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Meeting

CHA Equity Webinar Series, Session Two: An Inclusive Catholic Tension: Principles and Strategies

February 9, 2021, 3:00 PM - February 9, 2021 4:30 PM Eastern Time

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Description

Bridging Identity & Inclusivity to Create Health Equity
A CHA Webinar Series

We are called to build true health equity. In the face of COVID-19 testing, treatment and vaccine distribution, and as a part of our ongoing work to end systemic racism, we must look internally and externally.

This four-event webinar series will look at Catholic identity, other faith traditions, unconscious bias and discrimination in caregiver interactions and share best practices happening now to create opportunities for participants to gain inspiration and information. Working together, we can improve Catholic health care, build right and just relationships with our communities and advocate for change to end health disparities and systemic racism. 

As a part of CHA’s strategic plan to address health disparities and end systemic racism, this webinar series is taking the place of CHA’s biennial System Mission Leadership Forum. Building health equity is a work that will take each and every associate, from volunteers at welcome desks to cooks in residences, and so this webinar is not only for mission leaders, but an opportunity for all those who want to more deeply understand how Catholic health care can be transformed to achieve health equity and help end systemic racism.


CHA Equity Webinar Series
Session Two:
An Inclusive Catholic Tension: Principles and Strategies
Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021
3 to 4:30 p.m. EST

This 90-minute webinar will explore how Catholic health care organizations with theologically grounded Missions, Visions and Values include ecumenical, inter-faith and secular leaders and associates. There is a need to articulate principles and strategies that honor Catholic identity while at the same time welcoming, respecting and celebrating a diverse workforce.

Presenters

John O. "Jack" Mudd, JD, JSD
Consultant, Leadership Formation
Providence Health & Services Washington, D.C.

John (Jack) Shea, S.T.D.
Consultant

Bridging Identity & Inclusivity to Create Health Equity
A CHA Webinar Series

We are called to build true health equity. In the face of COVID-19 testing, treatment and vaccine distribution, and as a part of our ongoing work to end systemic racism, we must look internally and externally.

This four-event webinar series will look at Catholic identity, other faith traditions, unconscious bias and discrimination in caregiver interactions and share best practices happening now to create opportunities for participants to gain inspiration and information. Working together, we can improve Catholic health care, build right and just relationships with our communities and advocate for change to end health disparities and systemic racism. 

As a part of CHA’s strategic plan to address health disparities and end systemic racism, this webinar series is taking the place of CHA’s biennial System Mission Leadership Forum. Building health equity is a work that will take each and every associate, from volunteers at welcome desks to cooks in residences, and so this webinar is not only for mission leaders, but an opportunity for all those who want to more deeply understand how Catholic health care can be transformed to achieve health equity and help end systemic racism.


CHA Equity Webinar Series
Session Two:
An Inclusive Catholic Tension: Principles and Strategies
Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021
3 to 4:30 p.m. EST

This 90-minute webinar will explore how Catholic health care organizations with theologically grounded Missions, Visions and Values include ecumenical, inter-faith and secular leaders and associates. There is a need to articulate principles and strategies that honor Catholic identity while at the same time welcoming, respecting and celebrating a diverse workforce.

Presenters

John O. "Jack" Mudd, JD, JSD
Consultant, Leadership Formation
Providence Health & Services Washington, D.C.

John (Jack) Shea, S.T.D.
Consultant

Part of: Bridging Identity & Inclusivity to Create Health Equity: A CHA Equity Webinar Series

Please note: All times listed are Eastern Time.
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