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ACEs Breakfast Report

Posted by on Oct 29, 2018 in Breakfasts, Teaching | 0 comments

ACEs Breakfast Report

ACEs Breakfast a great success In the midst of a delicious catered breakfast and encouraging fellowship, Saturday morning’s MCCF Fall Breakfast with Dr. Michael Scharf at the Rochester Academy of Medicine was very edifying. Dr. Sharf presented a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to understanding what Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are and the long-term effects they have on development, health, and illness over the years. Tools for understanding, assessing, and intervening on individual and community levels were outlined, followed by a stimulating Q&A session. Most of...

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2018 Fall Breakfast

Posted by on Sep 30, 2018 in Breakfasts, Teaching | 0 comments

2018 Fall Breakfast

“Recovering from ACEs”   Our MCCF Fall Breakfast will be on Saturday, October 27, 9-11 am   Rochester Academy of Medicine 1441 East Avenue 14610   Dr. Michael Scharf will present and respond to questions about Identifying and ministering to those who suffer from the consequences of ACEs.    Material to be covered in the session: What are Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)? How can we become sensitive so that we can pick up the signs and symptoms that ACEs produce? Who is impacted? Those suffering may be young or older patients as well as providers themselves, their families, and members of...

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August Retreat 2018!

Posted by on Aug 3, 2018 in Interesting, Teaching | 0 comments

August Retreat 2018!

Faith in Healthcare MCCF has teamed with CMDA of Western NY to co-host a one-day retreat on August 25, 2018, from 8:30 am to 5 pm geared toward any and all healthcare professionals (retirees welcome!) and those immersed in the medical fields (MDs, DDS, NPs, nurses, Pharmacists, PAs, counselors, therapists, admin/support staff, hospital chaplains, etc.) seeking to refresh, renew or explore faith and how it relates to their role as healthcare provider/advocate. Family, friends, and people of all faiths or no particular faith are welcome to attend! All who are interested are invited. Please...

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gods@WAR

Posted by on Dec 31, 2017 in Teaching | 0 comments

gods@WAR

CMDA Northeast Winter Conference This year’s January 12-14 Conference brings Christians in healthcare from all levels of training and practice, specialty and disciplines—and their families— to the Sandy Cove Ministries retreat center on Chesapeake Bay with the express purpose of providing a restful environment in which to reconnect with God’s purpose for their lives. A few days away from the busyness of practice or training may be just what you need to get a renewed sense of who you are in Jesus and why you are in Medicine or Dentistry! Come spend time with your family and colleagues...

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CMDA 2018 Winter Conference

Posted by on Dec 2, 2017 in Teaching | 0 comments

CMDA 2018 Winter Conference

with Al Weir, III, MD Are you struggling with an important decision and seeking God’s guidance with that decision? CMDA President Dr. Al Weir will spend an entire weekend helping individuals work through a 12-step process of Christian decision making. His sessions will be accompanied by small group discussions, testimonials by CMDA staff and a personal time of reflection. This is one conference that will reap benefits for years to come! When Check-in is Friday, February 23 at 6 p.m. Concludes on Sunday, February 25 at 11:15 a.m. Where CMDA Headquarters, Bristol, Tennessee How Much $225...

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2017 Fall Breakfast

Posted by on Oct 7, 2017 in Breakfasts, Teaching | 0 comments

2017 Fall Breakfast

“Heroin, Hope and Healing”   Our MCCF Fall Breakfast will be on Saturday, November 11, 9-11 am   Rochester Academy of Medicine 1441 East Avenue 14610   Drs. Darren Caparaso and David Holmes will present and lead a discussion about Faith-based Approaches to Breaking the Chains of Addiction    Outline of the session: Introduction A few brief facts about the opioid epidemic Patient in addiction recovery shares his addiction story, how he came to Christ and how faith and treatment is helping him in his recovery Questions the audience may have for the patient Faith-based approaches to addiction...

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