Digitale Spiritual Care – Quo Vadis? (14.9.23)
The ongoing digitization of society and health care opens up new forms of spiritual care and creates new challenges in the work of spiritual care workers. Digital technologies are increasingly part of their work organizations, their forms of communication and last but not least the practices of spiritual care recipients. The aim of this conference is to gain insight into the current developments and to analyze their opportunities and risks.
Interested parties are invited to apply with a short synopsis (max. 4,000 characters, including spaces) of the research project or practice model by March 1, 2023. Please send your synopsis and a tentative title along with your contact information to email@example.com.
Spiritual Care for the 21st Century An International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Telechaplaincy.
The first event of the Telechaplaincy Community of Practice was held onlineon October 19 and 20, 2022. It brought together over 20 healthcare chaplains, spiritual care providers, institutional leaders and managers who shared their experience with telechaplaincy.
This conference gave an overview on current developments in telechaplaincy, and provided an opportunity to acquire and improve practical telechaplaincy competencies, and exchange and network with telechaplains in Europe and North America.
The recording is freely available below as a didactic resource.
The Chaplaincy Innovation Lab is joined by a team of chaplains and researchers to discuss practical tips for implementing telechaplaincy, as well as what growing research says about this significant method of spiritual care.