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Title: Mission Integration and Spiritual Care: Working Together to Create a Spiritually Centered, Holistic Culture


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Mission Integration and Spiritual Care Working
Together to Create a Spiritually Centered,
Holistic Culture
Spiritual Care Champions March 2012
2
Todays Presenters
  • Sr. Maureen McGuire, DC
  • Senior Vice President of Mission Integration,
    Ascension Health
  • Executive Vice President of Mission, Ascension
    Health Alliance
  • Co-Dean of Leadership Academy
  • Laura Richter
  • Director, Workplace Spirituality
  • Director, Mission Integration, System Office

3
Objectives for todays presentation
  • Participants will learn how Mission Integration
    and Spiritual Care departments share the
    responsibility for creating a spiritually
    centered, holistic culture.
  • We will discuss the roles, responsibilities and
    competencies assigned to Mission Leaders and
    Spiritual Care personnel (chaplains and
    directors).
  • Understand how these roles are complementary and
    each has a specific set of goals to achieve.

4
Ascension Health Mission
  • Rooted in the loving ministry of Jesus as healer,
    we commit ourselves to serving all persons with
    special attention to those who are poor and
    vulnerable.
  • Our Catholic health ministry is dedicated to
    spiritually centered, holistic care which
    sustains and improves the health of individuals
    and communities.
  • We are advocates for a compassionate and just
    society through our actions and our words.

5
Our Values
We are called to Service of the
Poor Generosity of spirit, especially for
persons most in need Reverence
Respect and compassion for the dignity and
diversity of life Integrity Inspiring trust
through personal leadership Wisdom Integrating
excellence and stewardship Creativity Courageous
innovation Dedication Affirming the hope and joy
of our ministry
6
Theology of Mission and Ministry
  • Our Ministry is an active service done on
    behalf of the Church with and in the community
    in Jesus name as an expressionof Gods
    presence on earth.

7
The Way We Speak of our Call and Identity
  • We are a ministry of the Catholic Church,
    committed to continuing the healing mission of
    Jesus.
  • Each person in the healing ministry is
    responsible for continuing the healing mission in
    their work every day.

8
Constitutive Elements of Our Identity
  • The constitutive elements of Catholic
  • Identity emphasize various dimensions
  • of what it means to be and to act
  • as a ministry of the Catholic Church.

9
Constitutive Elements of Our Identity
  • Promote and Defend Human Dignity
  • Promote the Common Good
  • Steward Resources
  • Act on Behalf of Justice
  • Care for Poor Vulnerable Persons
  • Attend to the Whole Person
  • Act in Communion with the Church

10
Mission Integration
  • The goal of Mission Integration is to build our
    capacity to be ministry. Mission Integration
    makes our identity as ministry evident in all
    aspects
  • of service, with special focus on those most in
    need
  • of organizational life and structure
  • of culture
  • of leadership
  • and therefore of individual experience on the
    part of patients and families as well as of
    associates.

11
Mission Integration is everyones responsibility
12
But certain groups are more responsible for
particular elements
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Mission IntegrationRoles and Responsibilities
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Vice President for Mission Integration
  • As a Senior Executive leader, the Vice President
    for Mission Integration leads and collaborates in
    strategy and development for
  • Values-based culture
  • Formation
  • Workplace spirituality
  • Model Community/Human Resources
  • Ethics - clinical, corporate, and organizational
  • Care of persons living in poverty, community
    benefit
  • Spiritual care

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The Mission Integration Role
  • Is a senior leadership position, to influence
    issues at the highest level.
  • Works collaboratively with other areas to
    integrate mission into all aspects of ministry,
    including
  • Human Resource practices
  • Hospital policies/procedures
  • Helps create infrastructure for spiritually
    centered, holistic care

17
CHA Revised Mission Leadership Competency Model
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Qualifications to be a Mission Leader
  • Masters Level degree in theology or related field
  • Experience in a hospital setting
  • Serving as a member of an administrative team
  • Competencies mentioned in last slide

19
Spiritual CareRoles and Responsibilities
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Spiritual Care
  • Spiritual Care departments can be found in all
    Catholic Health Ministries.
  • Chaplains provide spiritual care for patients,
    their families and associates.
  • They also foster culture that supports
    spirituality through services, participation in
    committees and specific services.

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Common Standards (Competencies) for Professional
Chaplaincy
  • Qualifications for a chaplain
  • Be in good standing with own faith tradition.
  • Have undergraduate degree as well as graduate
    level theological degree from accredited school.
  • Have 4 units of CPE.

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Possess Theory of Pastoral Care
  • Articulate theory of spiritual care that is
    integrated with theory of pastoral practice.
  • Incorporate working knowledge of psychological
    and sociological disciplines with religious
    beliefs.
  • Incorporate spiritual and emotional dimensions of
    human development.
  • Incorporate working knowledge of ethics.
  • Articulate conceptual understanding of group
    dynamics and organizational behavior.

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Identity and Conduct
  • Function pastorally in manner that respects
    physical, emotional and spiritual boundaries of
    others.
  • Use pastoral authority appropriately.
  • Identify ones professional strengths and
    limitations in provision of spiritual care.
  • Articulate ways in which ones feelings,
    attitudes, value and assumptions affect ones
    pastoral care.
  • Advocate for persons in ones care.

25
Identity and Conduct continued
  • Function within Common code of ethics.
  • Attend to ones own physical, emotional and
    spiritual well being.
  • Communicate effectively orally and in writing.
  • Present oneself in a manner that reflects
    professional behavior.

