In medical school, were you taught to treat all patients with equal care and concern? Were you taught that it is unethical to discriminate against patients—refusing to treat someone or treating them less thoroughly—based on race, nationality, religion or even ability to pay? Were you taught to respect the beliefs of each patient, even while trying to explain how some of those beliefs might be harming their health?Read More
A busy general pediatrics group of four doctors looking for a full-time pediatrician to replace a retiring physician in Montgomery, AL. Four-day work week, attractive call, 3 hours from the beaches, and solid patient base. Practice was established 37 years ago. All pediatricians are believers and are seeking a like-minded partner. Contact Den Trumbull at TrumbullD3@gmail.com or 334-273-9700.Read More
Do you long to see God work through your medical practice? We are the largest vasectomy reversal practice in the U.S. We plant God’s field for new birth in body and spirit. We train physicians spiritually and medically. If you proficiently enjoy simple skin suturing; if you want to make disciple-making disciples of Jesus among your patients and God is calling you to this work, we can train you in this medical ministry to fulfill the Great Commission. Come join us at our Warwick, Rhode Island location. We are also eager to talk with medical students about future clinic locations.Read More
Second in a series of “instant meetings.” Al Weir explores two subjects on this DVD, the first titled, Is There a Place for God in Medicine? As a medical oncologist, Dr. Weir faces tough decisions with his patients on a daily basis. Session 1 explores a topic that lies at the center of the task to care for those who suffer. Even if you are not a person of faith, when your patients are seriously ill, most of them will cry out to God for help. Answer questions such as:
» How do I put together God’s work and science in the healing of my patients?
» Do I have to take off my Christian hat when I come into the hospital and put on my scientific hat, then change again when I go home—or can I wear consistently a hat that says both Science and Christ?
» Is there a place for the God I serve in scientific healthcare?
Session 2 titled Communicating Bad News explores the methods used to communicate news to a patient that may not be well received. As physical, psychological, emotional, social and spiritual people, we as doctors and fellow humans are responsible for the whole person. Answer questions such as:
» What is this patient’s most important consideration when she hears the news?
» What do you feel when you are giving the news?
» Is communicating bad news an art or a science?
» What are your goals for the communication that is about to take place?
» What do you need to do the day before meeting with this patient?
Use this insightful tool to create an atmosphere for discussion and growth.
Session 1 – 31:30 minutes.
Session 2 – 21:06 minutes.
Each volume in the Just Add Water series includes advice from Dr. David Stevens on “How to Have a Meeting”.
Length is 10:12 minutesRead More
The first in a series of “instant meetings.” This informative DVD will help answer questions such as: What is the difference between a doctor and a Christian doctor? Is it just belief in Christ as their Savior or is it more? Dr. David Stevens examines the “Marks of a Christian Doctor” in CMDA’s resource, Just Add Water. He looks at the characteristics Christian doctors demonstrate that sets them apart from their non-Christian colleagues. This two-session DVD will help you identify the marks of the Great Physician and learn how to incorporate them into your practice of medicine. Topics include:
· Scars, Bad or Beautiful
· Competency and Control
· Tyrant or Servant Leader?
· Communication, Character and Compassion.
Session 1 = 25:47 minutes.
Session 2 = 30:37 minutes.
Each volume in the Just Add Water series includes advice from Dr. David Stevens on “How to Have a Meeting”.Read More