The Chaplaincy Innovation Lab wants to hear from you about potential case study topics to support a new project.
Can you think of a time when spiritual care made a significant difference to an institution or organization? How about an example when spiritual care helped an institution respond to a problem or tension? Might the people involved be willing to share their experiences to help us make teaching materials for non-chaplains about the value of spiritual care?
The Lab is currently seeking real life case study topics in colleges/universities, healthcare, prisons, the military, community contexts, police, fire departments and other settings as part of a new project. If you have ideas, we would love to hear about them here. If you have questions, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Previous Lab work on case studies can be found here as part of our project Educating Effective Chaplains. These four studies were developed by a team of chaplains and theological educators for educational purposes. Each case study focused on a different set of skills critical for chaplains in all settings. They offered clear examples of a skill set that chaplains need to do their work effectively; for the present project, we are eager to hear from you about situations in which spiritual care made a significant difference to an institution or organization or uniquely solved a problem. If you think you may have a case study topic for us to consider, fill out a brief form here.