Meeting

Foundations of Catholic Health Care Leadership - An Online Course for Formation and Development

January 25, 2019 to March 1, 2019

Webinar Series 

Member Price: $400.00
Non-Member Price: $900.00
$900.00

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

Description

CHA’s Foundations of Catholic Health Care Leadership provides executives, board members, directors, managers, clinicians and other leaders in Catholic health care with a foundation in core theological and ethical principles that are at the heart of the Catholic health ministry. The program addresses the interest many leaders have expressed to deepen their understanding of the moral principles of the church in serving the needs of patients, families, communities and the common good.

The Foundations of Catholic Health Care Leadership Program is a "must-have" primer for new and current leaders in Catholic health care. Over the last two decades, thousands of leaders have broadened their understanding of the ministry through the program’s in-person or online formats.

The online course takes place in a series of sessions on six consecutive Fridays from Jan. 25 – March 1, 2019. Each session includes presentations, as well as opportunities for interaction via online chat, voice contact and online small group discussions. Since each session focuses on a key principle of Catholic health leadership, registrants are expected to participate in all sessions. Assignments and reading materials will be available for download prior to each session. An orientation session to familiarize participants with the online format is scheduled for Jan. 22 from 1-2 p.m. ET.

To enhance interaction and benefits of the formational experience, we recommend that whenever possible registrants participate together with colleagues in groups at the same facility. Individual participants are also welcome as we are happy to link them with participants from other locations for all group discussions.

Registration

  • Early registration discount for CHA members: $400 per person through November 30, 2018
  • CHA members: $450 per person after November 30, 2018
  • Other registrants: $900 per person
  • Group discount: 10 percent off each individual registration for groups of five or more

Program Objective

Completion of this program will enable participants to begin articulating and integrating spiritual, theological and ethical principles of Catholic health care and apply them to their work.

Who Should Participate?

  • Executives · Physicians, nurses and clinical staff
  • Board members · Pastoral care staff
  • Directors · Communications and marketing staff
  • Managers and middle managers · Persons serving in leadership of partner organizations

Speakers

Fr. Charles Bouchard, OP, S.T.D.
Senior Director, Theology & Sponsorship, CHA, St. Louis

Bruce Compton
Senior Director, International Outreach, CHA, St. Louis

Nathaniel Blanton Hibner, MTS, Ph.D.(c)
Director, Ethics, CHA, St. Louis

Sr. Carol Keehan, DC, RN, MS
President and Chief Executive Officer, CHA, Washington, D.C.

Carrie Meyer McGrath,M.Div., MAS
Director, Mission Services, CHA, St. Louis

Diarmuid Rooney, M.S.Psych., M.T.S., D.Soc.Admin.
Senior Director, Ministry Formation, CHA,
St. Louis

Brian Smith, MS, MA, M.Div.
Senior Director, Mission Innovation and Integration, CHA, St. Louis

Julie A. Trocchio, MS
Senior Director, Community Benefit & Continuing Care, CHA, Washington, D.C.

Curriculum

The curriculum weaves biblical, theological and spiritual aspects of health care ministry in a model that incorporates adult learning methods within a framework of ministry formation and development.

Orientation – Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019, 1-2 p.m. ET
Diarmuid Rooney and Online Manager from CommPartners

This session will review features of the online platform that will be used throughout the program, how to navigate the various screens, how breakout sessions will be handled, and to answer any questions. The orientation will also provide an introduction about CHA and the programs and services available to members who work in Catholic health organizations. Participants will also receive a helpful glossary of Catholic health terminology.

Session One – Friday, Jan. 25, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Ministry and Sponsorship in Catholic Health Care
Fr. Charles Bouchard, OP and Diarmuid Rooney

The objective is to enable participants to articulate what it means to say that Catholic health care is a ministry of the church, and to describe the emerging role of sponsors. The themes include:

  • What do we mean when we say health care is a ministry?
  • What is the relationship of Catholic health care to the broader ministry of the church, including the heritage of the religious women and men who founded and nurtured the health ministry in the United States?
  • How do we understand changing structures of sponsorship?

Jesus, The Foundation of Catholic Health Care
Carrie Meyer McGrath

The objective is to enable participants to express the relationship of the healing ministry of Jesus Christ, to the foundation and work of Catholic health care. The themes include:

  • What are the implications of describing ‘the healing ministry of Jesus’ as the foundation of our ministry?
  • How do we understand Jesus as a healer of the whole person?
  • What are the foundational healing stories for the Catholic health ministry and what is the role of sacred scripture as a spiritual touchstone for leaders?

