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2019 Conference - Firearms and Community Violence

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

David Chen.This workshop will review Violence Interruption & Hospital Violence Intervention Programs and explore how a Christocentric hermeneutic interprets their efficacy, and will propose opportunities for healthcare delivery innovation.

2019 Conference - Assessing and Addressing the Spiritual Needs of Patients

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Bob Mason.This “working” session will explore the ethical basis for spiritual care plus provide you with profession, timely, and practical methods to care for the whole person in the clinical setting.

2019 Conference - Facing Trauma and Its Impact on Us

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Aaron Fisher.Trauma has not simply impacted individuals, but substantially impacts our communities and nation. Leaving these realities unacknowledged truncates our hopes for healing and reconciliation. Explore the repercussions on our ability to provide care and on our call to be the redeemed and reconciled Body of Christ.

2019 Conference - Treating Hep C in Low-Resource Areas

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Dee Ann Bragg.his workshop sets out to delineate how to cost-effectively and successfully treat Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) based on experience in two different clinical settings (one primarily uninsured, one with state-based insurance).

2019 Conference - Bridges to Spiritual Care Conversations in the Exam Room

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

William Morehouse.This workshop addresses the message, mission, and motivation behind our mandate and shares some of the experience, tips, and guidelines that CCHF peers have to offer.

2019 Conference - Clinical Informatics Fueling Innovation and Technology

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Matt Rafalski.Plans for starting basic informatics or improving advanced informatics will be presented though the lens of personal faith and an FQHC organization that cares for inner city and rural populations.

2019 Conference - Caring for the Soul in Primary Care Behavioral Health

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Cute Lee.This course will address the component of spiritual health and how to effectively administer skills to address spirituality in the primary care setting. Instilling hope is a major component for growth in therapy; spirituality is a key vehicle for that hope.

2019 Conference - Ethics of Providing Spiritual Care

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Bob Mason.You'd like to care for the whole person - medical, emotional, and spiritual. And your patient seems to appreciate this as well. But, is it professionally appropriate? Is it ethical?This session will examine these issues drawing from a number of sources including peer reviewed studies and Joint Commission guidelines.

2019 Conference - Faith and MAT: "Can't We Just Get Along"

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Beth and Greg Delaney.In a recent survey over 1/3 of CCHF clinics reported that they plan to expand scope of services to include MAT (medication assisted treatment). This session will look the trends in MAT via information gleaned from recent meetings with SAMHSA, ONDCP, and DHHS, and will share about faith-focused recovery providers who are exploring, and/or using MAT.

2019 Conference - All I Really Needed to Know About Missional Medicine I Learned in Genesis 1

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Morgan Wills.In this interactive lecture format workshop, Dr. Wills will draw upon the text of Genesis 1 and its many echoes throughout Scripture as well as two decades of experience as a clinician and organizational leader at a charitable health center for uninsured immigrants and refugees to illumine simple, foundational truths and "good news" that can help keep us personally integrated, missionally effective, and professionally relevant.