Registration Open for Compassion Fatigue Virtual Symposium

Wayne E. Oates Institute, Compassion Fatigue Virtual Symposium – Registration Deadline: February 8, 2021 An Online Symposium presented by Oates Institute, comprising 8 live one-hour presentations by multidisciplinary speakers. REGISTER HERE WHEN:February 9, 2021 – February 23, 2021 Purpose: To engage professional spiritual caregivers, chaplains, and other medical and mental health professions in a practical approach…

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Registration Open for June’s Symposium on Trauma-Informed Spiritual Care

WHAT: Trauma-Informed Spiritual Care: Help for the Ongoing Trauma and Aftermath of COVID-19 An Online Symposium presented by Oates Institute, comprising 8 live one-hour presentations by multidisciplinary speakers. REGISTER HERE WHEN: June 2 – 12, 2020 Live presentations will take place at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. EST. Recordings will also be made available to participants. FOR: Spiritual…

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COVIC-19 Resources

We all know the importance of debriefing our feelings and thoughts about stressful events. This process allows us to release emotions that we hold in check while ministering to those in spiritual crisis. Further, it provides an opportunity to share what kinds of things are being done in different settings. We invite persons whether members…

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Feelings in Spiritual Care

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This course will be starting Tuesday, September 10th. Overview: Spiritual caregivers are presented with all forms of spiritual distress. Each spiritual caregiver has developed techniques or ways of relating to persons suffering from various spiritual issues such as grief, loss, loneliness, guilt, shame, any much more. Ways of relating and providing care differ from one…

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Dr. E. Glenn Hinson Named 2018 Wayne E. Oates Award Recipient

Dr. E. Glenn Hinson is the 2018 Wayne E. Oates Award Recipient. The Oates Awards Banquet will be held Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6 p.m. (gathering and heavy hors d’oeuvres) with the program following shortly after a 7 p.m., at the Crescent Hill Baptist Church Fellowship Hall at 2200 Frankfort Avenue in Louisville. UPDATE:…

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Registration Open for May’s Symposium on the Opioid Crisis

The Oates Institute is proud to announce our May Symposium – “Addressing the Opioid Crisis: Integrative Medicine & Spiritual Care Implications” – a two-week course worth 20 continuing education units that will be taught over 10-13 interactive online webinars, plus discussion forum reflection and interaction. Register as a member on the Oates website for just…

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The New Oates.org is Live!

Welcome to a new day at the Wayne Oates Institute. Our new online learning experience is live and ready for you to see! Navigate over to Oates.org and see the improved design and user experience for our online learning community. Be sure to visit the “How to Use This Site” link at the very top…

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