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Meeting

Ethics Support in Responding to COVID-19: A Case Study of Providence St. Joseph Health

May 6, 2020, 12:00 PM - May 6, 2020, 1:00 PM Eastern Time

 

Webinar

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

Description

Presented by Providence St. Joseph Health and the Catholic Health Association

From the moment the first confirmed U.S. COVID-19 patient was admitted to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett near Seattle last January, Providence St. Joseph Health moved immediately into the vanguard of nation’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

From its position at ground zero, the physicians, nurses and caregivers at the health system’s hospitals and long-term care facilities in Seattle, Oregon, California and elsewhere faced unprecedented challenges from the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus and the significant risks it posed to patients, associates and the entire community.

This webinar will present Providence St. Joseph Health’s comprehensive ethics response to the COVID-19 crisis including how it is addressing ethical challenges encountered by its facilities, command centers, individual caregivers, and regional and system leadership.

The distinctive format features a series of concise, lightning round presentations by ethicists representing several regions served by Providence St. Joseph Health in Alaska, Washington, Montana, Oregon, Southern California, Texas and New Mexico. There will be extensive opportunity for questions and dialogue.

Moderator

Kevin M. Dirksen, M.Div., M.Sc., HEC-C
Senior Ethicist, Director of Ethics Education
Providence Center for Health Care Ethics

Presenters

Mark F. Carr, MDiv, Ph.D.
Regional Director of Ethics – Alaska
Providence St. Joseph Health
Anchorage, Alaska

Peter J. Cataldo, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President, Theology and Ethics
Providence St. Joseph Health
Renton, Washington

Andrea Chatburn, DO, MA, HEC-C
Regional Director of Ethics – Eastern WA/Montana
Providence St. Joseph Health
Spokane, Washington

Nicholas J. Kockler, Ph.D, MS, HEC-C
Endowed Chair in Applied Health Care Ethics & Regional Director
Providence Center for Health Care Ethics
Portland, Oregon

Doyle D. Patterson, BCC
Clinical Ethicist
Providence St. Joseph Health
Lubbock, Texas

Karen Pavic-Zabinski, Ph.D., RN, MSN, MBA, MA, MS
Regional Director of Ethics – Southern California
Providence St. Joseph Health
Burbank, California


This special program is presented by CHA as part of our ongoing support for medical professionals and the health care community during the novel coronavirus global health crisis.

Please note: We encourage you to register for webinar even if your schedule doesn't allow you to participate in the live event as a recording of the program will be distributed after the event.


Who Should Attend

This webinar is ideal for CEOs, administrators, mission leaders, ethicists, ethics committees, spiritual care, physicians, nurses, clinical care professionals, communications executives and other health professionals who are interested in critical issues involving ethics and the COVID-19 pandemic. Additional representatives of health care organizations are welcome to attend.

Presented by Providence St. Joseph Health and the Catholic Health Association

From the moment the first confirmed U.S. COVID-19 patient was admitted to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett near Seattle last January, Providence St. Joseph Health moved immediately into the vanguard of nation’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

From its position at ground zero, the physicians, nurses and caregivers at the health system’s hospitals and long-term care facilities in Seattle, Oregon, California and elsewhere faced unprecedented challenges from the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus and the significant risks it posed to patients, associates and the entire community.

This webinar will present Providence St. Joseph Health’s comprehensive ethics response to the COVID-19 crisis including how it is addressing ethical challenges encountered by its facilities, command centers, individual caregivers, and regional and system leadership.

The distinctive format features a series of concise, lightning round presentations by ethicists representing several regions served by Providence St. Joseph Health in Alaska, Washington, Montana, Oregon, Southern California, Texas and New Mexico. There will be extensive opportunity for questions and dialogue.

Moderator

Kevin M. Dirksen, M.Div., M.Sc., HEC-C
Senior Ethicist, Director of Ethics Education
Providence Center for Health Care Ethics

Presenters

Mark F. Carr, MDiv, Ph.D.
Regional Director of Ethics – Alaska
Providence St. Joseph Health
Anchorage, Alaska

Peter J. Cataldo, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President, Theology and Ethics
Providence St. Joseph Health
Renton, Washington

Andrea Chatburn, DO, MA, HEC-C
Regional Director of Ethics – Eastern WA/Montana
Providence St. Joseph Health
Spokane, Washington

Nicholas J. Kockler, Ph.D, MS, HEC-C
Endowed Chair in Applied Health Care Ethics & Regional Director
Providence Center for Health Care Ethics
Portland, Oregon

Doyle D. Patterson, BCC
Clinical Ethicist
Providence St. Joseph Health
Lubbock, Texas

Karen Pavic-Zabinski, Ph.D., RN, MSN, MBA, MA, MS
Regional Director of Ethics – Southern California
Providence St. Joseph Health
Burbank, California


This special program is presented by CHA as part of our ongoing support for medical professionals and the health care community during the novel coronavirus global health crisis.

Please note: We encourage you to register for webinar even if your schedule doesn't allow you to participate in the live event as a recording of the program will be distributed after the event.


Who Should Attend

This webinar is ideal for CEOs, administrators, mission leaders, ethicists, ethics committees, spiritual care, physicians, nurses, clinical care professionals, communications executives and other health professionals who are interested in critical issues involving ethics and the COVID-19 pandemic. Additional representatives of health care organizations are welcome to attend.


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