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Katy White.How can we acknowledge, accept and embrace our brokenness as humans who interface with suffering in our work and personal lives? At the same time, how do we see and embrace beauty, gratitude and God's goodness? We will explore scripture, sacred rhythms, personal stories, and spiritual community on this journey of self-awareness and God- awareness.
Neil Pitts.As clinical instructors, our job is to mentor healthcare students to find their own paths to enhancing health literacy, as well as bringing medical hope and compassion to often disenfranchised neighborhoods. This workshop will present concepts through which training of future healthcare professionals can be fostered.
Alan Keister, Chelsea Stevens.We will share the collaborative relationships, successes, and failures of our personal journey, and most importantly: how to build the perfect team. Going from overwhelming thoughts to planning to strategizing to bring plans into reality. Areas covered will be: start up plans, how to assess the need, collaborative relationships, building a team, and implementing the plan.
Matthew Allen. Dr. Allen will also share how the fellowship helped him leave his role as dental director of a federally qualified health center and embark upon a year-long sabbatical.
Chauncey Shillow. Of the many disciplines available to ministry leaders, the biblical discipline of solitude needs to be reclaimed in order to remain consecrated to God and to the vocation to which he has called us
The nation's majority of physicians are aging and although technology advances makes providing care and treatment more flexible, it still doesn't address the fact that we need to address and increase age diversity. Here are some numbers for you: By 2050, the U.S. Census predicts that the number of individuals in the labor force who are 65 years or older is expected to grow by 75 percent while the number of individuals in the workforce who are 25 to 54 is only expected to grow by 2 percent. We need to develop strategies to retain older health care professionals, while identifying promising and more effective ways to recruit and retain skilled health care professionals, regardless of age. Lisa Green