CCHF Conference Program 2017

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THURSDAY, MAY 18th

I nte ns ives & CCH F x 1:00-5:00PM

COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS IN THE USA Stan Rowland

RELATIONSHIP CENTERED COMMUNICATION: ENHANCING HOW WE CARE FOR PATIENTS . Damon Boogaart Megan Boogaart

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FRIDAY, MAY 19th Breakout 1 1:00-2:00PM

TAKING A SPIRITUAL HISTORY: GOOD MEDICINE FOR THE PATIENT AND THE PROFESSIONAL?

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AT WORK: THE PEACEMAKER ADDITION Jane Im

Bob Mason

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Breakout 2 2:30-3:30PM

Breakout 3 4:00-5:00PM

PROVIDING SPIRITUAL CARE: IS IT ETHICAL? Jen Jung

CE HIRING FOR THE SWEET SPOT : HIRING MISSIONMINDED EMPLOYEES Brandy Boler-Daniels

CE THE FOUR DOMAINS OF SPIRITUAL HEALTH Jim Shultz

ARE YOU AN EXTREMIST OR AN UPSTREAMIST? UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH Rachel Parrill

WHAT OPPORTUNITIES DO NURSES HAVE IN A COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER? Laura Cooper

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Bruce Miller James Brooks

Sister Mary Diana Dreger

ADDRESSING AND TREATING DEPRESSION - A PERSONAL APPROACH Dr. Bill Morehouse

CE HELP! THE SEISMIC SHIFT TO POPULATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT Bruce Rowell Doyin Adewale Nia Foney

GROWING AND SUSTAINING REVENUE TO SERVE MORE PATIENTS Stephanie Garris Beth Brown

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THE JOY OF HEALTHCARE: WHY WE SERVE THE POOR

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JOHN PERKINS’ 3 RS APPLICATION TODAY

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ENDURING, NOT EPHEMERAL: FREE AND CHARITABLE CLINICS’ ROLE IN THE SAFETY NET Julie Darnell

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BUILDING A STAFF TEAM TO WIN

WHY AREN’T WE GROWING ASKING TOUGH QUESTIONS

Shawn Powers

Beth Brown

S AT U R D AY, M AY 20th

Breakout 4 9:00-10:00AM

HOW TO PRAY “GOOD NEWS” WITH PATIENTS

FINDING GOD’S WILL: A JOURNEY TO RURAL AMERICA Geogy Thomas Will Davies

Dr. Bill Morehouse

SHOWING COMPASSION AND LOVE FOR CHRONIC, NON-MALIGNANT PAIN PATIENTS: CARING FOR THE SUBSET OF PATIENTS ON HIGH-DOSE OPIOID THERAPY John Boll

Breakout 5 10:30-11:30AM

CARING FOR KIN: WHAT ARE THE UNIQUE CHALLENGES WHEN FAMILY MEMBERS STEP IN TO CARE FOR CHILDREN?

COMMITTED TO RECOVERY - A FAITH-BASED, OPIATE ADDICTION RECOVERY PROGRAM WITHIN A PHYSICIAN’S OFFICE

Debbi Borchers

Dave Holmes

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SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES - A CURE FOR MODERN ILLS: EVIDENCE BASED APPROACH TO THE IMPACT OF SPIRITUALITY ON HEALTH Jonathan Wilson

JESUS ON THE JOURNEY Katy White

BEGINNING WITH THE END IN MIND: THE 10 YEAR PROCESS FROM VISION TO SUSTAINABILITY OF AN URBAN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER Phyllis Platt David Dageforde

OFFERING HOPE DISGUISED AS HELP. RECOGNIZING POVERTY AND PLIGHT Michael Johnson Neil Pitts

HOW SERVING THE POOREST IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY LED ME TO SERVE THE POOREST IN MY OWN CITY...REFLECTIONS OF AN OBSTETRICIAN. Anne Ruch


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HAVING FUN WITH QUALITY IMPROVEMENT: HOW TO ENHANCE YOUR MISSION AND VISION WHILE DOING QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

John Boll

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Jen Jung

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A BIBLICAL BASIS FOR HEALTH AND HEALING

Mitch Duininck

Myron Glick Phebian Abdulai

HOW FAITH CARRIED OUR CLINIC THROUGH THE STORMS

Lisa Green

Hong Wilson

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CRHM’s Ministry Model: how we run a Christian FQHC with a 330 grant

SURGERY FOR THE UNDERSERVED AT HOME AND ABROAD

Joel Medendorp

Nia Zalamea

PREPARING FOR VALUEBASED REIMBURSEMENT Kyle Vath

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Tyler Whitaker

SIGNING A LEASE FOR KING JESUS Kate Abraham Paul Abraham

BEYOND PATIENT CENTERED MEDICAL HOME TO CHRIST CENTERED MEDICAL HOME Bob Paeglow Andrew English Bob Paeglow Jr

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THE ELEMENT OF TIME IS CHANGING THE FACE OF LEADERSHIP IN HEALTHCARE

“3 OUT OF 10 AIN’T BAD”: ADVICE FOR THOSE CONSIDERING, OR NEW TO, RELOCATION AND MISSIONAL LIVING

Covington

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FOLLOWING OUR FRIENDS HOME. THE AMAZING STORY OF ADAMA MARTHA MEMORIAL COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER IN KONO, SIERRA LEONE.

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PROVIDING SPIRITUAL CARE: IS IT ETHICAL?

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BEHAVIORAL SCREENING AND INTERVENTION: POTENT PATIENTCENTERED PREVENTION

Richard Brown

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FROM THE CLINIC TO THE COMMUNITY: LOOKING OUTSIDE THE WALLS OF YOUR CLINIC Philip Renfroe

Janet Aguirre

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GOVERNANCE: HOW IMPORTANT IS YOUR BOARD? Bruce Miller

BEST PRACTICES FOR INTEGRATING LEARNERS OF ALL LEVELS INTO A BUSY HEALTH CENTER Christy O’Dea with Panel

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CCHF AND THE MOVEMENT Steve Noblett

ADVOCACY IN THE IN THE FACE OF INJUSTICE: WHAT ARE FOLLOWERS OF JESUS TO DO?

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AIN’T NOBODY GOT TIME FOR THAT Nathan Cook

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FAITH, TRAUMA AND THE BRAIN: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

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DIRECT PRIMARY CARE CAN IT WORK TO CARE FOR THE URBAN UNDERSERVED? Nick Tomsen Brandon Alleman

WHY EVERY CHRISTIAN CLINIC NEEDS A COMMUNITY HEALTH ASSESSMENT (AND HOW TO DO ONE)

Erika Sy Melissa Beth Huston

GOT PHARMACY? HOW TO UTILIZE PHARMACISTS IN YOUR CLINIC Andrew Straw Juanita Draime, Thad Franz

Danielle King

Amy Richardson

Doug Collins

Myron Glick

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PATIENT-CENTERED SPIRITUAL CARE Danielle King Lucas Wilmore Nathan Cook

PERSISTENT, CONSISTENT AND INTENTIONAL

THERE & BACK AGAIN, A HOBBIT’S TALE: GOD’S FAITHFULNESS IN LONGTERM OVERSEAS MEDICAL MISSION WORK, START TO FINISH

DEVELOPING AN INTEGRATED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAM IN UNDERSERVED PRIMARY CARE SETTINGS

4 AREAS OF CHRISTIAN HEALTHCARE MINISTRY Steve Noblett

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, MAY 18 Morning Lunch Afternoon

Dinner Evening

Registration

10:00-7:00

Student Volunteer Training

10:00-11:30

On Your Own Intensive Track Sessions & CCHFx

1:00-5:00

Site Visits

1:00 & 3:00

Student Volunteer Training

2:00-3:30

On Your Own Executive reception & dinner (cosponsored by MedSend)

