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Clinical Pastoral Education Training Programme (CPE)

Conference

Conference

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Contact Information

Chaplaincy Department,
1/F, Block A,
Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital
11 Chuen On Road, Tai Po, N.T., Hong Kong

Training & Activities

Training & Activities

Programmes

Different programmes are offered as follows:

 

(A) Hospital chaplains, church pastoral staff/ pastoral counselling professionals and full-time students of a Bachelor of Theology/Divinity degree or above

 

(1) Summer Intensive Unit of year 2023

Duration: 5 June 2023 to 18 August 2023 (total 400 hours in 11 weeks)
Study mode: Full-time (Monday to Friday) including clinical practicum
Deadline of application: 31 December 2022

 

2) Fall Extended Unit of year 2023

Duration: 4 September 2023 to 14 December 2023

(total 400 hours 15 weeks)

Study mode: Part-time (every Monday and Thursday)

with clinical practicum in hospital or Church

Deadline of application: 31 March 2023

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(3) Spring Extended Unit of year 2024

Duration: 4 January 2024 to 18 April 2024 (total 400 hours 15 weeks)
Study mode: Part-time (every Monday and Thursday)

with clinical practicum in hospital or Church

Deadline of application: 30 September 2023

 

 

 

 

Remarks:

  • Total hours: 400 hours including teaching, supervision and clinical practicum
  • Venue: Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital (all above units). The Centre will conduct programme in Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital and United Christian Hospital (collaborated with Chaplaincy Department of UCH) subject tio Supervisor's schedule
  • Application fee: HK$200 (non-refundable and non-transferable). For full-time students of theological seminaries, the application fee will become part of the tuition fee upon the acceptance of application
  • Tuition fee: HK$5,000 will be collected after confirmation of study
  • Please make cheque payable to “Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Charity Foundation”
  • Application method: please send the completed Application Form with passport photo and the cheque of application fee to Chaplaincy Department, 1/F, Block A, Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital (c/o CPE Training Centre) 

 

(B) For Medical School Students of HKU and CUHK - CPE Training for Medical Students 

Date: June and December of every year (1-week intensive course)
Fee: HK$500
Venue: Chaplaincy Department of Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital
Contents: Ward visit, verbatim, role play, life story telling, didactics, etc
Aims: 1) to provide opportunity for medical students in understanding the spiritual needs of patients.
2) To enhance knowledge and awareness of medical students in the holistic care for patients.

 

(C) For local Nursing Students - CPE Training for Nursing Students

Date: May of every year (1-week intensive course)
Fee: HK$500
Venue: Chaplaincy Department of Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital
Contents: Ward visit, verbatim, role play, life story telling, didactics, etc
Aims: 1) to provide opportunity for nursing students in understanding the spiritual needs of patients.
2) to enhance knowledge and awareness of nursing students in the holistic care for patients
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Contact Information

Chaplaincy Department,
1/F, Block A,
Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital
11 Chuen On Road, Tai Po, N.T., Hong Kong

Our Services

Our Services

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Objective

Spiritual Formation

  • To develop students' awareness of spirituality and spiritual care
  • To be sensitive of oneself and others' spiritual need and achievement
  • To develop students' capacity to use spiritual assessment and strategy
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Pastoral Formation
  • To develop students' awareness of themselves as ministers and of the ways their ministry affects persons
  • To develop students' awareness of how their attitudes, values, assumptions, strengths and weaknesses affect their pastoral care
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Pastoral Competence
  • To develop students' awareness and understanding of how persons, social conditions, systems and structures affect their lieves and the lieves of others and how to effectively address such issues through their ministry
  • To develop students' skills in providing intensive and extension pastoral care and counseling to persons
  • To develop students' ability to make effective use of their religious/spiritual heritage, theological understanding and knowledge of the behavioral sciences in their pastoral care of persons and groups
  • To teach students the pastoral role in professional relationships and how to work effectively as a pastoral member of a multidisciplinary team
  • To develop students' ability to engage and apply the support, confrontation and clarification of the peer group for the integration of personal attributes and pastoral functioning
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Pastoral Reflection
  • To develop students' understanding and ability to apply the clinical method of learning
  • To develop students' abilities to use both individual and group supervision for personal and professional growth including the capacity to evaluate one’s ministry
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Standard 310 (for level II)
  • To afford students opportunities to become familiar with and apply relevant theories and methodologies to their ministry specialty
  • To provide students opportunities to formulate and apply their philosophy and methodology for the ministry specialty
  • To provide students opportunities to demonstrate pastoral competence in the practice of the specialty
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Features
  • Students set their own learning goals
  • Combine theory and clinical experience
  • Small group discussion facilitated by Training Supervisor
  • Integrate medical science with theology, psychology and sociology
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Programme design
  • Group discussion
  • Action / reflection educational model
  • Diversified learning activities
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Contact Information

Chaplaincy Department,
1/F, Block A,
Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital
11 Chuen On Road, Tai Po, N.T., Hong Kong

Our Team

Our Team

Training Supervisor Advisor
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Ms. TONG Sun-nam

Training Supervisor
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Rev. Janet HUI

Supervisor
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Rev. William LAM

Executive Officer
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Ms. Eva LING

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Contact Information

Chaplaincy Department,
1/F, Block A,
Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital
11 Chuen On Road, Tai Po, N.T., Hong Kong

Introduction

Introduction

The Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) was founded by Dr Richard C. Cabot in America in early 20th centry. It is a learning method of pastoral care under clinical and supervision. As an article published in Survey Graphic, Dr Richard C. Cabot suggested that every candidate for ministry receive clinical training for pastoral work similar to the clinical training offered to medical students.

 

Such concept was further developed by Professor Anton T. Boisen who was teaching in a theological seminary. Professor Anton T. Boisen deliberated case as Living human document from theological direction and was the first Supervisor to lead students performing pastoral care in hospital.

 

Dr William Keller adopted such model to discuss case and supervising theology students to practice in social service. He believed that practicing theology in the society making contribution is the integration of theology. Numerous leaders integrated the theology practice with medical science, psychology and various behavioural approach to CPE.

 

 

Mission

We hope to develop a model of theology education with the foundation of clinical experience which integrated pastoral care practice, supervision by accredited Supervisor, reflection and feedback by peer group to serve holistic care ministry.

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Contact Information

Chaplaincy Department,
1/F, Block A,
Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital
11 Chuen On Road, Tai Po, N.T., Hong Kong