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Date: Thu, Jul 9, 2015 at 1:44 PM
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To members of the FRPN List-Serve:
My name is Craig Garfield and I am a pediatrician and father involvement researcher at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine and Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.
I am inviting all fathers of children between the ages of 3 to 5 (or organizations that work with fathers) to participate in a survey on father involvement in child healthcare. Our goal is to better understand how today’s fathers are involved in the health of their children.
The purpose of the Northwestern IRB-approved, Fathers' Involvement in Healthcare Study (IRB: STU00200222) is to develop a quantitative, self-report measure of father involvement in toddler health. Fathers will be asked to complete a set of questionnaire items online that assess their direct involvement in toddler health.
Participants will be asked to:
If you would like to participate, follow this link to our study website: Fatherinvolvement.weebly.com
Please forward this link to your network of fathers who may be interested. I have also attached our study flyer.
The final goal is to develop a new survey that can be used to measure how diverse fathers care for their children's health. Your participation in the survey is essential to support and improve father involvement efforts.
Craig Garfield, MD, MAPP
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Departments of Pediatrics and Medical Social Sciences
Director of Research, Division of Hospital Based Medicince
Co-Director, Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship
Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
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Posted: 03 Jul 2015 03:30 AM PDT
With so many forms of prayer out there, and so little time in this fast-paced world, why bother praying the Examen? At times, I end up viewing this prayer as yet another task in a long list of things I have to get done. Yet I find that when I let it slide for a while, I start to feel a little “off.” Perhaps more as a means of reminding myself why I love the Examen (besides it being my first introduction to Ignatian spirituality), I propose three reasons why one should bother making it a prayer priority.
St. Ignatius gave us a great tool in the Examen to enrich our relationship with God and with those around us. Whether we have hours to devote to prayer each day or a stolen couple of minutes here and there, why not pray the Examen?
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