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Assuring that Spiritual Care Departments Survive & Thrive in the emerging healthcare environment

Spiritual Care Initiative for Professional Excellence (SCIPE) e-News (Formerly the Ideal Intervention Project e-Newsletter) Volume 7, Numbers 1-2            Winter-Spring 2014         John J. (Jack) Gleason, Editor The Problem: A Broken US Health Care System To “put it in a nutshell,” the USRead More…

Bob Green retires from UnityPoint – Des Moines

Bob Green has retired from UnityPoint – Des Moines, IA and will be splitting his time between his homes in Missouri and Florida.  He is going to take some time before deciding whether he will continue doing CPE as an “active retired”.  Bob contributed significantly to the North Central RegionRead More…

Congratulations New Candidate Mary Foley!

Our congratulations to Mary Foley, Advocate BroMenn, Normal, IL whose request for Candidacy was granted by the regional certification committee at their meeting in Chicago, Friday, March 7th. We also congratulate Ida-Regina Lucas Oliver and Joseph Yao Kotay, who were both granted extensions of Candidacy.  Ida-Regina and Joseph are bothRead More…

NCR Associate Supervisor Karen Hutt’s Theory Papers Honored

Karen Hutt has been informed that the readers’ panel for Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry has selected her theory papers as the ACPE Theory Papers of the Year to be publish in the upcoming Volume 34. Our congratulations to Karen!!

Death of former SES Del Shinabarger

It is with great sadness that we report the death of former SES Del Shinabarger.  His obituary follows and includes a link through which condolences and memories can be shared with the family.  (The regional office can provide a home address on request.  We are hesitant to publish it onRead More…

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