Spiritual Health Practitioner- Burnaby BC
Spiritual Health Practitioner
St. Michael’s Centre, Burnaby BC
This is a Part-Time position with the following set work days:
Wednesdays: 7.5 hours of work
Thursdays: 5.5 hours of work
Fridays: 7.5 hours of work
$42,281.00 including benefits
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CASC Member Shane Sinclair wins “Paper of the Year” from world’s top Palliative Care Journal
Congratulations to CASC’s own Shane Sinclair who was awarded the prestigious prize of “Paper of the Year” by Palliative Medicine, the world’s top Palliative Care Journal. This honour was conferred today, Friday May 25, 2018 at the European Association of Palliative Care Congress. The paper that won the award is on sympathy, empathy, and compassion. Click here to see complete article
Spiritual Care Manager- Edmonton
Spiritual Care Manager
Edmonton General EGCCC – 11111 Jasper Ave NW, Edmonton – AB
Permanent Full-Time; FTE: 1.00
Date opened: May 16, 2018Continue reading
Date closed: May 29, 2018
Who can apply: Open to the public
Salary range: As per the Out of Scope Salary Band
Requisition number: COV00004523
Department: Spiritual Care Edmonton
Spiritual Health Practitioner- Victoria, BC.
Island Health is looking for a Spiritual Health Practitioner to join their team in Victoria, BC.
As the Spiritual Health Practitioner, you provide comprehensive spiritual care and emotional support to patients, families and health care staff in a manner that is appropriate to belief systems and cultural diversity. You act as a liaison during crisis intervention and participate in the organization’s clinical ethics discussions/reviews.
You will act as a community liaison, which may include participation in the coordination and supervision of spiritual health volunteers and visitors from various spiritual, religious and cultural groups. You will also participate in orientation and facilitation of staff, community faith representatives and volunteers, and as a member of the health care interdisciplinary team.
As a resource person, you nurture a positive relationship amongst community churches and clergy and the hospital. You coordinate the work and on-going training/supervision of spiritual health volunteers and enable the delivery of pastoral care by members of the multi-disciplinary team through consultation and in-service education.Continue reading