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Category: refugees

2017 conference - Following our friends home. The amazing story of Adama Martha Memorial Community Health Center in Kono, Sierra Leone.

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 18, 2017

This is the story of Phebian Abdulai who fled the civil war in Sierra Leone and barely escaped with her life. In 2001 she and her family came to Buffalo as refugees. There they come to Jericho Road. Healing took place and gradually Phebian's live was restored. She worked for Jericho Road as a nurse and in 2009 felt God's call to return to Sierra Leone to start a health center in her home village. With the help of Jericho Road, Phebian did return to Sierra Leone in 2013 and, despite opposition, Phebian today leads a thriving health center in Kono that employs 60, provides primary health care to thousands, provides much needed obstetrical and surgical care and is considering expansion to other areas of Sierra Leone. Myron Glick

2015 Conference - Motivational Interviewing and SBIRT with Substance Abuse

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at August 05, 2015

Jim Henderson, MD, and Matt Rafalski, MD, lead this workshop in motivation interviewing and SBIRT (screening, brief interview, referral to treatment). This session outlines Siloam Clinic's proactive and successful first year of addressing this aspect of patient care.

2015 Conference - Bioethics: Intersection of Medicine, Technology, Law and Theology

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at August 05, 2015

Led by Richard Goad, DPM. This session provides an overview of the principles of bioethics and ethical struggles we commonly encounter. 

2015 Conference - Lost in Translation: Jericho Road's Journey to Language Interpretation

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at August 05, 2015

Presented by Anna ireland, PhD, and Myron Glick, MD. Patients of Jericho Road come from 40 countries and most speak little or no English. This session examines strategies to overcome language and cultural barriers by engaging community members, utilizing interpreters and bilingual staff.