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Best Practices for Ministry to the Homebound - Shared screen with speaker view
Marianne
43:28
periodically Joe youre breaking up
John Engel-Kemnetz
44:33
We are seeing the presenter view for the slides.
CATHERINE ZYLSTRA
45:52
Could everyone except the speaker mute please to prevent feedback which I am encountering at this time. Thanks.
John Engel-Kemnetz
47:33
Slide Show -> Under "Monitors" uncheck "Use Presenter View"
John Engel-Kemnetz
47:40
"Use Presenter View"
CATHERINE ZYLSTRA
48:39
Maria Lucia, could you please mute yourself to prevent a feed back loop and also Margaret please. thank you.
Diane Reeves- St Matthew
52:13
We use the booklet called Communion of the Sick. Is it supposed to be the Pastoral Care of the Sick book?
CATHERINE ZYLSTRA
01:04:09
Within the hospital setting there can be sudden and unexpected interruptions for medical procedures (blood draws, tests, physician visits). For this reason, within the hospital setting, it may be necessary to use the abbreviated version.
CATHERINE ZYLSTRA
01:05:24
It is really best to provide Viaticum early on also because in most cases, when people are actively dying they are more often than not comatose and would be unable to receive Communion.
CATHERINE ZYLSTRA
01:11:34
Corinna, could you please remind people to check with nursing staff whether a patient can consume food (NPO) before distributing Communion? A patient may be restricted regarding this if an upcoming surgery or procedure is scheduled.
Mark Whalon
01:14:41
Can you add the full title of the book we are using into the chat?
Joe Cotton
01:15:39
Administration of Communion and Viaticum by an Extraordinary Minister
CATHERINE ZYLSTRA
01:17:00
Marilyn Joyce, could you please press your mute button because I am receiving a feedback loop. Thanks Marilyn Joyce.
CATHERINE ZYLSTRA
01:26:06
Nick, could you please address the type of face recommended, in light of the Delta Variant primarily being transmitted via aerosol transmission?
CATHERINE ZYLSTRA
01:29:20
Nick, could we please obtain a copy of these guidelines so that we can make reference to them as we conduct our communion visits?
Diane Reeves- St Matthew
01:35:18
How do we view the webinar from the diocese
Joe Cotton
01:36:53
I will post the webinar on our Hospital & Healthcare Ministry webpage: https://archseattle.org/ministries/outreach-ministries/hospital-ministry/
Joe Cotton
01:37:19
Or please email me at joe.cotton@seattlearch.org and I will email you the link directly.
iPhone
01:40:41
Please clarify if exposed by close contact but fully vaccinated is 14 day quarantine required?
Nick Schoen
01:43:22
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/fully-vaccinated-guidance.html
Nick Schoen
01:45:34
Thanks for the question about being fully vaccinated and what to do. If you are fully vaccinated and have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 (within 6 feet of the person for 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period), you should seek testing 3 or more days after exposure, practice social distancing, and monitor for symptoms for 14 days after exposure. You do not need to quarantine or isolate unless you develop symptoms.
Terry Barber
01:50:46
Thank you Joe, Corinna, and Nick for this opportunity to be together. It was so good of you to remember this ministry of the Church. Peace and all good.
CATHERINE ZYLSTRA
01:52:00
Thank you Corinna, Joe, and Nick and everyone -- a great time spent this evening. God bless you all. Cathy Zylstra
John Engel-Kemnetz
01:52:22
Thanks!
anngerner
01:52:23
Thanks so much!