CPE residency and fellowship at VA Puget Sound Health Care System
Experience clinical spiritual care knowing in an intercultural and interfaith setting. VA Puget Sound Health Care System stands at the center of military and medical resources in the Pacific Northwest. University of Washington medical trainees and medical homeowners and fellows from various specializeds turn in between UW Medical facility, VA Puget Sound Medical Centers and Harborview Medical Center (Level 1 injury). Dealing with these trainees improves our CPE knowing procedure. We provide cross-program didactics, experience with intricate spiritual cases and increased understanding of military and seasoned culture. The culture of VA Puget Sound highly highlights mentor in all disciplines connected to healthcare– this is a mentor health center. The approach within VA Puget Sound regularly highlights a group method to client care.
We consider our CPE program to be groundbreaking, utilizing imaginative and ingenious approaches of finding out to inform pastors to supply pertinent pastoral, in not just the essentials of listening abilities and reflective reactions, however likewise attending to: ethical injury, Trauma (PTSD), Terrible Brain Injury (TBI), drug abuse, gerontology and spine injury medical issues of our specific client population. In addition, trainees can experience the more basic specializeds of a big city health center: oncology, telemetry and heart care system, medical and surgical systems, extensive care system, rehab, and behavioral health.
The VA Puget Sound Health Care System ACPE program is certified for all levels of ACPE, consisting of intern, extern, local, fellow and accredited teacher training. All trainees are under the careful eye of personnel preceptors who deal with trainees as they establish their pastoral care abilities and their designated ACPE manager who partners with the trainee in this special curriculum.
Residency and fellowship positions for 2023
VA Puget Sound Health Care System will be looking for prospects for the following positions for the scholastic year, starting August 15, 2023 through August 19, 2024:
- 3 residency positions that will turn in between geriatrics, vital care, and Spine Injury (SCI) center
- 4 fellowship positions in geriatrics, drug abuse treatment, psychological health and palliative/hospice Care
Requirements for candidates to this program:
- U.S. citizenship
- Totally immunized (or licensed waiver)
- Master of Divinity from a recognized academy
- One system of finished CPE
Special advantages of this chance
Here are a few of the advantages of VA Puget Sound’s CPE program:
- Citizens:$ 32, 926.00 stipend, paid biweekly,
- Fellows: $35,672.00 stipend, paid biweekly,
- Optional health and life insurance coverage,
- 10 days of trip leave,
- 9 days of authorized leave,
- 11 days of paid vacations, and,
- No application or tuition costs.
Contact us to start your application
Joshua Sendawula, MDiv., PhD., BCC (NAVAC), is the Licensed Teacher. Professors for the resident or resident fellowship programs consist of personnel pastors and leaders in other disciplines.
Interested candidates must get in touch with the VA Puget Sound Health Care System ACPE Teacher and Program Director, Pastor Joshua Sendawula, MDiv., PhD, BCC at Joshua.Sendawula@va.gov or 206-768-5210
VA Puget Sound is a recognized CPE center
The Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) is the premier Department of Education (DOE) acknowledged company that offers the greatest quality Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) programs for spiritual care specialists of any faith and in any setting. We do this through an extensive accreditation and accreditation procedure for centers and teachers that supply CPE. The depth of our training makes it possible for trainees to recognize their complete capacity to reinforce the spiritual health of individuals in their care along with themselves. The objective of ACPE is to favorably impact individuals’s lives by supporting connections to the spiritual through experiential education and spiritual care. The ACPE Vision is to develop quantifiable and considerable enhancement in spiritual health that changes individuals and neighborhoods in the United States and around the world.
The worths of ACPE:
- Variety and addition – shown through cultural humbleness, listening and collegiality.
- Stability – shown through trust, regard and quality.
- Interest – shown through listening, experiential designs, development and imagination.
- Process – shown through action/reflection, listening, experiential and relational designs.
- Service – shown through empathy, credibility and development.
ACPE is nationally acknowledged as a certifying company in the field of clinical pastoral education by the U.S. Secretary of Education through the U.S. Department of Education.
The VA Puget Sound Health Care System CPE Center is certified to use Level I, Level II, and Licensed Teacher ACPE CPE by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc. (ACPE); Flooring 4, 120 West Trinity Location, Decatur, GA 30030; 404-320-1472; www.acpe.edu