Grand Rounds: Clinical FaithHealth Fellows

May 24, 2022 | Grand Rounds

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Wednesday, May 25,  9-10 am

This year’s Clinical FaithHealth Fellows talk about their specialty work here at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist, led by Chaplain Jissan (Michelle Nicole).
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China Evans supported a huge part of our staff in several capacities this year,  two of those concentrations being food/ nutrition coworkers and environmental services staff. In addition, she concentrated her support intensely upon all our many types of nursing staff, as well as pharmacy technicians and others,  at the Sticht rehabilitation center and in nutrition this year.  Lastly, she provided education about EAP and EEF, acting as a liaison with Chaplains Jones and Johnson.  China will expound on the subject of staff care, particularly advocating for persons who may not traditionally have support, offering aid and a listening ear.  She is actively advancing in the ordination process of United Church of Christ where she sits on the WISE counsel for mental health help and advocacy. As she takes her new married name McCall, she plans to move forward with advocating in any capacity as a LPC and Chaplain. She understands that community, consistency, and relationship are what birth’s trust and care.

Emma Johnston currently serves as the Palliative Care Fellow and will be transitioning to Hospice of Davidson County in late June. She lives in Stoneville with her husband Kyle, and 3 month old, James. Emma is in the endorsement process as a Deaconess in the UMC and plans to apply for Board Certification in 2023.  She will be discussing the intersection of Palliative Care and grief work for children and teens.

Tiffany Seaford is the Chaplain Fellow for Community and Mental Health. She is an endorsed Chaplain with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and ordained minister and Co-Pastor. She loves to kayak and watching her nearly 1 year-old grow every day in awe.  Tiffany believes that conversations about community health and mental health are an iceberg of interwoven complexities. In that intersection are real people with real stories. Chaplains have the beautiful opportunity to become story catchers, gaining a better glimpse of the iceberg with each one.

Rev. Blake Tickle serves as a chaplain fellow for Staff Support at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. He is also an ordained Minister of the Word and Sacrament in the PC(USA) denomination and serves as music director for Fellowship Presbyterian Church in Greensboro, NC. Blake is a North Carolina native and a proud graduate of the Wake Forest University School of Divinity.   He enjoys spending time with family and friends, going out to eat, and traveling as much as possible.


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