Meeting

Navigating the Landscape of Catholic Health Care Ethics - A Program for Mission Leaders

March 30, 2017 to March 10, 2018

Catholic Health Association 

Saint Louis, MO

Member Price: $995.00
Non-Member Price: $1,495.00
$1,495.00

Registration is full. If you choose to continue, you will be added to the Waiting List.

If you would like to register by phone, please call us at (800) 230-7823 (M-F, 8 AM to 5 PM Central).

Description

Just in Time - Ethics Education Exclusively for Mission Leaders

CHA's ethics education program is designed exclusively for and limited to mission leaders in systems, facilities and regional organizations to support their critical role in the ministry!

Profound changes in health care, new business models, population health and delivery are transforming the face of health care in the U.S. and the Catholic health ministry.

These changes raise unprecedented challenges for mission leaders who are responsible for ethics within their organizations and for safeguarding Catholic identity.

The 12-month program from March 30, 2017 to March 9, 2018 consists of an ideal blend of in-person meetings and online sessions to accommodate busy schedules. The program begins with an in-person meeting and orientation March 30-31, 2017 in CHA's St. Louis office, followed by a series of eight online sessions that begin every six weeks. Each session may be completed during the six-week interval in which it is offered. The program culminates with an in-person meeting March 8-9, 2018, at CHA's St. Louis office to integrate learning

How Will the Program Benefit Me?

The ethics education program will support new and experienced mission leaders by:

  • Providing a foundation in Catholic social teaching and moral principles and their relationship to health care.
  • Promoting an understanding of the complex ethical and moral issues facing the ministry.
  • Helping mission leaders recognize when and how to resolve ethical issues that arise within their organizations, and equally important, recognizing when to refer issues to a professional ethicist.
  • Understanding and applying the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services and utilizing other ethical resources available to Catholic health care.
  • Learning how to facilitate the work of ethics committees.
  • Becoming familiar with ethics consults in acute, long-term care and community health.
  • Applying Catholic moral principles to real-world situations through case studies.
  • Networking with other mission leaders in a small group learning environment that is limited to 24 participants.

In-Person and Online: The Best of Both Worlds

Designed to accommodate mission leaders' busy schedules and to optimize learning and interaction, the program features an ideal blend of in-person meetings and online sessions to understand key principles in clinical and organizational ethics. In addition to providing a foundation in Catholic social teaching and moral principles vital to Catholic health care, the curriculum will examine critical issues around beginning and end-of-life care, ethics committees, partnerships, shaping organizational culture, new frameworks for ethics beyond acute care settings and more. Faculty are noted ministry ethicists and theologians who have years of experience in Catholic health care ethics.

Just in Time - Ethics Education Exclusively for Mission Leaders

CHA's ethics education program is designed exclusively for and limited to mission leaders in systems, facilities and regional organizations to support their critical role in the ministry!

Profound changes in health care, new business models, population health and delivery are transforming the face of health care in the U.S. and the Catholic health ministry.

These changes raise unprecedented challenges for mission leaders who are responsible for ethics within their organizations and for safeguarding Catholic identity.

The 12-month program from March 30, 2017 to March 9, 2018 consists of an ideal blend of in-person meetings and online sessions to accommodate busy schedules. The program begins with an in-person meeting and orientation March 30-31, 2017 in CHA's St. Louis office, followed by a series of eight online sessions that begin every six weeks. Each session may be completed during the six-week interval in which it is offered. The program culminates with an in-person meeting March 8-9, 2018, at CHA's St. Louis office to integrate learning

How Will the Program Benefit Me?

The ethics education program will support new and experienced mission leaders by:

  • Providing a foundation in Catholic social teaching and moral principles and their relationship to health care.
  • Promoting an understanding of the complex ethical and moral issues facing the ministry.
  • Helping mission leaders recognize when and how to resolve ethical issues that arise within their organizations, and equally important, recognizing when to refer issues to a professional ethicist.
  • Understanding and applying the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services and utilizing other ethical resources available to Catholic health care.
  • Learning how to facilitate the work of ethics committees.
  • Becoming familiar with ethics consults in acute, long-term care and community health.
  • Applying Catholic moral principles to real-world situations through case studies.
  • Networking with other mission leaders in a small group learning environment that is limited to 24 participants.

In-Person and Online: The Best of Both Worlds

Designed to accommodate mission leaders' busy schedules and to optimize learning and interaction, the program features an ideal blend of in-person meetings and online sessions to understand key principles in clinical and organizational ethics. In addition to providing a foundation in Catholic social teaching and moral principles vital to Catholic health care, the curriculum will examine critical issues around beginning and end-of-life care, ethics committees, partnerships, shaping organizational culture, new frameworks for ethics beyond acute care settings and more. Faculty are noted ministry ethicists and theologians who have years of experience in Catholic health care ethics.


Please note: All times listed are Eastern Time.
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If you would like to register
by phone, please call us at
800-230-7823 (M-F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central).