4:30-6:45pm

Plenary 1 - Dr. Bob Sayson

7:00-9:00

Ice Cream Social

9:00-10:00

FRIDAY, MAY 19TH Exercise

Breakfast Morning Lunch Afternoon Dinner Evening

Refit Exercise Class

6:00-7:00

On Your Own

7:00-8:00

- provided by your hotel

Bible Study w/ Rick Donlon

8:00-9:00

Plenary 2 - Dr. Nia Zalamea

9:30-11:30

Provided in The Village

Behavioral Health lunch in Room 6. Workshop Sessions

1:00-5:00

On Your Own Trivia Night

5:30 - 8:00

SATURDAY, MAY 20TH Exercise

Breakfast Morning Lunch Afternoon

Refit Exercise Class

6:00-7:00

On Your Own

7:00-8:00

- provided by your hotel

Bible Study w/James Brooks

8:00-8:45

Workshop Sessions

9:00-11:30

Provided in The Village Spiritual Care lunch in Room 6 Plenary 3 - Harvey Carey

1:00-3:00


TABLE OF CONTENTS At a Glance Workshops At a Glance

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Schedule

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Map & Village

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Thursday Schedule

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CCHFx and Intensive Sessions

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Plenary Session 1

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Ice Cream Social

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Friday Schedule

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Plenary Session 2

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Workshop Sessions

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Trivia Night

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Saturday Schedule

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Workshop Sessions

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Plenary Session 3

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Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Connections Sponsors

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CONFERENCE MAP N O R T H K Y CO N V E N T I O N C E N T E R

WO R K S H O P S

PRAYER ROOM

WOR K S H O P S PLENARY

T H E V ILL AG E

WALKWAY TO MARRIOTT

TO COVINGTON BALLROOM & CHILDCARE (in Kentucky Room) AT THE MARRIOTT

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CCHF IS A COMMUNITY That is what we hope to capture in The Village at this Conference. The Village will be open throughout the conference as a gathering place, a place of fellowship and connection and prayer. It is where relationships can form, and where you can learn about others who are part of the CCHF community. Relax with a cup of coffee or stroll through the Gallery that features Christian clinics across the country. Get a feel for how God is using you in a larger strategy to extend the love of Christ through healthcare to those who are marginalized across our nation.

ORGANIZATIONS IN THE VILLAGE Beacon Christian Health Center Butterfield Memorial Collaborative for Neighborhood Transformation Crossroad Health Center (Cincinnati) Cross Road Ministries (Alaska) CCHS - Augusta CCHS - Memphis CHC Austell (Community Lab Testing) Dayspring Family Health Center Healing Hands Ministries His Branches Health Hope Health Center In His Image Family Medicine Residency Jericho Road Community Health Center Lawndale Christian Health Center Lower Lights Christian Health Center Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas Resurrection Health

EXHIBIT SPACES AmeriCares A.T. Still University - School of Osteopathic Medicine Blessings International Good Samaritan, Tulsa Hungry for Life In His Image Family Medicine Residency MedSend Waco Family Medicine Residency W.A.R International

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS CCHF is led by a Board of exceptional servant-leaders who embody the mission and values of CCHF in their personal lives and ministries. Board members typically serve 5 year terms, and do so at their own expense. Please keep the Board of Directors in your prayers. John David Williamson, MD BoardChair Resurrection Health, Memphis, TN

Jonathan Wildt, MS, AM Vice Chair Lawndale Christian Health Center, Chicago, IL

Bettina Lewis, MBA Secretary Los Angeles Christian Health Center, Los Angeles, CA

Dana Vallangeon, MD Treasurer Lower Lights Christian Health Center, Columbus, OH

John Boll, DO, FAAFP Williamsport Family Medicine Residency, Williamsport, PA

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Beth Cox Brown, Butterfield Memorial Foundation, Oklahoma City, OK

Robert Campbell, MD Christ Community Health Services, Augusta, GA

Jenny Dittes, PA-C Hope Family Health Westmoreland, TN

Daisey Dowell, MD Lawndale Christian Health Center, Chicago, IL

Myron Glick MD Jericho Road Community Health Center, Buffalo, NY

Andrew Kim, MD Resurrection Health Services, Memphis, TN

Rachel Kim, MA Esperanza Health Center Philadelphia, PA

Renee Nicholas, RN, BSN Intervarsity Chicago, IL

Bob Paeglow, MD Koinonia Primary Care, Albany, NY

Bruce Rowell, MD Lawndale Christian Health Center, Chicago, IL


“INSPIRED BY A VISION, FOCUSED ON A MISSION, ROOTED IN KINGDOM VALUES”

VISION

We envision a movement of God’s people who choose daily to promote healing in marginalized communities in the name of Jesus.

MISSION

The mission of Christian Community Health Fellowship is to encourage, engage and equip Christians to live out the gospel through healthcare among the poor and marginalized.

VALUES • Supremacy of Christ: Honoring the Lordship of Christ and submitting ourselves to his authority and person. • Prophetic Voice: Challenging God’s people to choose to go against the status quo; to be incarnational, sacrificial, and to enter into the suffering of the poor. • Wholistic Care: Encouraging excellent, compassionate health care, ministering to spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of people and their communities. • Reconciliation: Restoring right relationships to God, to one another, and to all of creation, addressing barriers that commonly divide, including race, social status, and economic oppression. • Justice: Working toward God’s kingdom, setting all things right for the oppressed, the forgotten, and particularly the marginalized in our health care system. • Partnership: Listening to and working alongside churches, patients, our communities, and one another.

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Announcing two new CCHF initiatives…

TALK

CONNECT

We’ve launched our podcast AND technical assistance website. Discover these & more online at CCHF.org


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WORSHIP BAND

Leading us in worship during our Plenary and Bible Study sessions this year are Jeremy Horn (leader), Chris Smith (drums), DJ Pruitt (bass) and Nick Steele (guitar). These are all worship leaders from Memphis who share our desire to see God’s presence honored and Christ’s kingdom advanced.

You can purchase CDs at the resource table or download worship music by Jeremy Horn at

WWW.J E REMYH ORNMUSIC.COM

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THE ROLE OF CCHF

T h er e i s a g r o wi n g m ovem en t of C h ri sti a ns w ho a r e co mmit t e d t o b r ing he a ling t o ma r gina li z e d c o m m u n i t i e s i n na m e. C C H F i s th e joi n t effort of th ose i n t he mo v e me nt t o he lp o t he r s f ind t he ir p la ce in o ur c o m m o n c a u s e , p e r s in o u r m u t u a l c alli n g , an d g row i n our un d e r s t a nd ing o f w ha t it me a ns t o b e a mb a s s a d o r s o f C h r i s t i n h e a l t h c a r e co m m u n i t i es o f n eed. S i m ply put, th e rol e o f CCH F is t o s up p o r t a nd gr o w t his mo v e me nt . W e d o t h i s t h r o u g h . .

1.RELATIONAL NETWORK The most powerful thing about CCHF is the actual community. It is real and relational. We share our experiences and insights and help one another. We help members of this movement find one another and connect in meaningful ways that honors Christ and advances His cause.

2.NATIONAL AND REGIONAL EVENTS The most visible of these is the CCHF conference - a 3-day event with inspiring speakers, informative workshops, and opportunities to network. Christian leaders and pioneers are available to newcomers to both share and to listen to the new voices in this community.

3.STUDENTS AND RESIDENTS Through collaborative relationships with groups like CMDA, MCO and InterVarsity, CCHF practitioners speak to campus groups at over 100 campuses every year. We provide clinical experiences through preceptor and internship programs in Christian clinics. And we help residents find placements at clinics where they can integrate faith with clinical care for the medically underserved.

4.PUBLICATIONS Health & Development (H&D) is a non-commercial periodical where Christian professionals working with the medically underserved share their stories and explore the unique challenges encountered in providing holistic, Christ-driven care in domestic cross-cultural settings. Upholding the Vision, 3rd Edition

5.WWW.CCHF.ORG The CCHF website is a “toolshed� where participants in the movement share resources to help you grow in conviction and ability to fulfill your calling in healthcare. It is constantly growing as the community adds content, and the dialogue progresses as we grapple with what it means to live out the gospel through healthcare among the poor.

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A CULTURE OF PRAYER “I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven. For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them.” (Matt 18.19-20) Prayer is a tangible admission that we are dependent on God. It is perhaps the greatest way to grow in our intimacy with Him through Christ, and without doubt, the most important thing we do at this conference. Take advantage of our time together to pray with one another, pay attention to God’s presence and His leading, and make space for prayer throughout the conference.

