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Psychosocial Spiritual Grand Rounds

WHAT:  Psychosocial Spiritual Grand Rounds is an interdisciplinary gathering that discusses topics related to spirituality and healthcare, as well as how a patient’s health is impacted by considering a person’s psychological, social, and spiritual needs.  It is offered free of charge to UAB Hospital employees and the public.

WHEN: Psychosocial Spiritual Grand Rounds is offered at UAB on the second Tuesday of every other month beginning in January from 12-1 pm.

Click here for PDF listing of all 2018 Psychosocial Spiritual Grand Rounds

  • January 9, 2018 – “Understanding Dementia” – Daniel Potts, MD
  • March 13, 2018 – Music Therapy – Touching the Soul” – UAB Music Therapists
  • May 8, 2018 – What is Integrative Medicine?” – Carolina Salvador, MD
  • July 10, 2018 – The Wisdom of the Enneagram” – Joseph Howell, Ph.D.
  • September 11, 2018 – Mojo and Medicine:  Stories from 35 Years in Healthcare” – Laura Secord, CRNP
  • November 13, 2018 – “The Arts in Medicine – Kimberly Kirklin and UAB Resident Artists

12:00 – 1:00 p.m.  No reservations are needed, and there is no cost.  Open to the public.

Our mission is to empower persons to offer holistic care that includes meeting emotional and spiritual needs for patients and families.

WHERE:  Grand Rounds is held in the Margaret Cameron Spain Auditorium at UAB Hospital on the corner of 19th ST South and 7th Avenue South at UAB (620 19th ST S, Birmingham, AL).

COST.  Free and lunch is provided for the first 150 persons who arrive.  UAB Pastoral Care coordinates the program.

CEUs hours are offered for social workers, chaplains, physicians, and nurses who are in attendance.

For more information, please contact:

Malcolm L. Marler, D.Min.
Director of Pastoral Care
205.934.3936 
mmarler@uabmc.edu
 
 Listen to Recent Grand Rounds:
“Loneliness and Social Isolation:  It’s Not Just a Folk Song, It’s a Growing Health Care Threat”  September 12, 2017, Drexel Rayford, Ph.D.