2014 Clergy Institute at Saint Francis Hospital
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Morning and Afternoon sessions available
Speaker: John Hardt, PhD.
Vice President and Associate Provost, Loyola University Health System and Health Sciences Division
Presence Saint Francis Hospital
355 Ridge Avenue, Evanston
Registration is required for this free program. To register, please call 847.316.2257 and provide the following:
- Your name, affiliation, address and phone number
- Morning or Afternoon program
- If you will join us for a complimentary lunch and whether you require a kosher meal
Monday, May 12, 2014
Please select to attend either the morning or the afternoon session.
|8 to 8:45 a.m.||Registration for Morning Session Complimentary Breakfast|
|8:45 to 11:55 a.m.||Morning Session|
|Noon to 1 p.m.||Registration for Afternoon Session Complimentary Lunch (networking opportunity for participants of both sessions)|
|1 to 4:15 p.m.||Afternoon Session|
Order of Events:
- Welcome and Introductions
- The Loss of Time in Contemporary Healthcare
- Thinking Theologically about Time in Healthcare
- Finding a Way Forward: Applications and Observations Through Case Studies
- Question and Answer
Amidst a rapidly changing healthcare environment characterized by increasing economic pressures, time has become a commodity in increasingly short supply. This compression of time has significant ramifications for professional well-being and the care of patients. Join us for this important program, which considers the role of clergy in redeeming time as a necessary component for fostering patient care and promoting a sense of vocation in the healthcare professions.
About our Speaker
John Hardt, PhD.
John Hardt, Ph.D., is the vice president and associate provost for mission integration at Loyola University Health System (LUHS) and Health Sciences Division. Prior to joining LUHS, Hardt served for four years as an assistant to Loyola University president Michael Garanzini, S.J., where his work focused on the maintenance and growth of the university's mission. In his current role at LUHS, John provides oversight for pastoral care and ethics services in addition to supporting the mission and identity of LUHS as a Jesuit, Catholic healthcare system.
About the Clergy Institute
Spanning more than 30 years, the Clergy Institute is an annual interfaith conference coordinated by the spiritual services department of Presence Saint Francis Hospital. The Clergy Institute is grateful to the hospital's Keystone Founders Society for making this annual conference possible.
After attending the Clergy Institute, participants will be able to:
- Understand the compression of time in the current healthcare environment.
- Identify theological resources for mitigating the compression of time and its negative effects on patients and health care professionals.
- Develop resources for assisting patients and caregivers in redeeming time as a means to improve patient care and professional satisfaction.