Here are some prayer opportunities: • Corporate Prayer during the plenary sessions. These will be led by people on stage and will give us time to pray for one another. • Prayer Team. After plenary sessions and throughout the conference members of the “Prayer Team” are available to pray for and with you. These are select, trusted, balanced Christians who will be wearing Prayer Team t-shirts. They have already been praying for you, and are ready to stand with you as you respond to God’s word and the Spirit’s conviction. • Pray with others. Please pray with one another! Pray with those you already know and those you are meeting for the first time. We are all discovering what it means to live out the gospel as a community, and it is almost never inappropriate for us to pray for one another. We look forward to hearing how God has met you at the conference, how he used you in the lives of others, and how He used others to speak to you.

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“…the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groans that words cannot express… the Spirit intercedes for the saints in accordance with God’s will.” “Christ Jesus, who died-more than that, who was raised to life--is at the right hand of God and is also interceding for us.” (Rom 8:26-27,34)

“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” (Matt 7:7)


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THURSDAY SCHEDULE THURSDAY, MAY 18 Morning Lunch Afternoon

Dinner Evening

Registration

10:00-7:00

Student Volunteer Training

10:00-11:30

On Your Own Intensive Track Sessions & CCHFx

1:00-5:00

Site Visits

1:00 & 3:00

Student Volunteer Training

2:00-3:30

On Your Own Executive reception & dinner (cosponsored by MedSend)

4:30-6:45pm

Plenary 1 - Dr. Bob Sayson

7:00-9:00

Ice Cream Social

9:00-10:00

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INTENSIVES

THURSDAY May 18th / 1:00-5:00pm

1:00-5:00

1:00-5:00

Community Health Workers in the USA

Relationship Centered Communication: Enhancing how we care for patients.

Stan Rowland

Damon Boogaart Megan Boogaart

1:00-3:00

3:00-5:00

Having Fun with Quality Behavioral Improvement: How Screening and Providing Spiritual to Enhance Your Intervention: Potent Care: Is It Ethical? Mission and Vision Patient-Centered While Doing Quality Prevention Improvement John Boll

Richard Brown

Jen Jung

Behavioral risks and disorders are responsible for much chronic illness, suffering, disparity, economic cost and death. Systematic behavioral screening and intervention (BSI) can improve health and reduce costs. Yet few patients receive robust BSI, largely because of lack of provider and nurse training and time. In a Wisconsinbased project, 33 healthcare settings expanded their teams with specially trained paraprofessionals, screened over 100,000 patients, and elicited substantial reductions in binge drinking, marijuana use and healthcare costs. Come learn how healthcare settings and communitybased programs can deliver valuable behavioral screening and intervention

You’d like to care for the whole person - medical, emotional, and spiritual. And your patients seem to appreciate this as well. But is it professionally appropriate? Is it ethical? Does it violate the professional/patient relationship or take advantage of the vulnerable patient? And what if you practice in a secular setting? This session will look at various issues regarding the provision of whole person care to patients such as ethics, outcomes, attitudes of professionals and patients drawing from a number of sources including peer reviewed studies and Joint Commission guidelines.

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Community health workers are widely used in developing countries around the world, but not so widely used domestically. That need to change. Through the ACA, some community based health centers now have the possibility of reimbursement, which will enable clinics to develop health education programs in their neighborhoods and to provide health worker training through their clinics. This interactive intensive features multiple practitioners sharing experiences in implementing community health programs here in the U.S. Presentations will include an overview of the evolution of community health work, and case studies of best practices and models of care in CH from the following: · Esperanza Health Center in Philadelphia · Indiana Community Health Workers Association · Shawnee Health Center in Louisville KY

Healthcare providers serving those in need instinctively desire to address patient concerns with empathy. The Cleveland Clinic’s REDETM communication tools encompass a variety of techniques that will refine your communication skills, assist you in defining healthcare goals, uncover health literacy barriers and increase trust between your patients and their healthcare team. From the front office to the physician staff, all benefit when we intentionally practice communicating more effectively. REDETM communication can revitalize patient relationships and trust, and reduce caregiver burnout. As Christ followers we will also explore how relationship-centered communication can build safe relationships with patients that offer hope and healing through Christ’s Redemptive EmpathyTM.

Quality improvement (QI) is increasingly a focus of the care we provide to our patients. Incorporating continuous QI into our office or clinic setting can be a challenging experience due to staffing issues, knowledge, and limited resources. However, performing quality improvement in an efficient fashion can be very rewarding for staff at all levels. This session will look at the definition of quality and methods of QI with the goal of providing a framework for performing QI in underserved communities that enhances the care and mission/vision of your health center.

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•This workshop will be repeated on Friday, Session 2, 2:303:30pm


cchf HOSTS

JONATHAN WILDT

THURSDAY May 12th 1:00-2:30PM 3:00-4:30PM

BRIEF TALKS ABOUT BIG IDEAS TO ADVANCE THE MISSION OF CHRIST IN HEALTHCARE CCHFx is a series of short, fast-paced presentations by CCHF practitioners from across the country. These 10-15 minute talks focus is on one creative, take-away concept that has helped the presenter or their organization be more faithful to the common mission of doing Christ’s work Christ’s way, as they live out the gospel through healthcare among the poor. Topics include practical tools, personal development, and missional strategies, with a little art and entertainment thrown in. Administrators, providers, support staff, and allied health professionals will all come away thinking more creatively and stirred in faith about our work.

LANCE LUTTRELL

COVINGTON ROOM Main Floor of Marriott Hotel

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THURSDAY 7:00-9:00PM

PLENARY 1 BOB SAYSON In 2006, Dr. Bob Sayson and his wife, Alice, were exploring opportunities to serve overseas as permanent medical missionaries. Dr. Bob’s medical work had led him all around the world: from the mountains of Pakistan to rural villages in Africa to the jungles of the Philippines, and his heart was to use his medical gifts to bring healing to the most vulnerable. He was invited to help with a one-day medical clinic event in the Portland area, and was struck by the crowd of people seeking access to simple medical care. So he invited a core group of friends and mentors to pray with him about what role he might have in God’s plan to bring healing to that area. Through that time of prayer, Bob and Alice resolved to leave practice, downsize life, and volunteer their time and service in what became Good News Community Health Center in Gresham, Oregon. Bob and Alice connected with CCHF in 2008, and Bob served as a Board member for five years. God has used the Saysons to keep us focused on Christ as an organization, and have been a powerful example of the power of prayer and encouragement.

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ICE CREAM SOCIAL

THURSDAY 9-10PM In THE VILLAGE Sponsored By

THE ICE CREAM SOCIAL IS A CCHF CONFERENCE TRADITION. IN ADDITION TO ENJOYING SOME GREAT ICE CREAM AND GETTING TO MEET SOME GREAT PEOPLE, WE HAVE AN “OPEN MIC” SESSION WHERE PEOPLE SHARE SPECIFIC WANTS AND NEEDS

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• Have a job opening? • Need a job? • Starting a clinic and want some help? • Looking to meet a specific type of person? • Have a non-commercial opportunity you want to share? This is your time to step up to the mic and let everyone know.


