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Summit ’09 Health and Hope NACC Business Meeting. Monday, February 2, 2009 11:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. Who’s Here at Summit ’09?. 336 Registered as NACC. 35 NY 26 MA 25 CA 23 PA 20 WI, OH 19 IL 13 MI, CT 11 MO, OR, IN, N 10 TX 8 LA. 7 MN 6 VA, MD 5 CO, KY, WV 4 WA, AZ, GA

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summit 09 health and hope nacc business meeting

Summit ’09 Health and HopeNACC Business Meeting

Monday, February 2, 2009

11:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.

who s here at summit 09
Who’s Here at Summit ’09?
  • 336 Registered as NACC
numbers by states
35 NY

26 MA

25 CA

23 PA

20 WI, OH

19 IL

13 MI, CT

11 MO, OR, IN, N

10 TX

8 LA

7 MN

6 VA, MD

5 CO, KY, WV

4 WA, AZ, GA

3 KS, OK, IA, NC, SC, NH

2 MT, NE, DE

1 NM, WY, ND, AR, MS, AL, TN, VT, RI, DC

0 AK, HI, ID, NV, UT, SD, ME

Numbers by States
numbers by regions
I – 44(New Eng)

II – 35(NY)

III – 34(PA, NJ)

IV – 20(WV, VA, MD, DE, DC)

V – 17(KY, TN, AL, MS, AR, LA)

VI – 33(MI, OH)

VII – 50(IN, IL, WI)

VIII – 8(MN, ND, SD)

IX – 19(IA, MO, NE, KS)

X – 13(OK, TX)

XI – 25 (CA, NV, HI)

XII – 16(WA, OR, ID, MT, AK)

XIII – 11(WY, UT, CO, NW, AZ)

XIV – 17 (NC, SC, GA, FL)

Numbers by Regions
outcomes
Outcomes
  • Board leadership transition
  • Brief progress update strategic plan
  • Marketplace feedback
  • Summative comments
  • Leave enthused, hopeful, committed
agenda
Agenda

11:00 a.m. Welcome and Prayer

Lunch

11:20 a.m. Leadership Transition

11:35 a.m. Brief “state of affairs”

12:00 p.m. Member exchange

12:30 p.m. Member feedback

12:50 p.m. Summative comments

1:00 p.m. Adjourn

your association value
Your Association: Value
  • Value language
    • How are we committed to creating the long term “value” of the ministry?
    • How do we strengthen the value of and advance the spiritual care ministry profession together?
driver nacc mission
Driver: NACC Mission

What?

  • Advocates for the profession of spiritual care
  • Educates
  • Certifies
  • Supports

Who?

  • chaplains, clinical pastoral educators, and all members to continue the healing ministry of Jesus in the name of the Church
direction strategic plan
Direction: Strategic Plan
  • What does NACC look like in 2012?
    • Vision language –
      • Light of Hope
      • Persistently advocating for those dedicated to spiritual care
  • Your “preferred future”
    • Three driver goals: members, profession, future
    • Two partner goals: Catholics and many others
    • Two resource goals: Board / staff / finances
slide10
GOAL III

To strengthen the NACC’s relationships within the Catholic Church

GOAL V

To engage strategic partners in collaborative work to live out our mission

GOAL IV

To foster growth and unity within diversity in NACC

GOAL II

To promote the profession of Chaplaincy

GOAL I

To support Association members with creative educational, spiritual, and communication opportunities

STRATEGIC GOALS

GOAL VI

To create a financially strong and mission-focused organization

GOAL VII

To enhance board and staff effectiveness

slide11
Governance

Board of Directors

Executive Committee

Governance Committee

Nomination Sub-Committee

Awards Task Force

Finance Committee

Episcopal Advisory

Council

USCCB/CCA

Education/Communication

Education Advisory Panel

State Liaisons

Editorial Advisory Panel

Marketing/Communication Advisory Panel

Conference 2010 Task Force

Certification

Standards Commission

Certification Commission

Certification Appeals Panel

Interview Team Educators

Interviewers

Site Coordinators

Ethics Commission

Ethics Appeals Panel

NACC

Executive Director

National Office Staff

Advancing Chaplaincy

Care Services Task Force

Recruitment Task Force

Metrics Task Force

Education/Credentialing Task Force

CPE Supervisor Task Force

Partnerships

SCC

CHA

The Joint Commission

AGPIM

Pastoral Care Network for Social Responsibility

Red Cross Disaster Network

Plain Views E-Newsletter

NCHPEG

USCCB/CCA Board & Liaison

2009 NACC NOW

goal i education communication
Goal I: Education Communication
  • Education Advisory Panel
  • State Liaisons
  • Local/Regional Gatherings 2008: over 20 with over 600 participants
  • Vision focus: Editorial Advisory Panel
  • NACC Now
  • CPE Supervisor Calls
  • Age Grouping Calls
  • Begin special ministry networking
  • Website
  • More member support: web, liaisons
  • Marketing/Communication Advisory Panel
  • Conference 2010 Task Force
nacc gatherings
March 8 Pittsburgh, PA

