NEW EPISODE: Cultural Competency, COVID and Resiliency

An interview with Chaplain Lawrence T. Cheung

 

Cultural Competency, COVID and Resiliency; An interview with Lawrence T. Cheung

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Lawrence T. Cheung, MCS, BCC is a Certified Spiritual Heath Practitioner (chaplain) specializing in the care of nephrology patients in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He spoke with MennoHealth Cast about the special needs of nephrology patients at the end of life, how COVID has changed his practice and his work on cultural competency with Canadian Virtual Hospice. Attached is the link to the Interfaith service of loss, healing, and hope which was organized to give assuage the sorrow carried by all of us in the midst of this pandemic.

 

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