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Fusion Talk 5-8-21

Posted by on Apr 15, 2021 in Meetings, Teaching | 0 comments

Fusion Talk 5-8-21

You’re Invited! Join us and our Buffalo CMDA of Western NY colleagues at a virtual conference online on Saturday, May 8 for our next Fusion Talk on Understanding Racism in Healthcare, Part II. May Fusion Talk: Understanding Racism in Healthcare, Part 2 Saturday, May 8 | 7:00 – 8:30 pm | Zoom Event Details Register Here (zoom link is in registration confirmation) Further Information Website Event See Flyer attached Recordings of Past Fusion Talks The Pandemic Goes to Church: COVID-19 & the Vaccine Who Goes First?: COVID-19 & the Vaccine Understanding Racism in Healthcare, Part 1...

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Who Goes First?

Posted by on Jan 3, 2021 in Teaching | 0 comments

Who Goes First?

Covid-19 & the Vaccine Event by CMDA of WNY cosponsored by MCCF Online ZOOM Meeting Saturday, January 16, 2021 at 7 – 8:30 pm As the world waits for the COVID-19 vaccine, there are a flood of questions. Who will the vaccine be available to first? Was it ethically developed? Is it safe? Will it end COVID-19? Can we trust the information? Come hear Ed Bednarczyk, PharmD, John Crane, MD, PhD and Rev. Julian Cook respond to these and many other questions related to the vaccine from a Christian worldview. Format for Event 7:00 Introduction 7:10 Panel Discussion with speakers 8:00...

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2019 CCHF Conference

Posted by on Feb 8, 2019 in Fellowship, Meetings, Missions, Teaching | 0 comments

2019 CCHF Conference

Interwoven Join the group from Buffalo and Rochester going to Cincinnati this March! Drs. David Holmes and Myron Glick in Buffalo and Dr. Morehouse and Jan Thirlby in Rochester are organizing a contingent of health care workers to attend this year’s Christian Community Health Fellowship (CCHF) national conference, organized on the missional medicine theme of “Interwoven” – indicating that all that we do is interwoven with our faith. Drs. Glick and Morehouse will be among the presenters. CCHF MISSION The mission of CCHF is to educate, encourage and equip Christians to...

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ACEs Breakfast Report

Posted by on Oct 29, 2018 in Fellowship, Meetings, 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 the...

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2018 Fall Breakfast

Posted by on Sep 30, 2018 in Fellowship, Meetings, 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...

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August Retreat 2018

Posted by on Aug 3, 2018 in Fellowship, Meetings, 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 (students and residents welcome at no cost!) 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...

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