Please note there is now one place available in St Vincent’s University Hospital programme commencing 8th of January 2018. Contact email@example.com for further information
At Daniel’s Nuzum conferral today with the degree of Master in Theology (first class honours) following his research on Healthcare Ethics from Catholic Church teaching.
Professor Michael Mullaney President of St Patrick’s College, Maynooth and with Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Chancellor of The Pontifical University, St Patrick’s College, Maynooth.
Details of a new course, introducing Healthcare Professionals to the CPE Methodology, has just been launched in Cork.
The course is aimed at all Healthcare professionals with direct clinical care and College Staff.
It has been accredited by the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (Ireland) Ltd.
Approved for CPD/CME by:
Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland : Category 1, 30 CEUs
RCPI : 30 CPD points (live educational event).
A Certificate of Completion will be awarded by UCC in conjunction with ACPE (Ireland).
Details from :
For further information contact:
Dr Daniel Nuzum firstname.lastname@example.org
Centre for CPD email@example.com Phone: (021) 490 2872
The AGM of ACPE(Ireland) took place in Dublin on Friday 29th September
At the meeting the Company noted with regret the resignations of two colleagues who over the years had made important contributions to the life and development of ACPE(Ireland) and to Pastoral Education. Kathleen O’Connor, formerly at Cork University Hospital and St Theresa Kilmurray, formerly at St Vincent’s University Hospital were in their time Company Secretary and Treasurer of the body. Unanimously the members expressed their deep appreciation for the years of dedication by two valued colleagues to pastoral ministry training
ACPE(Ireland) Ltd at the AGM continued its reflective and active work in the area of Governance, following its recent accreditation
Going forward for the next year the officers of the Company will be Bruce Pierce (Chairperson), Aileen Walsh (Company Secretary) and Catherine Kennan (Treasurer). Gratitude was expressed to the Administrator Danielle Browne for her diligence and warmth.
The Annual General Meeting of ACPE(Ireland) Ltd takes places on Friday 29th. Following the AGM, a business meeting will take place. As an addition to the programme there will be two sessions of CPD on “An Approach to Ethics within the Context of a CPE Programme” led by Daniel Nuzum and “Competency Based Evaluation” led by Catherine Keenan and Aileen Walsh. The overall meeting ends at Lunchtime Saturday
Ministry of Hope
A new television series starts on RTE One on Thursday September 28 at 10.15 pm.
Ministry of Hope is an uplifting and compelling series, sharing moments of joy, exhilaration and crisis with the men and women whose job it is to bring faith, hope and love to strangers in three very different Irish institutions.
This powerful and inspiring observational series follows three Irish chaplains over a whole year, as they reach out to people at their moments of greatest vulnerability, to counsel, inspire and care for them.
Margaret Sleator was the first ever lay chaplain in Dublin’s Mater Misericordiae Hospital when she started 13 years ago. Catherine Black is the new chaplain in Shelton Abbey Open Prison in Arklow, Co Wicklow. And Philip McKinley is the Church of Ireland member of a new multi–denominational chaplaincy team serving 17,000 students from all over the world at Dublin City University.
Their jobs are to give guidance, support and inspiration: to patients facing illness and death; to prisoners seeking redemption; and to students struggling with campus life. Their vocations are all steeped in deep faith. But, in an increasingly secular Ireland, the programme asks why we still rely on religious chaplains to shepherd us through life’s challenges?
In the first episode of Ministry of Hope, Margaret Sleator supports Sean O’Keeffe whose wife, Margaret, is critically ill in the Mater hospital. With their son, Jack, Sean is praying for a miracle, but the chaplain must also prepare them for the worst. In DCU, Philip McKinley helps first year students like 19 year old Aisha Siwar settle into university life at the start of term. Meanwhile, in Shelton Abbey Open Prison, Catherine Black counsels 33 year old David whose release date is approaching fast, knowing that the outside world can be just as challenging as prison itself.
Philip McKinley was appointed in 2015 as part of a brand new multi–denominational chaplaincy team to serve DCU’s hugely diverse population of students. He’s a layman with a passion for music, which has become a useful focus for activities in the Interfaith Centre at the heart of the Glasnevin Campus.