2019 National HMA Conference Faith Based Approaches to Cultivate Healthier Communities October 11-14, 2019, Erlanger, KY Nursing Continuing Education Update St. Elizabeth Medical Center d.b.a. St. Elizabeth Healthcare is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Commission on Accreditation. ANCC Provider Number P0171. Speakers and planners for [...]
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Not so long ago I was writing a special letter to and on behalf of Health Ministries Association, expressing sorrow and encouragement after the mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA. I’m compelled today to write another such letter, moved by grief, pain, and yes, anger. We have witnessed, or experienced, [...]
The work we do in our health ministries, wherever we offer them, is rooted in relationships. We connect with people whom we serve and help them connect their faith and their health. As we share information to help people make healthy choices, as we refer people to resources that can support their health, as we [...]
LIFE - AFFIRMING CONVERSATIONS Life is an astounding gift! Have you marveled at a sunset lately? Or been amazed that the sun still burns, giving us light and heat and energy? Or been wrapped in the arms of a loved one? Or felt your spirit soar with magnificent music? Or given thanks for/to all who make [...]
The Board of Directors of Health Ministries Association (HMA) is pleased to announce our first-ever Executive Director, Ms. Julie Ruchniewicz, BSN, RN. This new Executive Director position is an exciting step forward in the growth of HMA, and we are confident in the experience and passion Julie brings to the role. Ms. Ruchniewicz has been [...]
Now Available! New Podcast Series for Faith Community Nurses: The Heart and Soul of Caring As announced recently, Catholic Health Initiatives (now part of CommonSpirit Health, one of the nation’s largest health systems) has created a new series of podcasts developed by and for faith community nurses. I know many nurses are not paid for [...]
Religion Member Interest Group, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics The Religion Member Interest Group (RMIG) is a group within the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics,the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals, committed to improving the nation's health and advancing the profession of dietetics through research, education and advocacy. RMIG consists of members [...]
Tackling Mental Health Prejudice and Discrimination - by Temple Collaborative on Community Inclusion. Recommendations and Resources for Peer-Run Programs for People with Mental Health Conditions - This document is designed to provide information on the types of anti-prejudice and anti-discrimination initiatives that these individuals have successfully implemented in the past. Click here to go to [...]
In disaster situations, nurses must care for others while caring for themselves and their family. Texas Nurses Association and Texas Organization of Nurse Executives, with the Johnson & Johnson Foundation, developed Care for the Caregiver to help nurses before, during and after disasters. Visit www.texasnurses.org/c4c to watch videos, download resources and get more information on [...]
The National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) has a Blog for Teens. If your Ministry has you working with teens, the is a valuable resource for you. This weeks post (01/22/19) by Dr. Nora Volow, NIDA Director, announced the kick off of the 2019 National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week. She took part in the [...]