscan Province of the Sacred Heart. He previously served as Senior Director of Theology and Ethics at the Catholic Health Association of the United States. He is a frequent presenter and lecturer about health care ethics to organizations in the U.S. and abroad. In 2014, the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for the Laity appointed him as the spiritual assistant to the International Catholic Committee for Nurses and Health Care Workers.

ANDREW S. NATSIOS is Executive Professor at the George H.W. Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, where he also serves as Director of the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs, which began a pandemic preparedness program in 2014. He is the former Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (2001-2006) and Vice President of World Vision U.S. (1993-1998).

NATASHA SUNDERJI, MPP, is Principal Director of Global Health and the Africa Lead for Accenture Development Partnerships, a unit of Accenture that works with international development organizations. She leads the global health and Africa portfolios bringing her expertise in strategic program design and cross-sector partnerships to deliver sustainable outcomes.

CARDINAL PETER KODWO APPIAH TURKSON, Prefect of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development, and Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Coast (Ghana). In September of 2013 Pope Francis confirmed him as head of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace and, in 2016, appointed him as the first Prefect of the new Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development. On March 20, 2020, Pope Francis created the Vatican COVID-19 Commission and placed it under his responsibility at Dicastery. He previously served as Archbishop of Cape Coast. He was made a cardinal by Pope John Paul II in 2003.

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CHA has curated a set of essays from highly-regarded theologians and public health experts to set the stage for collective consideration of how the complexities and challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic have created an opportunity for us to rethink, reset and renew our global health relationships. While COVID-19 and the isolation we have experienced create many questions, they also provide us with renewed hope and inspiration to do it better in future global health partnerships. We hope you will take this time “apart” to reflect on future opportunities to be brother and sister to our global neighbors.

This book includes essays by:

CAMILLE GRIPPON, MA, is System Director of Global Health at Bon Secours Mercy Health where she is responsible for leading the organization’s global health portfolio. Previously serving at Americares and Catholic Medical Mission Board, her international development experience has focused on governance, equity, health system strengthening and disaster relief.

REV. DR. CHARLES H. KITIMA, M.SC., PH.D., is the Secretary General of the Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) and TEMCO Vice Chairman, Research and Education for Democracy in Tanzania at the University of Dar Es Salaam. In his role at TEC, he is working with over 500 health institutions related to the Catholic Church in Tanzania.

M. THERESE LYSAUGHT, PH.D., is a tenured professor at the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and Health Care Leadership and the Institute of Pastoral Studies, Loyola University Chicago. She is also the Graduate Program Director of the online doctorate, master’s and certificate programs in Health Care Mission Leadership.

SR. BEENA MADHAVATH, MD, is a member of the Congregation of the Ursulines of Mary Immaculate (UMI) and serves as the Deputy Director, Consultant Gynecologist and Teacher for post-graduate
medical training at Holy Family Hospital in Mumbai, India. In addition, she serves as Provincial Councilor for Medical Apostolate of Sacred Heart province of UMI Sisters and the National President of the Sister Doctors Forum of India.

NEERAJ MISTRY, MD, MSC, co-founding Partner and Medical Director at Health Business Solutions LLC, and an Assistant Professor in the Department of International Health at Georgetown
University. A South African national and public health physician, Dr. Mistry is experienced in global health policy and programming, having worked in developing and developed countries, the public and private sectors in clinical practice, health policy and social development.

FR. TOM NAIRN, OFM, PH.D., is Provincial Minister of the Franciscan Province of the Sacred Heart. He previously served as Senior Director of Theology and Ethics at the Catholic Health Association of the United States. He is a frequent presenter and lecturer about health care ethics to organizations in the U.S. and abroad. In 2014, the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for the Laity appointed him as the spiritual assistant to the International Catholic Committee for Nurses and Health Care Workers.

ANDREW S. NATSIOS is Executive Professor at the George H.W. Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, where he also serves as Director of the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs, which began a pandemic preparedness program in 2014. He is the former Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (2001-2006) and Vice President of World Vision U.S. (1993-1998).

NATASHA SUNDERJI, MPP, is Principal Director of Global Health and the Africa Lead for Accenture Development Partnerships, a unit of Accenture that works with international development organizations. She leads the global health and Africa portfolios bringing her expertise in strategic program design and cross-sector partnerships to deliver sustainable outcomes.

CARDINAL PETER KODWO APPIAH TURKSON, Prefect of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development, and Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Coast (Ghana). In September of 2013 Pope Francis confirmed him as head of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace and, in 2016, appointed him as the first Prefect of the new Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development. On March 20, 2020, Pope Francis created the Vatican COVID-19 Commission and placed it under his responsibility at Dicastery. He previously served as Archbishop of Cape Coast. He was made a cardinal by Pope John Paul II in 2003.

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Publication Date: October 27, 2020
Number of Pages: 64
Product Dimensions: H: 11 IN., W: 8.5 IN.
Shipping Weight: 0.5375 Lb.