#cchf2016 THURSDAY, MAY 18

FRIDAY SCHEDULE Morning

Lunch

Afternoon

Dinner Evening

Registration

10:00-7:00

Student Volunteer Training

10:00-11:30

On Your Own - provided by your hotel Intensive Track Sessions & CCHFx

1:00-5:00

Site Visits

1:00-3:00

Student Volunteer Training

2:00-3:30

On Your Own Executive reception & dinner (cosponsored by MedSend)

4:30-6:45pm

Plenary 1 - Dr. Bob Sayson

7:00-9:00

Ice Cream Social

9:00-10:00

FRIDAY, MAY 19TH Exercise

Breakfast Morning Lunch Afternoon Dinner Evening

Refit Exercise Class

6:00-7:00

On Your Own

7:00-8:00

- provided by your hotel

Bible Study w/ Rick Donlon

8:00-9:00

Plenary 2 - Dr. Nia Zalamea

9:30-11:30

Provided in The Village Behavioral Health lunch in Room 6* Workshop Sessions

1:00-5:00

On Your Own Trivia Night

5:30 - 8:00

* I f you are a B e havi oral H e al t h p rof e s s i onal ( psycholo gist, LCSW, counselor, family and 20TH marriage therapist, or psychiatrist ) SATURDAY, MAY grab a b ox l u nch and joi n u s f or a ne t work i ng s es s io n a n d d i s cu s s i on i n RoRefit o mExercise 6 Class 6:00-7:00 Exercise Breakfast Morning Lunch Afternoon

On Your Own

- provided by your hotel

Bible Study w/James Brooks

8:00-8:45

Workshop Sessions

9:00-11:30

Provided in The Village Spiritual Care lunch in Room 6 Plenary 3 - Harvey Carey

1:00-3:00

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FRIDAY 9:30-11:30AM

PLENARY 2 NIA ZALAMEA Nia Zalamea is a general surgeon in Memphis, TN. She felt called to medical missions after going with her father overseas in 1999 right after finishing her undergrad work at U of Virginia. In response, she decided to go to med school to become a General Surgeon. She did her residency in California, and returned to western Virginia, where she worked in a rural practice. It was there that she saw the brokenness of the healthcare system in America first hand. “After five years, I found out that I wasn’t actually living my mission; I had put five people into bankruptcy. What I saw in rural America was that even one operation could completely derail not just one generation but multiple generations. Not just in terms of economics, but in terms of social capital, education, and everything we know that affects health and medical care.” Dr. Zalamea returned Memphis where she served the poor and uninsured as a staff surgeon for the Church Health Center for several years before joining the staff of the University of Tennessee. She has been a plenary speaker for CCDA, and her work has been featured in Sojourner’s Magazine. Nia continues to integrate her deep faith in Christ with her medical work, and to serve as a medical missionary both domestically and abroad.

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WORKSHOPS FRI DAY, M ay 19th > 1:00-2:00P M

Conflict Management at Work: the Peacemaker Addition

Are You an Extremist or an Upstreamist? Understanding the Social Determinants of Health

Bob Mason

Jane Im

Rachel Parrill

Peer reviewed and popular studies show that patients want their healthcare professional to be sensitive to their spiritual needs. But can that be done in a timely, professional, caring, and ethical manner? Healthcare professionals are often unclear how they might care for the whole person – physical, emotional, and spiritual. Also, many are lagging behind in the Joint Commission directives for whole person care. This practical session will equip you with proven tools that will empower you to provide a compassionate and superior level of patient care. It might also refresh your passion for work and ministry!

Just the thought of managing conflict in the workplace can evoke intimidation and fear in even the most courageous of hearts. Let’s face it: many would rather quit their jobs than deal with conflict. In referencing the beatitudes, as those who are called “the children of God,” how do we rise to the challenge of becoming “peacemakers” in our own work place? How does a healthy view of conflict management change the work culture to promote creativity, teamwork, and engagement? How important is our identity as “children of God” in creating this shift? Join us in this discussion!

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ROOM 2

Taking a Spiritual History: Good Medicine for the Patient and the Professional?

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BREAKOUT 1

John Perkins’ 3 Rs Application Today

Growing and Sustaining Revenue To Serve More Patients

Bruce Miller James Brooks

Stephanie Garris Beth Brown

In this session, we will unpack the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) and discuss the application of the SDOH model to primary care and vulnerable populations. We will argue that an understanding of the factors related to where we live, work, play, and pray is essential to the future of health care. Understanding the complex social environments that surround patients, families and communities is necessary for context and our discussion will cover development of health policy recommendations aimed at strengthening social environments.

In 1976 John Perkins began teaching a framework for ministry in low income communities known as The Three Rs: Relocation, Reconciliation, and Redistribution. Are they still a valid framework for us to use today, 41 years later? We think so. In this workshop you will learn how we at Lawndale Christian Health Center still utilize the The Three Rs as core values for guiding our work. Might The Three Rs help your organization? This workshop will help you ponder creating core values and clear frameworks for creating an effective ministry.

Critical issues are facing Free and Charitable Clinic leaders as they work to raise funds each year. This session will be facilitated by Beth Brown, Vice President of Butterfield Memorial Foundation, and Stephanie Garris, Chief Executive Officer of Grace Medical Home, who will share their insight and philosophy on ways to raise and sustain clinics through authentic funding requests. This session will be an interactive session where clinic leaders can ask and discuss development questions that would benefit all.

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Following Our Friends Home

A Biblical Basis for Health and Healing

CRHM’s Ministry Model: how we run a Christian FQHC with a 330 grant

Surgery for the Underserved at Home and Abroad

Developing an Integrated Behavioral Health Program in Underserved Primary Care Settings

Myron Glick Phebian Abdulai

Mitch Duininck

Joel Medendorp

Nia Zalamea

Danielle King

This is the story of Phebian Abdulai who fled the civil war in Sierra Leone and barely escaped with her life. In 2001 she and her family came to Buffalo as refugees. There they come to Jericho Road. Healing took place and gradually Phebian's life was restored. She worked for Jericho Road as a nurse and in 2009 felt God's call to return to Sierra Leone to start a health center in her home village. With the help of Jericho Road, Phebian did return to Sierra Leone in 2013 and, despite opposition, Phebian today leads a thriving health center in Kono that employs 60, provides primary health care to thousands, provides much needed obstetrical and surgical care and is considering expansion to other areas of Sierra Leone.

The Bible has much to say about health and healing. Jesus spent significant time and energy ministering to the sick and infirm. Unfortunately, too often those involved in delivering healthcare to the sick have had very little Biblical teaching or experience in this vital area. This lack of knowledge can hinder and limit the effectiveness with which ministry to those in need of healing takes place. In this workshop we will explore some Biblical truths in order to help each attendee begin to develop a Biblical theology and philosophy regarding health and healing and wholeness.

Cross Road Health Ministries just celebrated its 60th anniversary and accepted a 330 federal grant in 2003. This course will present the model developed and used by the organization’s current CEO to bring the organization back to its mission roots over the last 6 years while remaining in the federal grant arena. During this workshop you’ll learn a simple, easy-tounderstand model of ministry integration, understand how the ministry model dovetails easily with a model of relationship evangelism, hear the story how one organization strayed away from and then returned to its mission roots and receive actual federal rules about faith-based organization vs. misunderstandings.

How might we improve access so that the underinsured and uninsured are able to receive subspecialty care here in the US? How might we impact the disparate distribution of surgical resources abroad? Once access is addressed, what other issues should we be prepared to face in the area of subspecialty care? In this workshop we will touch on the topics of access, quality and outcomes, and opportunities for partnership. This will not be a prescriptive “how to”, but will rather share the experience of a community in Memphis . Discussion will cover opportunities and potential approaches when discerning and planning for a career in “subspecialty care” among the under and uninsured in the US.

Primary care settings have become a gateway for many individuals with behavioral health and primary care needs. To address these needs, many primary care providers are integrating behavioral health care services into their setting. This interdisciplinary workshop is designed to equip participants with practical knowledge related to the development of an integrated behavioral health program in underserved communities. Participants will discuss the need for and benefits of integrated behavioral health services, study the primary care behavioral health model of integrated care, and identify clinical, financial, and operational components of developing such a program.

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Addressing and Treating Depression - A Personal Approach

Enduring, not Ephemeral: Free and Charitable Clinics’ Role in the Safety Net

Bill Morehouse

Julie Darnell

In the age of physician burnout and threats to the practice of ethical medicine, the Christian medical professional is not immune. Professional burnout can be eased by a clear conviction of the “why” for a chosen career. Burnout and mission drift can contribute to medical errors, decisions to leave practice, personal distress, and a lack of career satisfaction. Sister Mary Diana, a Dominican religious sister and a practicing internist, will explore the unifying principles of Christian healthcare, from Genesis through the apostolic epistles, and demonstrate the meaning behind the work we do -- so that you will be renewed in mind and heart.

Depression is a pervasive problem in our society that has been identified as a leading cause of disability worldwide. Recent studies indicate that about 8% of those over age 12 have experienced major depression at least once during the previous year. We’re beginning to screen with instruments like the PHQ2 and PHQ9, but what do we do then in primary care, especially in faith-based primary care? This workshop will present for interactive discussion a dynamic and faithful way to understand, evaluate, communicate about, and treat depression in the office setting.

