Transformed Doctors, Transforming the World.
Women Physicians in Christ
2018 Annual Conference
When Life Goes Dark: Finding Hope in the Midst of Burnout & Depression
Norton Shores, Michigan
Midwest Fall Conference
Why Christian Healthcare Professionals Need Motivation, Education, and Equipping for Today's Moral Climate...
Death of Evangelism
Fewer than one in 10 Americans talk about God, faith, religion or spirituality even once a week (8%)—and only an additional 15 percent do so once a month. In fact, the average adult says they only have about one spiritual conversation a year.
[Barna Group, 2018]
Acceptance of Unethical Practices
Seven percent of physicians in a 1998 survey said that under current legal constraints, there are circumstances in which they would administer a lethal injection to a competent patient; 24 percent said they would do so if the practice were legal.
[New England Journal of Medicine, 1998]
Physician Burnout & Stress
48% of critical care physicians reported high levels of burnout with 15% experiencing some level of colloquial or clinical depression. 5% of those surveyed admitted the stress caused them to make errors that cause harm to their patients.
Fear of Malpractice
84.7% of physicians have overprescribed, overtreated, or unnecessarily ordered unneeded tests as a result of their increased fears of malpractice accusations.