Session Two – Friday, Feb. 1, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Spirituality & Whole Person Care
Diarmuid Rooney

The objective is for participants to understand the importance of whole person care, and the central role of spirituality in Catholic health care. The themes include:

  • What is whole person care, and what is the place of spirit within this understanding of what it means to be human?
  • What are the spiritual needs of a person, and how do we respond to these needs in our work?
  • What are spiritual practices, and how do they get expressed in a diverse and pluralistic workplace?

Community Benefit & Population Health Care
Julie Trocchio

The objective is to define and describe the importance of community benefit as part of Catholic health care. The themes include:

  • What do we mean by community benefit and the social determinants of health?
  • What are the social conditions necessary for an individual’s dignity to be actualized?
  • What do you know about how your organization is responding to the needs within your organization?

Session Three – Friday, Feb. 8, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Catholic Social Tradition
Fr. Charles Bouchard, OP

The objective is to identify foundational concepts in Catholic social teaching and their implications for health care leadership. The themes include:

  • What is the Catholic Social Tradition?
  • What does Catholic Social Teaching as the "public face" of the church’s moral tradition mean?
  • Considering the key principles of this tradition and what are some of the ethical issues that arise, for example collaborative ventures with other organizations?

     

Social Justice & International Outreach
Bruce Compton

The objective is to understand what international outreach means in Catholic health care, and why is it a social justice issue. The themes include:

  • Catholic health care has always transcended national boundaries. In today’s global environment, how has international outreach taken on new importance rooted in the imperative to preach the Gospel to the "ends of the earth?
  • How are CHA’s outreach activities supporting members, partnering organizations and the church?
  • How do you think you can enhance your own, and your organization’s, international health activities?

Session Four – Friday, Feb. 15, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Ethics & Discernment
Nathaniel Blanton Hibner and Diarmuid Rooney

The objective is to introduce participants to the extensive history of ethics and moral theology. It will also situate the role of discernment in all ethical decision making. The themes include:

  • What do we mean by "ethics" and "morality"?
  • When did the Catholic moral and ethical theology begin, and how has it evolved?
  • Where is "discernment" situated in moral and ethical decision making?

Clinical Aspects of the Ethical and Religious Directives
Nathaniel Blanton Hibner

The objective is to introduce the Ethical and Religious Directives as a leadership resource and articulate a basic process for ethical decision making in the health care setting. The themes include:

  • What are the Ethical and Religious Directives (ERDs)?
  • How do the Ethical and Religious Directives (ERDs) define the moral and ethical framework for Catholic health care in the United States?
  • How does our understanding of ethics play out in provider/patient relationships and in specific issues at the beginning and end of life?

Session Five – Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Stewarding Organizational Culture in the Catholic Tradition
Brian Smith

The objective is to develop a plan for ongoing development and formation as a ministry leader in Catholic health care. The themes include:

  • In what ways are leaders "culture bearers" who hold the organization’s integrity in trust and shape its culture?
  • How do leaders in Catholic health care use leadership principles as tools for maintaining a distinctive Catholic culture?
  • What are some core spiritual practices that can strengthen a leader’s personal and professional growth?

Session Six – Friday, March 1, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Leadership in Catholic Health Care
Sr. Carol Keehan, DC

The objective is to enable participants to articulate important challenges on the horizon for Catholic health care and their implications for leaders of this ministry. The themes include:

  • What are the important opportunities and challenges on the horizon for Catholic health care?
  • In light of this, what are the implications for leaders of this ministry?
  • What question do you have about these challenges on the horizon?

     

Ongoing Formation
Diarmuid Rooney

The objective is to prepare leaders for ongoing formation opportunities, both personally and professionally, through CHA offerings and other local and national initiatives.

Certificate of Attendance

CHA will provide all Online Foundations participants with a Certificate of Attendance indicating contact hours for each individual session. Within a few days following each session, all program registrants will receive an email with a link to the session evaluation as well as information regarding the Certificate of Attendance.

Please note CHA does not offer Continuing Education Units (CEU) for any programs. Participants may submit Certificates of Attendance to relevant organizations that accept proof of contact hours as credit.

These include:

American College of Healthcare Executives:  American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) members may self-report qualifying CEUs using the contact hour information provided on their CHA Certificate of Attendance. To self-report, log in as a member on the
ACHE site; use the link on the left-hand side to self-report applicable contact hours for CEU credit.

NACC Board Certified Chaplains: National Association of Catholic Chaplains (NACC) board certified chaplain members may self-report their continuing education hours (CEHs) using the contact hours information provided on their CHA Certificate of Attendance

For further information regarding Certificates of Attendance, please contact 
Danette Thompson, (314) 253-3408.