Many may not realize that there are approximately 1,300 free and charitable clinics across the country that help fill in the gaps for those who “fall through the cracks” of our current healthcare system. This session will present results from a recent national census survey of free and charitable clinics. The session will portray the free and charitable sector as a whole, describe trends over the past decade, compare free clinics and charitable clinics, and examine clinics in Medicaid expansion states and non-expansion states.

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Providing Spiritual Care: Is It Ethical?

Hiring for the Sweet Spot: Hiring Mission-Minded Employees

The Joy of Healthcare: Why We Serve the Poor

Jen Jung

Brandy Boler-Daniels

Sister Mary Diana Dreger

You’d like to care for the whole person - medical, emotional, and spiritual. And your patients seem to appreciate this as well. But is it professionally appropriate? Is it ethical? Does it violate the professional/ patient relationship or take advantage of the vulnerable patient? And what if you practice in a secular setting? This session will look at various issues regarding the provision of whole person care to patients such as ethics, outcomes, attitudes of professionals and patients drawing from a number of sources including peer reviewed studies and Joint Commission guidelines.

Finding the right person for your organization can sometimes be a struggle; but when you find the right mission-minded employee it’s the sweetest accomplishment of your hiring experience. Hiring for the sweet spot will explore the struggles of hiring the right person while following the laws of interviewing. How do we ask the right questions without violating the law or offending the applicant? In this workshop we’ll discuss the hiring process at Lawndale Christian Health Center, determine how to ask the right questions when interviewing for mission, how to distinguish between interviewing for mission skills (faith) vs. religion.

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The Element of Time is Changing the Face of Leadership in Healthcare

How faith carried our clinic through the storms

Preparing for Value-based reimbursement

There & Back Again, A Hobbit’s Tale: God’s Faithfulness in Long-Term Overseas Medical Mission Work, Start to Finishd

Lisa Green

Hong Wilson

Kyle Vath

Doug Collins

Amy Richardson

Nathan Cook

The nation’s majority of physicians are aging and although technology advances makes providing care and treatment more flexible, it still doesn’t address the fact that we need to address and increase age diversity. Here are some numbers for you: By 2050, the U.S. Census predicts that the number of individuals in the labor force who are 65 years or older is expected to grow by 75 percent while the number of individuals in the workforce who are 25 to 54 is only expected to grow by 2 percent. We need to develop strategies to retain older health care professionals, while identifying promising and more effective ways to recruit and retain skilled health care professionals, regardless of age.

Hong Wilson, pediatrician at Crossroad Health Center in Cincinnati, will share candidly from real life experiences of working with a FQHC clinic which transitioned through an ownership change, not once but four times in 10 years. Through all of that upheaval and uncertainty the staff learned to see the faithfulness of God in the midst of the storm. Hear inspiring stories of numerous, specific answers to prayer, how love melts the challenges, and how trust in an Almighty God can lead to solutions for problems. If you would like to be strengthened by testimony of growing faith and encountering God don’t miss this workshop.

Payment reform is drastically changing the face of healthcare rapidly. In order to remain a viable organization, health care organizations must understand and plan for the changing payment models. We’ll cover an introduction to health reform and payment arrangements, the world of payers, a framework for building value-based care, patient-centered access, team-based care, population health management, care management and support, care coordination and care transitions, performance measurement/QI, and how to tie it all together! All in 60 minutes!

How does God call normal, broken people into service cross-culturally? In an interactive session, Dr. Doug Collins will share how God called his family into medical missions in Cambodia 20012011, the lessons learned along the way, how their 10-year career as missionaries was brought to a close, and how God has proven faithful through it all. During this session, he will also explore the advantages and disadvantages of long-term work vs. short-term work and of serving as a single vs. married missionary. Time for discussion will be given throughout.

Does your clinic have all the information you need to best serve your patients? Community health assessments provide data to help prioritize health problems, inform decisionmaking, and develop and implement improvement plans. This session will explain what community health assessments are, why we should carry them out, and how to conduct them. The session will use an asset-based community development approach and will provide resources to assist with conducting assessments at your own clinic, including where to find existing resources, data, and tools to use.

Medical students are pressed for time, devoting this limited resource almost exclusively to academic study during their training. To be intentional in developing spiritual practices and community service, while in school, catapults providers into greater fruitfulness and kingdom impact later in life. Participants will reflect on a biblical framework that can be used to resist cultural pressures in medical school and be given tools develop a strategic plan for how they might address medical and social injustices as they practice medicine.

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The Four Domains of Spiritual Health

What Opportunities Do Nurses Have in a Community Health Center?

Help! The Seismic Shift to Population Health Managementr

Jim Shultz

Laura Cooper

Bruce Rowell Doyin Adewale Nia Foney

Those who seek to diagnose spiritual health tend to focus merely on personal faith, beliefs and convictions. And, the tendency in healthcare is to assess spirituality from a generalized, pluralistic perspective rather than a distinctively Christian worldview. This session will offer a more robust approach to spiritual health that is informed by Biblical theology and focused on the person of Jesus Christ. Rooted in the Biblical narrative, participants will have a framework for spiritual health that leads to clear action steps for moving patients closer to Christ regardless of faith background.

This session aims to shed light on some of the many opportunities available to utilize licensed nurses (RNs and LPNs) in a Community Health Center setting. We will look at the benefits of utilizing nurses to the fullest extent of their licensure in the outpatient setting. We will discuss how nurses can affect patient health outcomes by serving as support staff in low income patient populations. We will also investigate some creative ways to employ nurses in order to offer more to the patient experience that can positively impact both patients and staff.

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Building a Staff TEAM to Win

Why Aren’t We Growing - Asking Tough Questions

Shawn Powers

Beth Brown

Not that we have obtained, but we press on! Staff at Lawndale will illustrate the changing world of medicine, describing our journey from “walk-in care” to the current care team model serving patient panels and brining additional services around high-risk patient populations. A panel of Care Coordinators and Health Information Management Staff will discuss risk stratification and health risk assessments, development of the team structure for care management, and how they’ve built tech and tools both in and out of EMR to enable new workflows at the point of care and between visits. They might even let you in on the back alley brawls that are helping shape their strategies!

Hiring, Firing and Managing personnel in a Christian healthcare center can be daunting. Christian community health clinics are at the nexus of faith, medicine and law. Clinic managers must know how to not only navigate these waters, but must be able to build synergies and competitive advantages through clinic employment practices. This seminar will focus on the best practices managers may utilize in employing personnel to fulfill their clinic’s Christian mission, while simultaneously ensuring the delivery of high quality healthcare. The seminar will include real world examples and provide attendee’s relevant information they may employ to strengthen their respective clinics.

Your clinic or ministry is doing so much good, serving so many people, meeting so many needs. Yet there is still so much to be done. You could meet more of those needs if you could only grow the organization a little larger. Why can you not find the board members you need? Why are you not attracting the grant money you see others bringing in? You are manning the wall, being faithful to God’s call, so why are you struggling with few resources, few partners, and a lack of community interest in your work? We will examine in a very transparent and authentic way some of the barriers that you may not realize are there and, if you are willing, take the first step to overcome them. Up for the challenge?

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“3 Out of 10 Ain’t Bad”: Advice for the Considering, or New To, Relocation and Missional Living

From the Clinic to the Community: Looking Outside the Walls of Your Clinic

Tyler Whitaker

Persistent, Consistent and Intentional

Advocacy in the Face of Injustice: What are Followers of Jesus to Do?

Faith, Trauma and the Brain: An Integrated Approach for Healthcare Providers

4 Areas of Christian Healthcare Ministry

Philip Renfroe

Janet Aguirre

Myron Glick

Erika Sy Melissa Beth Huston

Steve Noblett

Relocation and missional living can be exciting and mundane; fulfilling and disappointing; enlightening and confusing; fruitful and barren. Come learn with several brothers and sisters at various stages in this process, who will share their struggles, victories, and advice as they have joined Jesus in the at-risk areas of our cities. There are many fears and misconceptions regarding relocation and missional living which might prevent disciples from moving to and remaining in “hard places”. In this session, we will seek to challenge and encourage those considering relocation, as well as empower rookies with pearls from those with more experience.

