Click here for more information Speakers Alyson J. Breisch, MSN, RN-BC, Faith Community Nurse Owner & Nursing Consultant, Breisch Health Education, PLLC Sara Hubbell, DNP, MSN, APRN, NP-C, FCN Assistant Professor UNC-CH School of Nursing Click here for more information on speakers Learning Outcomes Assess the challenges and level of comfort in providing spiritual care in clinical settings. Discuss applications of evidence-based spiritual approaches for supporting patients and their families. Apply spiritual self-wellness activities. Apply spiritual interventions for diverse groups of patients and families.Friday, February 3, 2016 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The William and Ida Friday Center Being Fully Present: Spiritual Care for Self and Others Are you comfortable providing spiritual care to your patients? Do you find it difficult to address the spiritual needs and concerns of your patients over the course of your busy day? Join us to learn and practice spiritual interventions that can be tailored to fit your patients’ and patients’ family needs. In addition to promoting the health, well-being, and spirituality of your patients, these same interventions can be used to improve your own self-care and emotional health and to reduce burnout! You will engage in self-wellness and spiritual support activities that you can use in your practice, regardless of the setting – the hospital, hospice, long term care, home health, outpatient, and communities. We will discuss meeting spiritual needs and incorporating religious rituals and beliefs that you may encounter in diverse populations of North Carolina. You will learn how to provide evidence-based spiritual interventions that can be used to promote positive outcomes for your patients!