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2018 Conference - Stories from San Francisco: Finding God Speaking Through Patient Experiences and Unlikely Places
Clifford Lau; San Francisco City Impact Health & Wellness is a free clinic in the Tenderloin district of downtown San Francisco serving the city's homeless and marginally housed residents. Dr. Clifford Lau will share about their unique patient demographic and tailored healthcare delivery model. He will also share transparently about lessons learned through patient stories, clinical experiences, and the intersection of real life and healthcare ministry weaved through 3 themes: 1) Running ahead of God, 2) What is money? and 3) How to call it quits.
Janet Aguirre, Katie Huff; You don’t have to have an MD or MBA to be used by God. God calls us all to be missional in the way we approach our jobs, and every other area of our lives. Janet Aguirre and Katie Huff, a medical assistant and a registered nurse, will share stories and experiences. They never expected to be thrust into leadership roles at a grassroots homeless clinic, but offered their training and their path to honor Christ, and have learned/are learning what it means to live missionally. Doing work that is often unfamiliar with their training, God is using them and teaching them how to walk out the adventure of serving God’s purpose in one of the most broken communities in America.
Suzan Couzens, RN. Healthy Feet for the Homeless is a pilot study that measures the overall health impact of simple interventions for this population.
Bob Paeglow, MD, and panel. Hear from this multidisciplinary team on the challenges that had to be overcome to help improve the quality of life for those who suffer from chronic pain. Homeless, addicted, poverty stricken, modern day "lepers".
Lori Basey, DMin. Human trafficking pervades every segment of our society. Healthcare providers are often the only professionals to have contact with the victims. This sessions covers signs and symptoms and a brief psychology of what drives it.