April 20 Orlando, FL

May 19 Worchester, MA

May 20 Brooklyn, NY

May 21 Long Island, NY

June 20 Irvine, CA

June 25 San Francisco, CA

July 17 Omaha, NE with APC

September 19-20 Portland, OR

September 25-26 Alexandria, MN

October 17, California NACC Reg. Meeting, Mission Viejo, CA

October 26-27, Green Lake, WI

October 28, Campbell, CA

October 30, Baton Rouge, LA

October 31, Colorado Springs, CO with APC

November 4, St. Louis. MO

November 12, Baltimore, MD

November 15, Nazareth, KY

December 3-4, San Antonio, TX

December 6, Chicago, IL

NACC Gatherings
other gatherings
Other Gatherings
  • May 21 Long Island Chaplains, NY

(Ed presented, NACC members)

  • October 17 Frankfort, IL Provena Health (ED presented, NACC members)
  • October 23 Calvary Hospital Bronx

(ED presented as part of program, NACC members)

  • Other state collaborative gatherings
  • Others?
slide15
Governance

Board of Directors

Executive Committee

Governance Committee

Nomination Sub-Committee

Awards Task Force

Finance Committee

Episcopal Advisory

Council

USCCB/CCA

Education/Communication

Education Advisory Panel

State Liaisons

Editorial Advisory Panel

Marketing/Communication Advisory Panel

Conference 2010 Task Force

Certification

Standards Commission

Certification Commission

Certification Appeals Panel

Interview Team Educators

Interviewers

Site Coordinators

Ethics Commission

Ethics Appeals Panel

NACC

Executive Director

National Office Staff

Advancing Chaplaincy

Care Services Task Force

Recruitment Task Force

Metrics Task Force

Education/Credentialing Task Force

CPE Supervisor Task Force

Partnerships

SCC

CHA

The Joint Commission

AGPIM

Pastoral Care Network for Social Responsibility

Red Cross Disaster Network

Plain Views E-Newsletter

NCHPEG

USCCB/CCA Board & Liaison

2009 NACC NOW

goal ii promote profession
Goal II: Promote Profession

SCC

  • Compensation Study
  • The Joint Commission

CHA

  • Pastoral Care Study
  • Pastoral Care Summit Task Forces
    • Care Services Task Force
    • Recruitment Task Force
    • Metrics Task
    • Education/Credentialing Task Force

CPE Supervisor Task Force

pc task force care services staff development
Linda Arnold

Nancy Conner

Nancy Cook

Theresa Lynch

Mary Lou O'Gorman, Chair

Michele Sakurai

Ed Smink

Jane Smith

David Lichter

BCC Essential Functions

Professional Development Programs

Career ladder

Programs to match revised standards

PC Task Force: Care Services/Staff Development
essential functions bcc
Essential Functions: BCC
  • Provide leadership and education that shapes and supports the culture of spirituality, mission, and values of the organization.
  • Collaborate within his/her department and organizational setting, aligning spiritual care goals and organizational goals.
  • Advocate within their organizations and the communities they serve for justice, human dignity, stewardship of resources, quality, excellence, and safety.
  • Design, implement, and assess a variety of programsacross the continuum of care that address diverse religious, cultural, and spiritual needs of clients and staff.
  • Provide effective spiritual care as part of an interdisciplinary team that contributes to the wellbeing of staff, patients/clients, and their families.
  • Document a spiritual assessment, intervention, and plan of care.
  • Promote the dignity of the human person through ethical decision making and work within their institutional ethics process to meet the needs of a variety of settings.
  • Create and facilitate rituals for individuals/groups and organizational needs.
  • Facilitate patient/clinic groups to provide support during life/health crises and empower individuals/families and staff to utilize resources for healing.
pc taskforce recruitment
Laura Richter Co-Chair

