Pastoral Care

Clinical Pastoral Education 40 hour Unit 2018

Overview:

St Vincent’s Hospital is one of Sydney’s leading health care institutions with a long tradition in educating healthcare professionals including pastoral care practitioners. St Vincent’s recognises that spiritual care is an integral part of patients’ healing and well-being. It has a dynamic pastoral care department that responds to the spiritual care needs of patients, their families and the staff.

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Clinical Pastoral Education 40 hour Unit 2019

Overview:

St Vincent’s Hospital is one of Sydney’s leading health care institutions with a long tradition in educating healthcare professionals including pastoral care practitioners. St Vincent’s recognises that spiritual care is an integral part of patients’ healing and well-being. It has a dynamic pastoral care department that responds to the spiritual care needs of patients, their families and the staff.

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Clinical Pastoral Education Courses 2018 (400 Hours)

Overview:

St Vincent’s Hospital is one of Sydney’s leading health care institutions with a long tradition in educating healthcare professionals including pastoral care practitioners. St Vincent’s recognises that spiritual care is an integral part of patients’ healing and well-being. It has a dynamic pastoral care department that responds to the spiritual care needs of patients, their families and the staff.

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Clinical Pastoral Education Courses 2019 (400 Hours)

Overview:

St Vincent’s Hospital is one of Sydney’s leading health care institutions with a long tradition in educating healthcare professionals including pastoral care practitioners. St Vincent’s recognises that spiritual care is an integral part of patients’ healing and well-being. It has a dynamic pastoral care department that responds to the spiritual care needs of patients, their families and the staff.

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Pastoral Supervision

Overview:

Pastoral Supervision provides an opportunity for Pastoral Care practioners/Chaplains to reflect, review and learn from their experience of providing pastoral care. Pastoral Supervision supports the development of greater self-awareness, builds expertise and contributes to better care.

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