CHA’s Foundations of Catholic Health Care Leadership provides executives, board members, directors, managers, clinicians and other leaders in Catholic health care with a foundation in core theological and ethical principles that are at the heart of the Catholic health ministry. The program addresses the interest many leaders have expressed to deepen their understanding of the moral principles of the church in serving the needs of patients, families, communities and the common good.

The Foundations of Catholic Health Care Leadership Program is a "must-have" primer for new and current leaders in Catholic health care. Over the last two decades, thousands of leaders have broadened their understanding of the ministry through the program’s in-person or online formats.

The online course takes place in a series of sessions on six consecutive Fridays from Jan. 25 – March 1, 2019. Each session includes presentations, as well as opportunities for interaction via online chat, voice contact and online small group discussions. Since each session focuses on a key principle of Catholic health leadership, registrants are expected to participate in all sessions. Assignments and reading materials will be available for download prior to each session. An orientation session to familiarize participants with the online format is scheduled for Jan. 22 from 1-2 p.m. ET.

To enhance interaction and benefits of the formational experience, we recommend that whenever possible registrants participate together with colleagues in groups at the same facility. Individual participants are also welcome as we are happy to link them with participants from other locations for all group discussions.

Registration

  • Early registration discount for CHA members: $400 per person through November 30, 2018
  • CHA members: $450 per person after November 30, 2018
  • Other registrants: $900 per person
  • Group discount: 10 percent off each individual registration for groups of five or more

Program Objective

Completion of this program will enable participants to begin articulating and integrating spiritual, theological and ethical principles of Catholic health care and apply them to their work.

Who Should Participate?

  • Executives · Physicians, nurses and clinical staff
  • Board members · Pastoral care staff
  • Directors · Communications and marketing staff
  • Managers and middle managers · Persons serving in leadership of partner organizations

Speakers

Fr. Charles Bouchard, OP, S.T.D.
Senior Director, Theology & Sponsorship, CHA, St. Louis

Bruce Compton
Senior Director, International Outreach, CHA, St. Louis

Nathaniel Blanton Hibner, MTS, Ph.D.(c)
Director, Ethics, CHA, St. Louis

Sr. Carol Keehan, DC, RN, MS
President and Chief Executive Officer, CHA, Washington, D.C.

Carrie Meyer McGrath,M.Div., MAS
Director, Mission Services, CHA, St. Louis

Diarmuid Rooney, M.S.Psych., M.T.S., D.Soc.Admin.
Senior Director, Ministry Formation, CHA,
St. Louis

Brian Smith, MS, MA, M.Div.
Senior Director, Mission Innovation and Integration, CHA, St. Louis

Julie A. Trocchio, MS
Senior Director, Community Benefit & Continuing Care, CHA, Washington, D.C.

Curriculum

The curriculum weaves biblical, theological and spiritual aspects of health care ministry in a model that incorporates adult learning methods within a framework of ministry formation and development.

Orientation – Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019, 1-2 p.m. ET
Diarmuid Rooney and Online Manager from CommPartners

This session will review features of the online platform that will be used throughout the program, how to navigate the various screens, how breakout sessions will be handled, and to answer any questions. The orientation will also provide an introduction about CHA and the programs and services available to members who work in Catholic health organizations. Participants will also receive a helpful glossary of Catholic health terminology.

Session One – Friday, Jan. 25, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Ministry and Sponsorship in Catholic Health Care
Fr. Charles Bouchard, OP and Diarmuid Rooney

The objective is to enable participants to articulate what it means to say that Catholic health care is a ministry of the church, and to describe the emerging role of sponsors. The themes include:

  • What do we mean when we say health care is a ministry?
  • What is the relationship of Catholic health care to the broader ministry of the church, including the heritage of the religious women and men who founded and nurtured the health ministry in the United States?
  • How do we understand changing structures of sponsorship?

Jesus, The Foundation of Catholic Health Care
Carrie Meyer McGrath

The objective is to enable participants to express the relationship of the healing ministry of Jesus Christ, to the foundation and work of Catholic health care. The themes include:

  • What are the implications of describing ‘the healing ministry of Jesus’ as the foundation of our ministry?
  • How do we understand Jesus as a healer of the whole person?
  • What are the foundational healing stories for the Catholic health ministry and what is the role of sacred scripture as a spiritual touchstone for leaders?

