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Tanenbaum's Conscientious Care Webinar Series

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Dear Friends,

As we ring in the New Year, we would also like to take this time to reflect on the past and explore new, more inclusive ways forward in the year ahead. In this spirit, our Health Care Program has organized an informational webinar series that discusses a different, timely topic each month.

This series will feature different perspectives and contributors, and will cover numerous hot topics in health care, such as, how vaccination and COVID-19 has affected different religious communities, to gaining a better understanding of how different identities navigate and are treated in health care settings. We hope you will be able to join us or this important conversation. Please review the schedule below for the topics, dates, and times each month.

We look forward to seeing you!

Warm regards,

The Health Care Team

Conscientious Care Webinar Series Schedule:

Friday, January 28, 202212:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Religion and Vaccination: What do religions really say about vaccines?

This webinar will explore different religious attitudes and beliefs toward vaccinations. It will also cover questions such as:

  • Do religious communities have a higher proportion of anti-vax sentiments?
  • What are the official positions of religious communities and leaders on vaccinations?
  • How can health care spaces accommodate religious objections to vaccinations?
  • How can the CDC and other governmental organizations engage with religious communities to alleviate fears and promote understanding around vaccinations?

Friday, February 25, 202212:00 pm – 1:00pm (ET)

Religion and COVID-19: How have religious communities been affected?

We will explore the relationship between COVID-19 and religion, examining the different beliefs and practices of religious communities. We will cover questions like,

  • How has religious life been affected by COVID-19?
  • What practices have religious communities engaged in to reduce the spread of transmission?
  • How have different religious communities responded to legislative and lifestyle changes due to COVID-19?
  • What steps can religious communities take to reduce the risk of transmission?

Friday, March 25, 202212:00pm – 1:00pm (ET)

Religion and Mental Health: Tools for Conscientious Care

This webinar will explore the relationship between religion and mental health, and how different communities treat and respond to mental health issues. We will cover questions like,

  • How do different religions understand and respond to mental health issues?
  • How does this compare to conventional treatment?
  • Is spiritual treatment of mental health issues more effective than other techniques?
  • How can religious communities support followers who suffer from mental health issues?

Friday, April 22, 202212:00pm – 1:00pm (ET)

Religion vs. LGBTQ Patient Care: A False Narrative

We will examine the intersection of religion and LGBTQ patient care, reviewing care at both secular and religious institutions. We will answer questions like:

  • Is treatment different based on the affiliation (religious v. secular) of the hospital?
  • What is the current narrative in the media in regard to LGBTQ patients and religious individuals and facilities?
  • What are common issues that LGBTQ patients and their families run into and how can they be avoided?
  • How can hospitals create more inclusive environments for LGBTQ patients and their families?

Friday, May 27, 202212:00pm – 1:00pm (ET)

Religion, Race and Health Reconciliation: Can religious communities build trust in health care systems?

We will look at the intersection of race, religion and building trust in healthcare institutions. Provide a review of healthcare in the U.S. and why some communities are hesitant to trust health care institutions, particularly those that are run by the government. We will answer questions like:

  • Where does the distrust of the U.S. healthcare system come from?
  • How is this relevant to current events?
  • Can religious groups work to build trust between racial groups and the healthcare system?
  • How do religious communities work to support and promote positive health behaviors among their members?

Friday, June 24, 202212:00pm – 1:00pm (ET)

An Examination of Religion and Addiction

This session will discuss different ways religion and addiction can intersect. For example, we will tackle questions like:

  • How can religion be used as a tool on the road to recovery?
  • Is membership in a religious group a help or a hindrance when experiencing addiction or on the road to recovery?
  • What are real life experiences of people at this intersection of religion and addiction?
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