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Chaplain Learning & Networking Luncheon at AAHPM Annual Assembly – San Diego, CA – March 18, 2020
All are invited to attend a Palliative Care & Hospice Chaplain Convening at the AAHPM (American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine) Annual Assembly. The program includes a presentation, “Taking the Lead in Difficult Conversations” by Rev. Katy Hyman, MDiv, BCC, VitalTalk Faculty & Program Coordinator for Palliative Care at Memorial Care Long Beach Medical Center, Long Beach, CA. There will also be a discussion, “Nurturing the Future of Palliative Care & Hospice Chaplaincy” led by Chaplain Allison Kestenbaum, BCC, ACPE, Sojourns Scholar, UC San Diego Health. This gathering is made possible through the generosity of the Cambia Health Foundation, UC San Diego Health Doris A. Howell Palliative Care and Transforming Chaplaincy. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
APC President Joseph Perez MDiv BCC APC’s CEO Pat Appelhans, President-elect Jon Overvold, and I attended the 2020 COMISS Forum in January (The Network on Ministry in Specialized Settings). In […]
Discussion Update:Below are some brief updates on the progress of our discussions to date: The Strategic Partners negotiation committee held our third meeting on January 31, 2020 by conference call. […]
Early Bird Registration ends February 14, 2020. Register today for best rates and options. Exhibitors, Advertisers, Sponsors – The Joint Conference is now taking applications for Sponsors, Exhibitors and Advertisers. Learn […]
APC is excited to announce our refreshed APC Awards Nomination process. New for 2021, APC has streamlined the nominations process for all APC Leadership Awards except the Oskar Pfister Award. APC […]
APC/BCCI has posted new updates to the Palliative Care and Hospice Advanced Certification process and procedures. If you are considering this advanced certification, please be advised that written applications may […]
The APC Quality and Research Committee has drafted an open letter that outlines and supports the value in chaplains having access to a patient’s health record.
from Bulletin American Protestant Hospital Association:Post-Convention Issue, Spring 1970 In 1970, I became a Fellow in the College of Chaplains, a personal membership division of the American Protestant Hospital Association […]
The March-April issue of Vision, the NACC newsletter, will cover the topic of organ donation, and it is soliciting articles from members with experience in this area. They particularly would […]
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We are pleased to announce that you will now find on our respective websites a link to our new resource for advancing professional chaplaincy. As you know we collaborated in […]
California State University in conjunction with Association of Professional Chaplains is now accepting registrations for a several cohorts for their course “Essentials of Palliative Care Chaplaincy”. The following start dates […]
Many people living with a serious illness who are receiving treatment for their condition, whether heart failure, lung disease, cancer or another illness, don’t have access to palliative care, which […]
Addiction and Pastoral CareSonia E. Waters (Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans, 2019, 226 pages, softcover) What picture forms in your mind when you hear “heroin addict, alcoholic, crack addict […]