Spiritual Care Grand Rounds

What: SCA’s Spiritual Care Grand Round Series are regularly scheduled 90-minute long webinars from experts with learning objectives that can be applied immediately to one’s professional practice. During the live webinar participants can ask questions via chat. The curriculum covers important aspects of relevant topics in blocks of two to four webinars.


Who should attend: Chaplains, community clergy, physicians, nurses, and social workers involved in the spiritual-related needs of patients, their families and staff in the range of health care settings, prisons, work, and in the community at large.


Continuing Education hours: Participants in a live webinar session will receive 1.5 hours and a certificate of completion. Some webinars are eligible for CNEs as well.


Live Webinar Registration Fee: $20.00 (includes a recorded version of the webinar, CEU certificate, and copies of materials if applicable).


For more information: please contact Cindy Melero at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Webcast requirements: A computer with Internet access and speakers or headphones is required for the webcast; phone lines provide audio access only. Webcasts are priced per computer terminal, not per participant. You may invite as many colleagues to join you as can fit into your conference space or cluster around your computer.



Past Webinars

Review Past Spiritual Care Grand Round webinar from our catalog:

Complimentary Webinar

Advocacy for Spiritual Care in a Changing Political Environment

M. Todd Tuten
Senior Policy Advisor, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Discussion on the important role of spiritual care advocates in shaping public policies related to health care, as well as the outlook for legislative and regulatory action and the potential agendas of the new Administration and the next Congress.


Additional Educational Resources

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