Upstate MCCF Retreat

Posted by on Sep 24, 2006 in Breakfasts | 0 comments

Upstate MCCF Retreat

On Saturday morning, September 23, 2006, students and community physicians converged on Rochester from as far as Connecticut to attend our Upstate MCCF Retreat – a stimulating day of feasting, fellowship, and education. The day started with our Fall Christian Physicians Breakfast where Dr. Daniel Fountain, MD, MPH, began the first in a series of 5 informative and discussion-provoking sessions on the subject: “What’s wrong with US health care and how can we fix it?”


Click links below for PowerPoint presentations:
8:00 Registration and Breakfast
9:00 Problems with the biomedical model and the US health care system
10:00 Restoring wholeness to medicine from both scientific and biblical perspectives
11:00 Wholistic approaches to common psychosocial problems
Noon Lunch and Discussion
1:30 How to do a personal and spiritual assessment
2:30 The logistics of forming a care giving team
3:30 Retreat ended

Dr. Sherry O’Donnell, one of Dr. Fountain’s close colleagues in whole person medicine while he was in Michigan, joined us and shared in the teaching.

The Retreat was hosted at The Meliora Faculty Club on the U of R River Campus. Physicians received up to 5 hours of Category I CME credit for their participation. The event was a wonderful time of spiritual nurture and growth for all who attended.

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