In Part 4 of our series on palliative care I share an interview with Stephanie Ryu a palliative care chaplain. She’ll discuss her role providing spiritual support to patients with advanced illness.
Learn more about palliative care here.
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In this presentation Stephanie Ryu will discuss her role as a chaplain on the palliative care team.
You will learn:
- How the work of a palliative care chaplain differs from other chaplaincy work
- The role of spiritual care in the whole-person approach to illness and healing
- The importance of spirituality at the end of life
- How chaplains assist patients of all religions and those who follow no religion
Stephanie Ryu is a graduate of St. Xavier University and Fuller Theological Seminary. She completed CPE Residency at Providence St. Joseph – Burbank in 2012-13 along with a 6-month fellowship in hospice and palliative care. She now serves as a Palliative Care Chaplain for Providence Health and Services.
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