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Grace Spencer.Forgiveness tends to have sticky religious and moral ties, which may make it a surprising intervention for survivors of sexual trauma. Even more surprising is the unique way forgiveness work uncovers anger and pain in such survivors, especially when it comes to self-forgiveness.
Monica Baldwin.This is a story about four people named: Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that, because it was Everybody's job. Everybody thought Anybody could do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody would not do it. It ended up that Everybody blamed Somebody when Nobody did what Anybody could have.
Stephanie Garris.This session will describe how one charitable clinic that is overwhelmingly staffed by volunteer providers undertook an extensive quality improvement process for clinical care and improved rates of vaccinations and cancer screenings.
Ben Preyss & Emily Lupo.This session will review principles and strategies of population health, and focus on the development of Lawndale Christian Health Center's progressive program, which centers on team-based case management, mobile transitions, and analytics for risk stratification/identification of patients who would benefit the most from clinic resources.
John Umhau. This workshop will focus on the practical implementation of evidence-based outpatient medical treatment, including dietary intervention and the drug therapy which has created new hope for those trapped by alcohol. Topics will include the use of naltrexone, (including The Sinclair Method), new medications, and gut biome factors which drive the neuroinflammation accompanying chronic use and related psychological problems.
Beth and Greg Delaney. This session will explore the impact of trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on substance use disorder. Participants will be informed about the ACE study, trauma informed care, and ways faith-based solutions can be leveraged to assist individuals dealing with these issues.
Grant Scarborough, Joyce Kim & Billy Holbrook.Scripture says that when Christ showed the full extent of His love to His disciples, he washed their feet. Dr. Grant Scarborough and his team will present a collection of stories that demonstrate the importance of embracing a culture of demonstrating the love of Christ in the clinical setting.
Peer reviewed and popular studies show that patients want their healthcare professional to be sensitive to their spiritual needs. But can that be done in a timely, professional, caring, and ethical manner? Healthcare professionals are often unclear how they might care for the whole person – physical, emotional, and spiritual. Also, many are lagging behind in the Joint Commission directives for whole person care. This practical session will equip you with proven tools that will empower you to provide a compassionate and superior level of patient care. It might also refresh your passion for work and ministry! Bob Mason
Led by Bill Griffin, DDS. Wondering if science and faith are incompatible in your clinic? Unsure where things believed in faith fit in with empirical truths? Listen to learn how your faith can influence the care you offer to patients.