Session Two – Friday, Feb. 1, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Spirituality & Whole Person Care
Diarmuid Rooney

The objective is for participants to understand the importance of whole person care, and the central role of spirituality in Catholic health care. The themes include:

  • What is whole person care, and what is the place of spirit within this understanding of what it means to be human?
  • What are the spiritual needs of a person, and how do we respond to these needs in our work?
  • What are spiritual practices, and how do they get expressed in a diverse and pluralistic workplace?

Community Benefit & Population Health Care
Julie Trocchio

The objective is to define and describe the importance of community benefit as part of Catholic health care. The themes include:

  • What do we mean by community benefit and the social determinants of health?
  • What are the social conditions necessary for an individual’s dignity to be actualized?
  • What do you know about how your organization is responding to the needs within your organization?

Session Three – Friday, Feb. 8, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Catholic Social Tradition
Fr. Charles Bouchard, OP

The objective is to identify foundational concepts in Catholic social teaching and their implications for health care leadership. The themes include:

  • What is the Catholic Social Tradition?
  • What does Catholic Social Teaching as the "public face" of the church’s moral tradition mean?
  • Considering the key principles of this tradition and what are some of the ethical issues that arise, for example collaborative ventures with other organizations?

     

Social Justice & International Outreach
Bruce Compton

The objective is to understand what international outreach means in Catholic health care, and why is it a social justice issue. The themes include:

  • Catholic health care has always transcended national boundaries. In today’s global environment, how has international outreach taken on new importance rooted in the imperative to preach the Gospel to the "ends of the earth?
  • How are CHA’s outreach activities supporting members, partnering organizations and the church?
  • How do you think you can enhance your own, and your organization’s, international health activities?

Session Four – Friday, Feb. 15, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Ethics & Discernment
Nathaniel Blanton Hibner and Diarmuid Rooney

The objective is to introduce participants to the extensive history of ethics and moral theology. It will also situate the role of discernment in all ethical decision making. The themes include:

  • What do we mean by "ethics" and "morality"?
  • When did the Catholic moral and ethical theology begin, and how has it evolved?
  • Where is "discernment" situated in moral and ethical decision making?

Clinical Aspects of the Ethical and Religious Directives
Nathaniel Blanton Hibner

The objective is to introduce the Ethical and Religious Directives as a leadership resource and articulate a basic process for ethical decision making in the health care setting. The themes include:

  • What are the Ethical and Religious Directives (ERDs)?
  • How do the Ethical and Religious Directives (ERDs) define the moral and ethical framework for Catholic health care in the United States?
  • How does our understanding of ethics play out in provider/patient relationships and in specific issues at the beginning and end of life?

Session Five – Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Stewarding Organizational Culture in the Catholic Tradition
Brian Smith

The objective is to develop a plan for ongoing development and formation as a ministry leader in Catholic health care. The themes include:

  • In what ways are leaders "culture bearers" who hold the organization’s integrity in trust and shape its culture?
  • How do leaders in Catholic health care use leadership principles as tools for maintaining a distinctive Catholic culture?
  • What are some core spiritual practices that can strengthen a leader’s personal and professional growth?

Session Six – Friday, March 1, 2019, 1-3 p.m. ET
Leadership in Catholic Health Care
Sr. Carol Keehan, DC

The objective is to enable participants to articulate important challenges on the horizon for Catholic health care and their implications for leaders of this ministry. The themes include:

  • What are the important opportunities and challenges on the horizon for Catholic health care?
  • In light of this, what are the implications for leaders of this ministry?
  • What question do you have about these challenges on the horizon?

     

Ongoing Formation
Diarmuid Rooney

The objective is to prepare leaders for ongoing formation opportunities, both personally and professionally, through CHA offerings and other local and national initiatives.

Certificate of Attendance

CHA will provide all Online Foundations participants with a Certificate of Attendance indicating contact hours for each individual session. Within a few days following each session, all program registrants will receive an email with a link to the session evaluation as well as information regarding the Certificate of Attendance.

Please note CHA does not offer Continuing Education Units (CEU) for any programs. Participants may submit Certificates of Attendance to relevant organizations that accept proof of contact hours as credit.

These include:

American College of Healthcare Executives:  American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) members may self-report qualifying CEUs using the contact hour information provided on their CHA Certificate of Attendance. To self-report, log in as a member on the
ACHE site; use the link on the left-hand side to self-report applicable contact hours for CEU credit.

NACC Board Certified Chaplains: National Association of Catholic Chaplains (NACC) board certified chaplain members may self-report their continuing education hours (CEHs) using the contact hours information provided on their CHA Certificate of Attendance

For further information regarding Certificates of Attendance, please contact 
Danette Thompson, (314) 253-3408.


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