Kaiser Permanente, Northern California
Caritas Consortium 2013

Creating an Educational Curriculum that Embraces Caring Sc...
Creating an Educational Curriculum that
Embraces Caring Science
Intent to Contribute Statement:
Purpose: The purpose of th...
Creating an Educational Curriculum that Embraces
Caring Science
Inspired Contributor(s) 1 :
Jacqueline Werner – Caritas Co...
Creating an Educational Curriculum that
Embraces Caring Science

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The purpose of this Caritas Coach project was to develop an education curriculum at Kaiser Permanente that is based in Caring Science. A training composed of three exercises was provided to Medical-Surgical and Tele nurses: Authentic Presence, Authentic Listening, and Self-Care.

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Creating an Educational Curriculum that Embraces Caring Science

  1. 1. Kaiser Permanente, Northern California Caritas Consortium 2013 Creating an Educational Curriculum that Embraces Caring Science Caritas in Action How Caring Science informs and inspires KP caregivers and affirms our commitment to provide our patients and their families exceptional care
  2. 2. Creating an Educational Curriculum that Embraces Caring Science Intent to Contribute Statement: Purpose: The purpose of this project is to develop an education curriculum at Kaiser Permanente that is based in Caring Science. Project Description: The training started with a centering activity that set the tone for the training. The centering activity allowed participants to be able to focus on the training. During the training there were three Caritas exercises. The first exercise was comparing and contrasting the differences between caring for a patient where the nurse is authentically present and has developed a connection versus caring for a patient where there was no connection and the nurse was not authentically present. The second exercise was having the participants find a partner. One person in the pair told the other a story for two minutes without interruption. After two minutes the person who was listening had one minute without interruption to express to his/her partner what they heard and felt during the story, then the pair had one minute to discuss how close the meaning of the story was conveyed. After the exercise the whole group discussed how they felt during the exercise and how it can be incorporated into practice on the units. The last exercise was a discussion on what nurses do for their own self-care during work and at home. Project Outcome: The intended outcomes are to introduce Caritas concepts and to start develop a Caring Consciousness in the frontline nursing staff. Page 2
  3. 3. Creating an Educational Curriculum that Embraces Caring Science Inspired Contributor(s) 1 : Jacqueline Werner – Caritas Coach  -----Service Area: East Bay Medical Center: OAK Affiliation: PCS -----Year Shared: 2013 Venue: Caritas Consortium Format: Poster ID #: n/a 1 Page 3 Names as listed in Lotus Notes, otherwise personal e-mails indicated Keyword TAGs: Identifier  Consortium2013-July, East Bay, Oakland, Poster, Caritas Coach, Patient Care Services  Education & Staff Dev, Self Descriptor  Authentic Listening, Self-Care
  4. 4. Creating an Educational Curriculum that Embraces Caring Science Page 4

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