CMDA Matters is the premier audio resource for Christian healthcare professionals. Hosted by CMDA CEO Dr. Mike Chupp, it is a weekly podcast that includes interviews with experts from Christian healthcare professionals. Topics include bioethics, healthcare missions, financial stewardship, marriage, family and much more. Listen to CMDA Matters today on the CMDA Go app, iTunes and the CMDA website. When you subscribe to our iTunes channel or Google Play, you will get notified about the podcast episodes on a weekly basis.
Available Episodes of CMDA Matters for Members and Non-Members
Dr. Matthew Eppinette, Executive Director of The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity, discusses the importance of bioethics in today’s culture, as well as how we can learn from the past to prepare for the future.
Professor Robert George from Princeton University, one of the country’s foremost and leading voices in the subject of civil liberties, shares about the good news and the bad news facing us as we seek to protect conscience freedoms.
Dr. Jerome Adams, the 20th Surgeon General of the United States, talks about his journey to serving in public policy and his efforts to lead American through pressing health challenges, like the opioid epidemic.
3rd year medical student Ryan Orlando talks about how CMDA is making a difference and impacting him as he journeys through healthcare training.
Dr. Curt Thompson shares about how our desire for spiritual connection with God and deeper connections with each other can lead us to living more fully integrated, connected lives.
Dr. Darrell Bock from The Hendricks Center at Dallas Theological Seminary talks about the importance of listening and cultural engagement in today’s world.
Ryan Bomberger, the founder of the Radiance Foundation, talks about his work to create a culture that believes every human life has purpose.
Luke Goodrich from Becket Fund for Religious Liberty shares about the key and important role CMDA plays in protecting conscience freedoms in healthcare.
Dr. Farr Curlin gives a keynote address to celebrate and affirm the value of conscience freedoms in healthcare.