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Spirituality Conference 2020: Vision of Diversity – Know Thy Neighbor
Thursday, March 5, 2020 • 7:30am – 4pm at the University of California, Irvine – Pacific Ballroom
A Hoag sponsored conference for health care providers, clergy and interested persons. Diversity and spirituality are universal components of humanity.
South Carolina Faith Community Nurses Association is offering the Foundations to Faith Community Nursing Course
Thursday through Saturday, March 12-14th, 2020 at University of South Carolina Beaufort- Hilton Head Campus
Come learn how to use your professional knowledge and skills to deliver care to the whole person ( mind, body, spirit) within a faith community setting. This is foundational preparation for the faith community nurse (parish nurse/congregational nurse). Pre-course independent study assignments are to be completed and submitted on the first day of class.
Contact hours have been applied for through AnMed Health, an approved provider for continuing nursing education by the South Carolina Nurses Association. Course contact hours: 36.5 hours.
Special rates for lodging are available at the Holiday Inn Express-Hilton Head. Information for these rates will be emailed to participants when registration is received.
Click here for the Foundations Course March 2020 brochure PDF
Any questions or concerns can be addressed to course instructors: Amy Goodson: email@example.com or Donna Kleister: firstname.lastname@example.org
ICPN 2020 Conference: Engagement Over the Lifespan
Friday, March 20, 2020 • 8:30am – 3:00pm EDT at Peggy F Murphy Community Grief Center – Fort Wayne, IN
It’s a challenge to provide multi-generational, whole person care to all those in your faith community. To help you meet this challenge, join the Indiana Center for Parish Nursing (ICPN) for a day of education and training.