Through a series of events and personal relationships over 13 years, this doctor’s ministry shifted from what “he could do” as a clinician to a vision of “what God can do” when communities are empowered to own their processes of community health and development and manage their health priorities. This session emphasizes the role of public health workers in promoting a wholistic view of the gospel that includes spiritual, physical, emotional, and social well-being.

When facing exhaustion, defeat, and disappointments - when you do everything possible for your patients and it’s still not enough - when you hold their hands and still they resist you - be encouraged! Our heavenly father has not given up on us, who are we to give up on our patients? Transformation involves being persistent, consistent, and intentional in the lives of the poor and powerless to connect them to the true Healer and experiencing God’s restorative power in their lives. I plan to share anecdotes and experience learned over the past 2 years in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco through our home visit and patient advocacy program.

The current political environment comes as a shock to many of us who have fought for many years to see a more just health care system, who believe in religious tolerance, and who have committed to help the undocumented alien, refugees and asylee seekers who come to this country. What does this new political reality mean to the poorest and most vulnerable among us and most importantly what should followers of Jesus do? This session will explore the rich tradition of advocacy throughout the history of the Biblical Jesus and His followers since. How can we make a difference not just providing good care to individuals but also advocating for a more just society that better reflects the Kingdom of God?

Survivors of crime, abuse, combat, and disaster constitute just a few of the groups of people who may struggle with the emotional, physical, and spiritual consequences of trauma. Trauma has long lasting impact upon anatomy of the brain, core relationships, and issues of faith. This workshop will provide a basic understanding of the etiology of post-traumatic distress and associated previous disease or injuries. In addition, the workshop will explore practical tools and skills for healthcare providers, key theological insights regarding trauma and recovery, and helpful pastoral responses to support trauma survivors.

A lot has changed over the years with CCHF. In the early days, there were only a handful of organizations that aligned themselves as being committed to living out the gospel through healthcare among the poor. Now there are hundreds. These organizations create communities where likeminded, missionally-driven, medical disciples can walk out their faith with as many obstacles removed as possible. In other words, they are a collection of individuals who ideally live like the body of Christ while practicing whole person care for those who are poor. Join us as we discuss 4 areas of healthcare ministry and how you might find your place of service.

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STUDENT EVENT CCHF is honored to have scores of students from dozens of medical, dental, PA and nursing schools in attendance at this conference. This event is for you! Talk with residency programs and directors over over dinner. Meet providers and directors from Christian Clinics around the country. Use knowledge to defeat your opponents. Win big!

TRIVIA NIGHT Friday Night 5:30 - 8:00 PM In the CCHF Village Are you up to the challenge? Win BIG prizes!

All are eligible to play. 6 person teams (No more than two people from each school, clinic, or residency on each team).

Hosted by Resurrection Family Medicine Rezidency & Christ Community Augusta

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Dinner Evening

On Your Own Executive reception & dinner (cosponsored by MedSend)

4:30-6:45pm

Plenary 1 - Dr. Bob Sayson

7:00-9:00

Ice Cream Social

9:00-10:00

FRIDAY, MAY 19TH

SATURDAY SCHEDULE Exercise

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Lunch

Afternoon Dinner Evening

Refit Exercise Class

6:00-7:00

On Your Own

7:00-8:00

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Bible Study w/ Rick Donlon

8:00-9:00

Plenary 2 - Dr. Nia Zalamea

9:30-11:30

Provided in The Village

Behavioral Health lunch in Room 6. Workshop Sessions

1:00-5:00

On Your Own Trivia Night

5:30 - 8:00

SATURDAY, MAY 20TH Exercise

Breakfast Morning Lunch Afternoon

Refit Exercise Class

6:00-7:00

On Your Own

7:00-8:00

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Bible Study w/James Brooks

8:00-8:45

Workshop Sessions

9:00-11:30

Provided in The Village Spiritual Care lunch in Room 6* Plenary 3 - Harvey Carey

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How to Pray ‘Good News’ with Patients

Finding God’s Will: A Journey to Rural America

Showing Compassion and Love for Chronic, Non-malignant Pain Patients: Caring for the Subset of Patients on High-Dose Opioid Therapy

Bill Morehouse

Geogy Thomas Will Davies

John Boll

Katy White

Jesus on the Journey

Offering Hope Disguised as Help. Recognizing Poverty and Plight

Michael Johnson Neil Pitts

We all know that prayer is “where the rubber hits the road” in our faith, but how do we demonstrate and incorporate the powerful instrument of intercession in our daily lives and especially in our patient encounters? How do we carry the difficulties faced by patients to God and communicate the relevant aspects of the “Good News” back to patients? We spend a lot of time taking clinical care of people, but where and how does prayer fit in? Does God want us to pray openly with people? Is verbal prayer appropriate? How can we do it so that it will be received? We’ll identify the difficulties that faith-based providers have overcoming barriers to praying with patients in the clinical setting.

“Rural America” conjures up warm, innocent images from Norman Rockwell paintings. Today, however, small town America could not be further from this picture. Broken homes, epidemic drug abuse, staggering unemployment, and paralyzing depression have ravaged these once nostalgic streets. We’re not in Mayberry anymore! God has called all of us to serve, yet medical missions in rural America have been neglected due to the needs of other parts of the world. Dr. Thomas will have an interactive discussion with a rising ETSU medical student who is plotting out his own journey and seeking where God is calling him to serve.

Our nation is faced with a public health crisis in regards to opioid-related overdoses and deaths. This crisis has impacted all areas of our society especially medically underserved communities. Within many communities are patients on high-dose chronic opioid therapy. Such treatment is no longer considered evidence-based and quite often is associated with patient harm. Challenges unique to patients on high-dose opioids include opioid-induced hyperalgesia, tolerance, overdose, and addiction issues. This session will address methods to compassionately and lovingly approach patients who are suffering from chronic pain and have high-dose opioid treatment.

We will look at scriptures, rhythms, and practices that can help us persevere on the journey of providing health care among people who are marginalized and broken, with deep physical, spiritual, social and emotional needs. We will share stories of meeting Jesus with patients, and stories of meeting Jesus on the administrative side of health care among the poor. We will seek to share hopeful ideas and suggestions for people experiencing burnout, compassion fatigue, and for people who want to prevent burnout. Learn to practice at least one helpful spiritual rhythm on a daily or weekly basis. Remember scriptures and sayings that can encourage you in the face of compassion fatigue or burnout.

Health care globally fails to adequately address the human, economic and spiritual condition of the most vulnerable. This failure fosters resistance to seeking competent healthcare. Miriam Medical Clinics (MMC) has been called to fill this gap. Take a tour through one of the most impoverished areas of Philadelphia and see what God is doing within this community as we acknowledge their poverty and empathize with their plight. This session will describe how to build a valuable resource from the ground up with limited resources, and will detail how we have recruited churches into the fold of making this their ministry.

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Signing a Lease for King Jesus

Patient-Centered Spiritual Care

Best Practices for Integrating Learners at all Levels into a Busy Health Center

Kate Abraham Paul Abraham

Danielle King Lucas Wilmore Nathan Cook

Christy O’Dea with Panel

Andrew Straw Juanita Draime Thad Franz

Got Pharmacy? How to Utilize Pharmacists in Your Clinic

At the 2014 CCHF Conference, one first year medical student barely passing her classes said “yes” to relocation into a lowincome apartment complex home to refugees and immigrants. God’s promises never return empty, and His power was made perfect in her weakness. Three years later, over 25 believers are serving together and God’s blessings are overflowing in their community. Students, come hear an inspiring story of grace and obedience, be reminded of God’s command to love the least of these. Learn how to begin living intentionally now. Practitioners and mentors, discover how to support the next generation as they move their homes to follow King Jesus.

This interactive workshop will engage participants in an interdisciplinary discussion of patient-centered spiritual care. In an effort to equip health care clinicians to provide effective, patientcentered care in both faithbased and secular contexts, presenters will weave together ethical factors, theological concerns, patientcentered communication strategies, and evidencebased behavior change strategies to construct a conceptual model of spiritual care. Specific emphasis will be placed on Motivational Interviewing and its use in spiritual care conversations.

