The Pediatric Chaplains Network honors, includes, and advocates for all members and all persons served by our members. We uphold the inherent dignity of every human person. We embrace the unique gifts of all persons, individually and collectively, as they relate to identity, orientation, ethnicity, socio-economic status, accessibility, ethnicity, culture, ability, spirituality, and belief.
The PCN is committed to an environment of inclusion in our communication and interaction with one another. Values and practices of inclusion extend to all PCN activities, including but not limited to the following:
- The list serve
- Special interest groups
- Settings of practice
- National conference
- Circles of support
- Business practices
The PCN is committed to transparent and ongoing dialogue regarding our dedication to inclusive policies and practices. The PCN Advisory Council encourages, receives, and responds to all questions and concerns from the membership related to policies and practices of diversity and inclusion.