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Stephen Pratel

Brigade Chaplain

16th Combat Aviation Brigade, 7th Infantry Division

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Background Information

Employment History

Chaplain

U.S. Army


Chaplain Clinical Ethicist and Bioethicist - Chief of Training

Walter Reed National Military Medical


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God

Representative On the Scene


Assemblies of God

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327th INFANTRY - Photos - Iraq | 101st Airborne 327 Infantry

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Capt. Stephen Pratel, an Army chaplain with the 327th Infantry Regiment, blesses soldiers as they pray in a special assembly at Camp Pennsylvania.
Pratel said Sunday's tragedy was a terrible thing but also said there is good in the world and the soldiers can make a difference. March 24, 2003


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For more information, go to the website www.wrnmmc.capmed.mil/Conferences/Medical%20Ethics/Ethics.aspx, or contact Chaplain (Maj.) Stephen Pratel at WRNMMC.ethics@health.mil.


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During the afternoon service of prayer and reflection in the hospital chapel at WRNMMC, Chaplain (Maj.) Stephen Pratel provided the opening prayer, and prayed for the world, peace, freedom and justice.
In his prayer, Pratel asked that Peace will come upon this earth, and God will be exulted.


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Nearly 300 health care practitioners, including social workers, psychiatrists, nurses, bioethicists and physicians, attended the three-day symposium, according to Chaplain (Maj.) Stephen Pratel Sr., chaplain clinical ethicist for Walter Reed Bethesda and project officer for the event.
Ethics, for me, is literally having a reverence for life, Pratel added. That is what [the symposium] is about - having a deeper reverence for life, and to be inspired in areas of ethical behavior and health care. He explained this entails health care practitioners possessing a commitment for justice, fairness and equality in all we do.


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Nearly 300 health care practitioners, including social workers, psychiatrists, nurses, bioethicists and physicians, attended the three-day symposium, according to Chaplain (Maj.) Stephen Pratel Sr., chaplain clinical ethicist for Walter Reed Bethesda and project officer for the event.
"Ethics, for me, is literally having a reverence for life," Pratel added.


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