Resources for Teaching Research Literacy in Chaplaincy

1) Model Curricula Grant Applications

If you and your Center are considering applying to our second round of CPE curriculum development grants, it might help to look at proposals that made the cut. Here are several examples of strong applications that used the resources of their institutional context to creatively meet the selection criteria outlined in the online application.

Model CPE Curriculum Development Grant Applications and Curricula Proposals

2) Model Curricula

As you develop your CPE program to include research literacy, it may be useful to review the curricula developed by CPE colleagues. Here we provide links to the curriculum for the course George Fitchett and Pat Murphy teach at Rush University Medical Center and to ACPE Research Network’s Incorporating Research into CPE.

Rush University Medical Center Model Curricula

ACPE Research Network:

Incorporating Research into CPE

ACPE Research Network Resources (here we highlight key resources available at “Incorporating Research into CPE” and provide brief annotations)

Examples of Curricula from our CPE Grant Recipients

In our efforts to build a strong training network, our first round of CPE grant recipients are generously sharing their curricula and training modules even as the programs are in the process of development. We will post the materials here as they become available. You might find it useful to take a look at the variety of strategies to see what might work in your context.

From our Monthly Video Conference Series:
October, 2016:

Curriculum from Carolinas Healthcare System

Module from Carolinas Healthcare System’s Evidence Based Practice

November, 2016:

Curriculum from St Joseph Mercy Health System

December, 2016:

Curriculum University of Rochester Medical Center

Syllabus University Rochester Medical Center