This workshop will discuss the benefits of integrating students into your health center, and offer practical tips for doing so. Crossroad Health Center recognizes that our Christian mission goes beyond patient care and means educating the next generation of health care providers. Crossroad has educational programs for undergraduate students, graduate students, advancedpractice nursing students, clinical and pre-clinical medical students and residents. Our workshop will outline what to include in initial orientation and training of learners. In addition, we will discuss ways for all levels of learners to contribute to the smooth operations of your health center.

The role of the pharmacist extends far beyond the hospital basement and pharmacy counter. Although the value of the pharmacist is often recognized in a pharmacy, many are unaware of the pharmacy services that can be provided in a clinic setting to both patients and other healthcare providers. Several studies are cited at AACP.org, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy documenting the benefit of pharmacy in conjunction with primary care showing that these patients were more likely to have medication related issues addressed, including noncompliance and untreated indications. This session will feature real-life examples of pharmacy integration.

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Caring for Kin: Committed to What are the Recovery: A FaithUnique Challenges Based, Opiate when Family Mem- Addiction Recovery bers Step in to Care Program Within a for Children? Physician’s Office

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Spiritual Disciplines: A Cure for Modern Ills: Evidence Based Approach to the Impact of Spirituality on Health

Beginning With the End in Mind: The 10 year Process from Vision to Sustainability of an Urban Community Health Center

How Serving the Poorest in a Developing Country led me to Serve the Poorest in My Own City... Reflections of an Obstetrician

Anne Ruch

Debbi Borchers

Dave Holmes

Jonathan Wilson

Phyllis Platt David Dageforde

Statistics show that one of eleven children live in kinship care at some point in their lives. Many of these children receive care through community health care centers. These families have multiple needs that are complex, relating to legal, mental health, developmental and medical concerns that are multigenerational. Caregivers may have divided loyalties, as well as their own health issues. Children may have been traumatized through abuse or drug exposure. In a clinic setting, increased awareness and sensitivity is needed so that multiple generations are supported through a time of crisis.

Learn firsthand about a unique ministry in an urban community that converted a Mack Truck garage into a ministry center that provides education, job skills training, healthcare, legal advisement and spiritual care. All healthcare services are free and include primary care, mental health counseling, optometry, chiropractic, dental, and spiritual care. There is also a ministry that provides parents with free baby and children’s clothing. At a separate location there is a retreat center that has goal of inspiring and equipping young people to serve those in need throughout their lifetimes.

Addressing spiritual health in our patients is far more than simply sharing the gospel. How do we as practitioners guide our patients on the path to healing in an ever-increasing isolated and busy world? This workshop will take a hard look at the evidence surrounding spirituality and its impact on health. We will analyze some ancient spiritual disciplines including lectio divina (bible reading, meditation, prayer), prayer of examen (reflections on the events of the day), fasting, solitude, and community. All of these practices are intended to promote communion with God and to treat scripture not as texts to be studied, but as the Living Word.

This session will describe the process for establishing a community health center from a Neighborhood Transformation (NT) perspective in an urban setting. Shawnee Christian Healthcare Center was established to meet the needs of the medically underserved low income population in West Louisville, KY. With a NT framework and a FQHC model, Shawnee evolved to become a key part of the community and a leader in neighborhood transformation efforts while maintaining both the mission and margin. This success was in large part due to the Board of Director’s leadership and decision-making processes from day one.

As a doctor, you have opportunities to be the hands of God that few have. You can use that privilege for your own interest or for the interest of those in greatest need..those whom Christ asks us to serve. Upon returning to the US after serving the poorest in Guatemala for many years, I soon realized that there was just as great a need in my own community in Toledo, Ohio. Through CCHF I found a community of loving, God-inspired people who would lead me to the greatest “job” of my life...a job which enabled me to serve the Christ that saved my own life and kept me from the problems that came with following the ways of success that our earthly world ascribes to.

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Beyond Patient Centered Medical Home to Christ Centered Medical Home

Governance: How Important is Your Board?

CCHF and the Movement

Direct Primary Care - Can it Work To Care for the Urban Underserved?

Bob Paeglow Andrew English Bob Paeglow Jr

Bruce Miller

Steve Noblett

Nick Tomsen Brandon Alleman

The leadership team from Koinonia will share its ongoing journey in aspiring to go beyond the worldly view of a Patient Centered Medical Home to a truly Christ Centered Medical Home. We will share both the philosophical and the practical that we are challenged with during this “work in progress”. We hope to stimulate thought, discussion, and inspire action around how a Christian practice engages the secular healthcare culture, and practical ways to implement your faith into your work. Join us as we discuss building foundation that others can improve and build on as they engage their community.

Governance is fundamental. Effective governance has the following characteristics: it is efficient, allows a respectful conflict of ideas, is simple, is focused, is integrated and synergistic, has good outcomes, preserves community assets, and leads to enjoyment and personal reward for the individual board members. This workshop will be presented from the angle of experience, a benefit of being over the age of 60 and having reported to a Board of Directors at a Christian FQHC for the past 19 years. The workshop will describe what I’ve learned from past successes and failures and will provide ample opportunity for Q&A and sharing lessons learned.

Our vision is to see a movement of God’s people who choose daily to promote healing in marginalized communities in the name of Jesus. This session gives you an opportunity to learn about CCHF from its director and “CCHF stakeholders”. Pelt us with questions that have been burning in your brain. Or just come to find out what you can do as part of a nationwide community to help grow and sustain the growing movement of Christhonoring, people-loving, gospel-driven healthcare professionals across our nation.

Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a model of healthcare delivery where patients pay the physician directly for services, usually in the form of a monthly membership. Contrasted to Concierge Medicine which typically bills insurance and charges a retainer fee, DPC does not accept any third party payments. Can this model be used to care for the urban underserved? Drs. Tomsen and Alleman argue that it can and has benefits for underserved patients and missional doctors. They opened a DPC clinic (Antioch Med) in South Wichita in July 2016. Come find out about DPC, see how Antioch Med runs, and ask questions!

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PLENARY 3 HARVEY CAREY Harvey Carey grew up in the south-side projects of Chicago. After coming to Christ, he felt called into ministry and studied at Trinity International University. He served on staff at Salem Baptist Church in Chicago for almost 20 years, where he developed a nationally emulated teen ministry model that has reached thousands of inner city youth across the nation. In 2003 he moved to Detroit to plant Citadel of Faith Church, which has grown into a powerful ministry transforming a deeply underresourced neighborhood through gospel driven community and leadership development. Pastor Carey is a dynamic speaker whose global ministry continues to change lives with the transforming truth of God’s word. But his heart and focus is about engaging God’s people in restoring the inner-city. In addition to serving as Senior Pastor at Citadel of Faith, he is Chair of the Central Detroit Christian Community Development Corporation, which provides housing, social services, and ministry to youth and children. Pastor Carey lives in central Detroit with his wife, Nancy, and daughter, Tiffany.

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LEA RN A BOUT THESE CCH F SERVICE S Anytime at the Help Desk

or at CCHF & The Movement Saturday at 10:30am in Workshop Room 8.

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CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION Dental Credit

CMDA is an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for Fellowship, Mastership and membership maintenance credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement. The current term of approval extends from 1/1/2015 to 12/31/2018. Provider ID#218742 5 Lecture Hours Available No prior level of skill, knowledge, or experience is required (or suggested)

Accreditation Statement

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Christian Medical & Dental Associations and Christian Community Health Fellowship. The Christian Medical & Dental Associations is accredited by ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AMA Designation Statement - CMDA designates this educational activity for a maximum of 8.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Nurse Practitioner

The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Program (AANPCP) accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited by the ACCME. Individuals are responsible for checking with the AANPCP for further guidelines. Nurse practitioners may receive up to 8.5 credits of Category 1 credit for completing this activity.

Physician Assistant Credit

AAPA accepts certificates of participation for educational activities certified for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) Ô. by an organization accredited by the ACCME or a recognized state medical society. Physician assistants may receive up to 8.5 credits of Category 1 credit for completing this activity. Fellowship (CCHF). TO PRINT YOUR ONLINE CERTIFICATE COMPLETE THE EVALLUATION BELOW: Physician and Others EXCEPT nurses https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CCHF2016 Nurse ONLY https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CCHF2016NURSE Type the above URL into your address bar. If you have any problems opening this survey, completing it, or printing your certificate, please contact the CMDA Department of Continuing Education Office: CE@cmda.org

AMA/AAFP Equivalency

AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 credits(s) toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. When applying for the AMA PRA, Prescribed credit earned must be reported as Prescribed, not as Category 1.

