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Mending What is Broken: Spiritual Caregiving and the Health Crisis

Interfaith America and the Chaplaincy Innovation Lab will co-host a virtual conversation on the “generalist-specialist” model for care that engages religious diversity to strengthen health outcomes.

Tuesday, March 19, 2024 | 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. CT

 
 

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Interfaith America is working to promote our nation’s religious and spiritual diversity as an asset in quality healthcare and lever for building health equity. Join Interfaith America and the Chaplaincy Innovation Lab for conversation about the importance of equipping all providers to work in partnership with spiritual care experts to strengthen care for people of all faiths and none. A chaplain, a health professional, and a patient will share stories of impact as they invite others to build interfaith competency across health settings. 

Anu Gorukanti, MD

Public Health Practitioner, Pediatric Hospitalist, Co-Founder of Introspective Spaces

Hadia Mubarak, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Religion, Queens University of Charlotte

Rev. Mary Martha Thiel

Director of Clinical Pastoral Education, Hebrew SeniorLife

 

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Join us for a conversation about the importance of equipping all providers to work in partnership with spiritual care experts.

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Sara Rahim

Program Manager

Interfaith America