Meeting

Our Well-Being Webinar Series 2, Session 2: Best Practices for Well-Being: Hope and Resilience for the Future

October 6, 2021, 12:00 PM - October 6, 2021, 1:30 PM Eastern Time

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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

Our Well-Being Webinar Series Two: Gaining a New Perspective on Life and Faith through Post Traumatic Growth

The health care ministry is emotionally demanding and logistically rigorous. The everyday, all-day nature of hospitals, long-term care facilities, clinics and community engagement creates heavy and burdensome workloads that can take a toll on the well-being of those who serve. Then add a pandemic.

But we know, Catholic health care sees individuals as a combination of body, mind and spirit, giving attention to their patients' well-being and also that of their own associates and caregivers. However, more attention is needed. Well-being can affect a health care organization's ability to provide the best and safest patient care, retain talent and uphold the mission for providing quality, compassionate wholistic care to each and every person they serve.

Session Two: Best Practices for Well-Being: Hope and Resilience for the Future

We want to share well-being and post-traumatic growth practices across health care. What are you doing? If you have a well-being practice that we might want to highlight during this Zoom event, please contact CHA.


Speakers

Carol R. Filkins
Ministry Formation Coordinator
Ascension Indiana

Arpan Waghray, M.D.
System Director for Behavioral Medicine
Swedish Health Services

Tracy Brower, Ph.D., MM, MCRW
Sociologist, Author
Principal, Steelcase Applied Research
Contributor Forbes.com and Fast Company

Moderators

Dennis P. Gonzales, Ph.D.
Senior Director, Mission Innovation and Integration
Catholic Health Association

Diarmuid Rooney, M.S. Psych, M.T.S., D. Soc. Admin.
Senior Director, Ministry Formation
Catholic Health Association

Carrie Meyer McGrath, M.A., M. Div.
Director, Mission Services
Catholic Health Association

Our Well-Being Webinar Series Two: Gaining a New Perspective on Life and Faith through Post Traumatic Growth

The health care ministry is emotionally demanding and logistically rigorous. The everyday, all-day nature of hospitals, long-term care facilities, clinics and community engagement creates heavy and burdensome workloads that can take a toll on the well-being of those who serve. Then add a pandemic.

But we know, Catholic health care sees individuals as a combination of body, mind and spirit, giving attention to their patients' well-being and also that of their own associates and caregivers. However, more attention is needed. Well-being can affect a health care organization's ability to provide the best and safest patient care, retain talent and uphold the mission for providing quality, compassionate wholistic care to each and every person they serve.

Session Two: Best Practices for Well-Being: Hope and Resilience for the Future

We want to share well-being and post-traumatic growth practices across health care. What are you doing? If you have a well-being practice that we might want to highlight during this Zoom event, please contact CHA.


Speakers

Carol R. Filkins
Ministry Formation Coordinator
Ascension Indiana

Arpan Waghray, M.D.
System Director for Behavioral Medicine
Swedish Health Services

Tracy Brower, Ph.D., MM, MCRW
Sociologist, Author
Principal, Steelcase Applied Research
Contributor Forbes.com and Fast Company

Moderators

Dennis P. Gonzales, Ph.D.
Senior Director, Mission Innovation and Integration
Catholic Health Association

Diarmuid Rooney, M.S. Psych, M.T.S., D. Soc. Admin.
Senior Director, Ministry Formation
Catholic Health Association

Carrie Meyer McGrath, M.A., M. Div.
Director, Mission Services
Catholic Health Association


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).