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Pastoral Competencies
  • Establish, deepen and end pastoral relationships
    with sensitivity, openness and respect.
  • Provide effective pastoral support to patients,
    families and staff.
  • Provide pastoral care that respects diversity and
    differences (gender, culture, orientation,
    religion, etc.).
  • Triage and manage crises.
  • Provide pastoral care to those experiencing grief
    and loss.

27
Pastoral Competencies continued
  • Formulate and utilize spiritual assessments to
    contribute to plans of care.
  • Provide religious and spiritual resources.
  • Develop, coordinate and facilitate public
    worship/spiritual practices.
  • Facilitate theological reflection in practice of
    pastoral care.

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Professional
  • Promote pastoral care into life and service of
    the institution.
  • Establish and maintain professional and
    interdisciplinary relationships.
  • Articulate understanding of institutional culture
    and systems and systemic relationships.
  • Support, promote and encourage ethical decision
    making.
  • Document care effectively in records.
  • Foster collaborative relationship with
    clergy/faith group leaders.

29
Chaplains and Leaders
  • Chaplains Leaders
  • - direct care - administrative responsibility
  • Provide bedside care - ensure care is provided
    across the ministry
  • Serve on committees - ensure pastoral care is
    represented in all areas
  • Live out duties of dept. - ensure scheduling
    meets dept. demands

30
How Mission and Spiritual Care Work Together
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These groups have specific responsibilities for
Mission Integration
  • Clinical Ethics
  • Organizational ethics
  • Culture building
  • Administrative presence
  • Organizational role
  • Culture building
  • Direct Spiritual Care
  • Organizational role
  • Culture building

32
How do Mission Integration and Spiritual Care
work together to create a spiritually centered
culture?
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Mission Leadership Competencies and Pastoral
Care Leadership
Mission Competency Pastoral Care Practice
Strategic leader Pastoral Care is positioned as a direct contributor to the mission, strategy and priorities of the organization
Prophetic leader Pastoral Care supports integration of holistic care principles in care delivery
Formational leader Pastoral Care is engaged as partner and resource in appropriate formation initiatives
34
Mission Leadership Competencies and Pastoral
Care Theology
Mission Competency Pastoral Care Practice
Pastoral Theology Pastoral Care promotes and supports theological reflection throughout the organization
Understandings of Church Pastoral Care expresses the ecclesial dimension of organizational ministry through pastoral contacts, development of lay leadership, ecumenical and interfaith initiatives, promotion of healthcare-based pastoral care as a dimension of diocesan ministry
Canon Law Practices related to sacramental, worship and pastoral outreach reflect ecclesial expectations and norms
35
Mission Leadership Competencies and Pastoral
Care Spirituality
Mission Competency Pastoral Care Practice
Personal Spirituality Mission and Pastoral Care create opportunities for mutual support, learning, development
Communal Spirituality Pastoral Care collaborates in building awareness and integration of the sponsor charism partnership in the development of workplace spirituality
Spirituality of Change Mission and Pastoral Care partner to identify and address stressors that affect staff and organizational culture
36
Mission Leadership Competencies and Pastoral
Care Ethics
Mission Competency Pastoral Care Practice
Organizational Ethics Front line awareness of the culture in action insights regarding the stated vs. lived values of the organization
Justice Advocates for vulnerable patients and families, congruency of values and practice within the organization
Clinical Ethics Front line for identifying issues, advocating for patients, families, staff, networking with physicians and others to support good practice
37
Mission Leadership Competencies and Pastoral
Care Organizational Management
Mission Competency Pastoral Care Practice
Communication and Collaboration Partners in the creation of an effective network of communication and relationship at every level of the organization
Business Pastoral Care contributes in a measurable way to the business success of the organization
Management Collaboration with Mission in staff development, succession planning, congruency of departmental and organizational priorities
38
How Mission Supports Spiritual Care
  • Provides administrative oversight for Spiritual
    Care department.
  • Ensures department is well represented, can
    support department and ensure they have access to
    all groups within the ministry.
  • Obtains budget and provides support for Spiritual
    Care needs.
  • Can work collaboratively on joint projects like
    associate orientations, spirituality initiatives
    and other programs.

39
Working Collaboratively Together
  • Clinical Ethics
  • Organizational ethics
  • Culture building
  • Administrative presence
  • Organizational role
  • Culture building
  • Direct Spiritual Care
  • Organizational role
  • Culture building

40
Some examples of how we work together to
accomplish goals
  • Formation
  • Mission Integration
  • Develops plan for formation at all levels and
    desired outcomes
  • Plans certain formation programs to achieve goals
  • May do formation activities for certain groups
  • Spiritual Care
  • Provides theological reflection as part of work,
    for patients, families and associates.
  • May work with Mission to lead some formation
    activities

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How we work together to accomplish goals
  • Workplace Spirituality
  • Mission Integration
  • Develops plan for workplace spirituality at all
    levels
  • Ensures staff have access to offerings and that
    spirituality is part of the culture
  • May provide spiritual activities for certain
    groups
  • Spiritual Care
  • May work with Mission to lead certain workplace
    spirituality initiatives that touch patients and
    families (prayer shawls, memorial services, No
    One Dies Alone) as well as staff (retreat days,
    blessing of the hands, etc.)

42
Some questions to consider
  • How do Mission Integration and Spiritual Care
    work collaboratively in your institution?
  • What are roles that are distinct for each of
    these groups?
  • Where is there some overlap between groups?

43
Resources
  • CHA Mission Leader Competencies
  • http//www.chausa.org/missionleadercompetencies/
  • Spiritual Care Common Standards
  • http//www.spiritualcarecollaborative.org/standard
    s_of_practice.asp
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