Teaching

Roots and Fruit

Posted by on Oct 19, 2014 in Meetings, Teaching | 0 comments

Roots and Fruit

We had a deeply encouraging time of fellowship and edification at the Academy of Medicine at yesterday’s Fall Breakfast! Dr. David Holmes made gave an engaging and stimulating presentation about “Experiencing God” in our daily lives that’s worth making available here, both for those who attended and those who couldn’t make the event. Just click on this link, review Dr. Holmes’ PowerPoint presentation, and let us know if you’d like to have a Workbook or Prayer...

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FW: CMDA Winter Conference 2014

Posted by on Nov 12, 2013 in Fellowship, Meetings, Missions, Teaching | 0 comments

FW: CMDA Winter Conference 2014

Hello everyone, We bring great tidings of joy! Our fellowship lunch is tomorrow, Wednesday, at 12:00 PM in Pbl 5. We will be providing some snacks and desert! Also, see below for information about the CMDA’s Northeast Winter conference. It is being held at the beautiful Sandy Cove in Maryland (6hrs of fun carpool time!) during a holiday weekend in January. Hope to see you tomorrow!! Blesssings, Chanh & Andres ________________________________________ From: Scott Boyles Sent: Tuesday, October 22, 2013 10:22 AM Subject: CMDA Winter Conference 2014 Dear CMDA Student Leaders,...

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Webinar “Praying with Patients” on March 18 + Happy Spring Break!

Posted by on Mar 8, 2012 in Prayer, Teaching | 0 comments

Hi everyone, On this eve before spring break, we want to wish you well and let you know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. For those of us who have exams, do not stress out or worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself–especially you MTCers (everyone will pass!). Whether you're staying close by or traveling far away, we pray that you will have a restful and rejuvenating week. AND some announcements….  1. There's a CMDA (Christian Medical and Dental Association) webinar taking place on Sun. March 18 at 8:30pm about Praying with Patients. Check out...

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Fwd: RIT Outreach Series – Veritas Exchange

Posted by on Sep 17, 2011 in Fellowship, Teaching | 0 comments

Fwd: RIT Outreach Series – Veritas Exchange

Hello all, Thanks again for praying for David, his surgery went well and he went home the same day.  Continue to pray for a smooth and speedy recovery. We look forward to see him back in action soon. A URMC faculty member requested that we pass along info about lecture series happening at RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology) called "What is Truth?: Searching for the Reality and Necessity of God". Some of you may be familiar with Intervarsity's Veritas Forums, an outreach ministry that invites experts in their field to discuss the relation between God and...

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Conscientious objection and opting out of sessions

Posted by on Jan 7, 2010 in Prayer, Teaching | 0 comments

Hey guys, I just wanted to remind you guys that the school has in a place a policy for opting out of educational experiences that a student finds objectionable. I was less than thrilled about the way the human sexuality lectures and small groups were run and I just wanted to pass along an email discussion with Dr. Markakis as I am opting out of some future ACE sessions. So bottom line, it is your education, and it should be handled in a way you feel is appropriate. If you are uncomfortable with material, you have the right in our student handbook to learn it in a way that is consistent with...

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Keys of Thriving (Not Just Surviving!)

Posted by on Sep 10, 2009 in Teaching | 0 comments

Last week when Dr. Joe Kearns, MD, Emergency Medicine, presented on Keys of Thriving (Not Just Surviving!) in Medical School and Beyond at PSU-Hershey’s Christian Medical Society lunch lecture, I couldn’t help but think this has ESN* written all over it. Below are a few main points which I culled/distilled from his presentation. Let me know what you think of their relevance to your graduate school/professional experience. Feel free to highlight, expand upon, or share a story in relationship to one or several points. “Life is going to get better after…” This is just not true. Life doesn’t get...

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