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Podcast #19: Saul Ebema, President, Hospice Chaplaincy

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Hospice News Reporter Holly Vossel sits down with Saul Ebema, president of Hospice Chaplaincy, to discuss ways that hospice chaplains can bridge gaps to underserved communities in this latest episode. The post Podcast #19: Saul Ebema, President, Hospice Chaplaincy appeared first on Hospice News.

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Spiritual Care Key to Addressing Disparities Among Underserved Black Communities

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Spirituality plays a key role in end-of-life decisions among African Americans, making hospice chaplains a significant part of reaching these populations, according to Saul Ebema, president of Illinois-based Hospice Chaplaincy. Faith is very important to African Americans,” Ebema told Hospice News.

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Third Season Episode 15: Saul and Joe reflect on reaching 100 episodes of The Hospice Chaplaincy Show

Hospice Chaplaincy

In this episode, Saul and Joe reflect on the 100 published episodes of The Hospice Chaplaincy Show and reaching global listenership in 50 countries.

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COMING SOON! Season Three of the Hospice Chaplaincy Show Podcast

Hospice Chaplaincy

We are currently recording new episodes for Season Three of the Hospice Chaplaincy Show. If you want to share your Continue Reading.

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Hospices Welcome Expanded Chaplain Services Codes, Seek Clarity on Applicability

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VA facilities could no longer include chaplains in their clinical count, and the agency’s funds were insufficient to keep them in the administrative count, according to Saul Ebema, president of Illinois-based Hospice Chaplaincy.

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Culture, Compensation, Education Are Keys to Hospice Chaplain Turnover

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Hospice chaplains are being asked to do more with less time and resources available, which can adversely affect the quality of spiritual care, according to Saul Ebema, president of Illinois-based Hospice Chaplaincy. When someone is overwhelmed, it is impossible for them to provide quality care.”.

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Fourth Season Episode 1:A Conversation with David Hugger

Hospice Chaplaincy

Welcome to our first episode of season 4 of the Hospice Chaplaincy Show. In this episode, Saul talks to David Hugger who is a retired hospice chaplain. David is also a podcaster and the author of two hospice books. His first book, “Hospice Is a […]