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2017 Professional Development Program for Spiritual Care Practitioners

Date Posted: 12-Apr-2017

We are welcoming month-by-month registrations for our Professional Development Program for Spiritual Care Practitioners.  All information is available on our website.

Click here for more information and registration forms.

Third Session - Wednesday, 17 May 2017, 9.30am at the Royal Children's Hospital.

Topic: Insights from Prison Ministry in providing Spiritual Care in Healthcare Settings

A Buddhist, Christian and Islamic panel discussion on the nature and form of prison spiritual care. Speakers will offer any wisdom gained from their respective work in prison and if any such learnings can enrich the care of patients in healthcare settings and in the understandings of the carers who provide it. There will be a focus on how spiritual care in these vastly different domains requires different approaches, style and personality, with a need to be malleable and have a constant eye on the bigger picture.  

Panel:          Hojun Futen, Healthcare & Prison Chaplaincy Coordinator at Buddhist Council of Victoria
                  Ramzi Elsayed, Muslim Prison Chaplain
     Tracey English, State Coordinator Chaplaincy at the Salvation Army

Please click here for more information about the full year’s program.
To register: Please click here for the annual registration form, or click here for a single month registration form. These are to be filled in and to be returned to our Education Officer, Shinen Wong:


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