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PHC Spirituality Conference - Life Lessons from the Deathbed

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Published on May 4, 2012

Life Lessons from the Deathbed: What Happens When We Allow Our Patients to be Our Teachers - Speaker: Rev. Philip Weaver, CPE Supervisor, Providence Health Care

About the Speaker: Philip Weaver loves stories. One summer, while working in Northern Ontario, he managed to read 100 novels in 100 days. None of them was named "War and Peace" although themes of conflict and reconciliation often feature in the stories he has heard during more than two decades of providing spiritual care in mental health, hospice and hospital settings in Canada and the US. In addition, Philip is certified as a Specialist in Pastoral Care and a Teaching Supervisor (Associate) by the Canadian Association for Spiritual Care. He is the Director of the Clinical Pastoral Education program at Providence Health Care and teaches post graduate students interested in learning the art and science of spiritual care. Philip has been an external consultant to others looking to assess and re-structure their pastoral care services, and has recently been part of a working group assisting the Ministry of Health to establish provincial guidelines for spiritual and religious care.

Providence Health Care hosted its 4th Biennial Spirituality Conference titled "Spirituality: The Invisible Ingredient in Health and Healing, bringing together a wide range of experts from psychologists, bioethicists, specialists in pastoral care and more.

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