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Led by SR. Mary Diana Dregger, MD. The essence of hope is that it directs us toward the providential love of an all-powerful God. Pursuing medical practice as faith-filled Christians poses challenges. Be encouraged to rejoice in hope!
Led by Ann Tsen, MD, and Ken Jones, CLDC. Burnout is increasing among healthcare professionals. Coaching is a rapidly growing discipline with the power to help individuals and organizations navigate change, gain clarity, live out their calling, and truly thrive.
Presented by Matt Rafalski, MD. "You don't look at me anymore" Many patients feel that when a physician brings EHR into the exam room, communication shuts down. This session discusses how to reopen those communication channels.
Susan Post, DMin, DHA. In the routine of ministry it is easy to drift from that original awe that gave us the desire to serve God. This session looks at how scripture teaches us and gives us strategies for keeping our spiritual energy.
Rick Donlon, MD. Planning, initiating, and sustaining a Christian health ministry for the poor requires unmovable faith in God's sustaining presence and power.Biblical principles and practical experience help leaders anchor into the hope we have when we trust God.
Daniel Strosky, PsyD candidate and Berry Hulen, PsyD candidate. Working with traumatized patients can have a negative impact on a caregiver's spirituality. This session looks at causes of burnout, irrationality of evil and opening up to God through lament.
Yvonne Johnson, MD, MSCR. How does one successfully function as both leader and director, while working to develop staff in their roles as clinicians, support staff and service providers? This session provides tools and case studies to clarify common issues and optimal methods to address those issues.
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.
This workshop addresses how to identify and speak to the spiritual needs of patients. Presenters will share the findings of CCHF's survey of a cross-section of organizational member clinics conducted to identify barriers to spiritual care. Presented by Paul Lorentsen, David Tellez, and Nathan Cook