Pam Hallmark

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Palliative care chaplains are specially trained and skilled. In completing my own educational work, I concentrated in pastoral skills related to loss and bereavement, family systems, and religious and cultural diversity. During and following my 3 year Master’s program, I held 3 internships (totaling 13 months), and will be completing my 4th CPE Unit in August, which equals 400 hours of Clinical Pastoral Education and 1200 hours of direct pastoral/spiritual care of patients, families, and staff. To engage in the formal certification process requires an additional 18-24 months of intensive reflection and writing in preparation to prove and defend the 29 competencies.

Learn more about Pam Hallmark on the Chaplain Residents page.

Number of Posts: 3
Contributor Since: 5/5/2014
Favorite Category: Advances in Care

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Understanding What Palliative Care Means

June 30, 2016
Palliative Care Offers Care and Support Through Every Stage of Chronic Illness

Avoiding Patient Falls

June 04, 2014
How NHRMC is using Lean to reduce patient falls.

NHRMC will respond to the market challenges - and succeed

May 05, 2014
NHRMC President and CEO, Jack Barto describes how NHRMC is using Lean methodology to respond to...
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