Nursing

This activity has been submitted to the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN ) for approval to award contact hours. AAOHN is an accredited approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

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JOIN OUR TEAM Located in Augusta, Georgia, we are a Federally Qualified Health Center and Patient Centered Medical Home that seeks to proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and demonstrate His love by providing affordable, quality primary health care to the underserved.

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SPECIAL THANKS TO CHRIST COMMUNITY CHURCH Christ Community Church, Memphis, TN is a network of house-churches made up of people who live in strategic communities of need in Memphis, Tennessee. CCC has a strong missional focus, both in the communities they love and in countries around the globe where people live who have never heard the gospel of Jesus Christ. In Memphis, CCC partners with other churches and organizations committed to authentic, sacrificial service as both a demonstration of the gospel and as a bridge for communicating the gospel. They strive to honor as holy the work of those who are called to teach, provide healthcare, serve in business or construction or raise families in service to Christ. With no paid staff and no facilities, CCC is able to focus their resources towards missions, community development and direct aid to the poor. Christ Community Church was a major sponsor of this year’s conference, and enabled dozens of students to attend by providing scholarships. Special thanks to Christ Community Church for its financial and prayer support to the CCHF community and cause.

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Increasing Access to Clinical Laboratory Testing Services Supporting Clinics Serving the Most Vulnerable Stop by table #7 to learn how we can support your clinic and the patients you serve with covered and discounted blood testing.

www.communitylabtests.org/blog/CCHF - 678-398-6548 What others are saying … “Thanks again for a fabulous coach training! I really loved it and learned so much, especially to reserve judgment as I listen, something that I find myself doing all the time.” “Thank you so much for your friendship and Godly coaching, encouragement, and prayer …and thanks for helping me think/dream/imagine!”

Who knew medicine could be a team sport? Contact us today about coaching your team. coaching@cmda.org

“Thank you again for helping me begin to move forward - I'm grateful -- more than I can tell you. Words can't begin to even scratch the surface.”


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Your people will rebuild the ancient ruins and will raise up the age-old foundations; you will be called Repairer of Broken Walls, Restorer of Streets with Dwellings. ~ Isaiah 58: 12

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Dayspring is a faith based community health center with a commitment to the poor and underserved in rural East Tennessee.

We are searching for partners who are committed to living missionally in rural America. Current needs include… • • •

Family Physician with surgical OB skills Family Physician with/without OB Behavioral Health Consultant (Psy PhD, LCSW, LPCC)

Dayspring qualifies for NHSC loan repayment. Student rotations are also available. For more information visit our practice website at www.dayspringhealth.org Contact Dr. Geogy Thomas, CMO at geogyt5@gmail.com


Compelled by the Love of God in Christ Jesus...

Founded in 1989 as a small walk-up clinic in “El Centro de Oro,” the heart of Philadelphia’s Latino community, Esperanza Health Center is today a multi-site community health center serving over 14,000 patients annually. We seek to provide affordable, excellent health care and wellness services for our patients, and to promote the health and wellbeing of our entire North Philadelphia community.

We see our work as a calling to serve God in our community, and we’re currently recruiting for clinical providers including: Family Medicine Physicians (Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, or Med/Ped), Nurse Practitioners (Family or Adult) and Dentist. For all clinical positions, Spanish functionality, or willingness to learn, is required. Other current openings include Director of Information Technology, Dietitian (RD) and Social Services Manager. To learn more and to apply, please visit our website at: www.esperanzahealth.com/opportunities Our Mission: “Compelled by the love of God in Christ Jesus, in cooperation with the Church and others, Esperanza Health Center is a multi-cultural ministry providing holistic healthcare to the Latino and underserved communities of Philadelphia.”


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Please contact our Human Resources Director Denise Sturgis at (907)822-5686 ext: 110 or dsturgis@crossroadmc.org

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Healing Hands Ministries is a recently funded FQHC that provides medical, dental and behavioral health services to the medically disadvantaged in Dallas, Texas. We are growing and have new posiCons available. All interested candidates may send CVs to deesnider@hhmtx.org

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We could really use your help!

Contact us if you’re a PA, NP, RN, Family Physician or support person who’s looking for a place to make an impact with your life.

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www.llchc.org Serving Central Ohio at Seven Locations

Services include: Primary Care OB/GYN Dental Vision Behavioral Health Pharmacy Nutrition Spiritual Care Social Services Visit our table and come to the Ice Cream Social to hear how God is moving at LLCHC!

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PHYSICIAN OPPORTUNITIES FAMILY PRACTICE & INTERNAL MEDICINE Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc. is now hiring Family Practice and Internal Medicine physicians at two locations in San Antonio, Texas. Our clinics serve San Antonio’s South and Southeast side communities and offer primary care services to uninsured, low-income individuals and families. We also offer a continuum of holistic health and family wellness programming which includes a state-of-the-art dental practice, health education programs and behavioral health services. Our model of care is different than what you might expect. We do not bill insurance companies for services or file claims with CMS, giving our care teams the freedom to concentrate on what matters most: providing quality care to our patients, regardless of ability to pay.

LOCATIONS Wesley Health & Wellness Center 1406 Fitch Street | San Antonio, Texas 78211 Bishop Ernest T. Dixon, Jr. Clinic 4214 E. Southcross | San Antonio, Texas 78222

If you’re looking to join a mission-focused, integrated team of healthcare professionals then we would like to hear from you. We have openings at both our locations and can offer: l CME, license allowances l Practice/malpractice insurance covered by employer l Competitive salary and employer paid benefits packages, including 401k match l Paid holidays and up to 200 hours of paid time off annually l H-1B Visa sponsorship may be available for Board Certified Family Practice and Internal Medicine foreign physicians l Relocation stipend availability l Limited weekends & on-call schedules For questions contact Diane Rodriguez at (210) 692-9423 or drodriguez@mhm.org.

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...educating, equipping and encouraging Christians to live out the gospel through healthcare among the poor.

CCHF Organizational Directory The following clinics responded to a recent survey indicating that they provide clinical rotations for advanced medical and nursing students, or that they offer special summer internship programs. The list of clinics in this directory is only a partial list of the Christian clinics that make up the CCHF community. Over 300 Christian clinics serve under-resourced communities in the U.S. Hundreds of other ministries address health issues through screening, coaching and limited services. And thousands of other Christians are courageously living out the gospel while working in non-faith-based clinics. www.CCHF.org features a more complete directory of clinics that serve medically underserved populations in a distinctively Christian way. Don’t see your clinic in our directory? Our directory grows each week. Visit CCHF.org and tell us about your clinic so people across America can know what God is doing in your area.


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#cchf2017 THURSDAY, MAY 18 Morning Lunch Afternoon

Dinner Evening

Registration

10:00-7:00

Student Volunteer Training

10:00-11:30

On Your Own Intensive Track Sessions & CCHFx

1:00-5:00

Site Visits

1:00 & 3:00

Student Volunteer Training

2:00-3:30

On Your Own Executive reception & dinner (cosponsored by MedSend)

4:30-6:45pm

Plenary 1 - Dr. Bob Sayson

7:00-9:00

Ice Cream Social

9:00-10:00

FRIDAY, MAY 19TH Exercise

Breakfast Morning Lunch Afternoon Dinner Evening

Refit Exercise Class

6:00-7:00

On Your Own

7:00-8:00

- provided by your hotel

Bible Study w/ Rick Donlon

8:00-9:00

Plenary 2 - Dr. Nia Zalamea

9:30-11:30

Provided in The Village

Behavioral Health lunch in Room 6. Workshop Sessions

1:00-5:00

On Your Own Trivia Night

5:30 - 8:00

SATURDAY, MAY 20TH Exercise

Breakfast Morning Lunch Afternoon

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Refit Exercise Class

On Your Own

6:00-7:00

- provided by your hotel

Bible Study w/James Brooks

8:00-8:45

Workshop Sessions

9:00-11:30

Provided in The Village Spiritual Care lunch in Room 6 Plenary 3 - Harvey Carey

1:00-3:00