John Wallenhorst Co-chair

Mary Feeley

Tom Butler

Karen Helfenstein

David Lichter

Jim Castello

Vicki Farley

Blair Holtey

Michelle Lemiesz

Bridget Deegan-Krause

Jim Hoff

Michael Adamson

Cindy Bridges

Messages

Audiences

Strategies

Stories

FAQ’s

Power Point

Brochures

Video

PC Taskforce: Recruitment
pc task force metrics
Leszek Baczkura Chair

Linda Bronersky

Joan Bumpus

Bonnie Burnett

Nancy Conner

Larry Ehren

Mary Heintzkill

Julie Jones

Allison Jordan

Dean Marek

John Pollack

Karen Pugliese

Marie Puleo

Bartholomew Rodrigues

Rose Shandrow

Robert Shuford

Paige Toller

Larry VandeCreek

Mary Whetstone

Patient Satisfaction Question

Associate Satisfaction Question

Measurement Approaches

PC Task Force: Metrics
pc taskforce education credentialing
Rose Mary Boyd

Linda Bronersky

Kathy Brown

Barbara Brumleve

Harry Byrne

Susanne Chawszczewski

Robert O’Gorman

Sr. Claudia Riehl

David Lichter Chair

Graduate Theological Program/NACC Standards for Certification

Models of cooperation between HC and Grad Programs

CPE Programs

PC Taskforce: Education/ Credentialing
goal iv growth unity recruitment
Goal IV: Growth/Unity (Recruitment)
  • Website: Consider Chaplaincy
  • Materials
    • Stories, FAQ’s, Power Point
    • Brochure
  • Partnerships (systems, schools)
  • Member Interest
  • More brochures and a video
goal iii catholic relations
Goal III Catholic Relations
  • Episcopal Advisory Council
  • Endorsement
  • USCCB/CCA
  • Co-workers in the Vineyards
  • April 2008 National Ministry Summit
goal v strategic partners
Goal V Strategic Partners
  • Spiritual Care Collaborative
  • CHAUSA
  • AGPIM
  • Systems/hospitals
institutional healthcare partners
Institutional Healthcare Partners
  • Institutional Partner
    • Ascension Health
  • Institutional Endorser
    • Catholic Health Initiatives
  • Institutional Supporter
    • Trinity Health
    • Bon Secours Health System
    • Catholic Healthcare Partners
slide26
Governance

Board of Directors

Executive Committee

Governance Committee

Nomination Sub-Committee

Awards Task Force

Finance Committee

Episcopal Advisory

Council

USCCB/CCA

Education/Communication

Education Advisory Panel

State Liaisons

Editorial Advisory Panel

Marketing/Communication Advisory Panel

Conference 2010 Task Force

Certification

Standards Commission

Certification Commission

Certification Appeals Panel

Interview Team Educators

Interviewers

Site Coordinators

Ethics Commission

Ethics Appeals Panel

NACC

Executive Director

National Office Staff

Advancing Chaplaincy

Care Services Task Force

Recruitment Task Force

Metrics Task Force

Education/Credentialing Task Force

CPE Supervisor Task Force

Partnerships

SCC

CHA

The Joint Commission

AGPIM

Pastoral Care Network for Social Responsibility

Red Cross Disaster Network

Plain Views E-Newsletter

NCHPEG

USCCB/CCA Board & Liaison

2009 NACC NOW

goal vi finance
Goal VI Finance
  • Financial Committee/Financial Model
  • Institutional Partners
  • Annual Appeal
  • Giving Options on Website
  • Resource Development Advisory Council
  • Explore with SCC
09 summit nacc events sponsors
’09 Summit NACC Events Sponsors

Co-Sponsors NACC Breakfast

  • Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System
  • Catholic Healthcare Partners

Co-Sponsor NACC Retreat

  • Bon Secours Health System
goal vii board
Goal VII Board
  • Leadership
    • Governance Structure
    • Ongoing formation and plan focus
    • Roles, responsibilities, criteria
    • Succession – Nomination Sub-Committee
    • Membership involvement
  • Staff
    • Re-organization
goal vii staff reorganization
Certification Education

Susanne Chawszczewski

Coordinator

Rose Mary Blanco-AlvaradoCertification

Becky Evans

Certification/Renewals

Administrative Specialist

Education Programs

Association Support

Cindy Bridges

Coordinator

Phil Paradowski

Web, Special Projects

Mary Pawicz

Membership Service

Laurie Hansen Cardona

Vision

Sue Walker - Finance

Goal VII – Staff (Reorganization)
slide31
Governance

Board of Directors

Executive Committee

Governance Committee

Nomination Sub-Committee

Awards Task Force

Finance Committee

Episcopal Advisory

Council

USCCB/CCA

Education/Communication

Education Advisory Panel

State Liaisons

Editorial Advisory Panel

Marketing/Communication Advisory Panel

Conference 2010 Task Force

Certification

Standards Commission

Certification Commission

Certification Appeals Panel

Interview Team Educators

Interviewers

Site Coordinators

Ethics Commission

Ethics Appeals Panel

NACC

Executive Director

National Office Staff

Advancing Chaplaincy

Care Services Task Force

Recruitment Task Force

Metrics Task Force

Education/Credentialing Task Force

CPE Supervisor Task Force

Partnerships

SCC

CHA

The Joint Commission

AGPIM

Pastoral Care Network for Social Responsibility

Red Cross Disaster Network

Plain Views E-Newsletter

NCHPEG

USCCB/CCA Board & Liaison

2009 NACC NOW

member exchange
Member Exchange
  • Our spiritual care ministry: What am I proudest of? What is my major challenge?
  • What should we (NACC) keep doing?
  • What should we (NACC) decrease or stop doing?
  • What should be our (NACC) top priority for 2009-2010?
  • What should be our state/region top priority for 2009-2010?
thank you to all

Thank you to all!

Summit ’09

Health and Hope

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