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Empowering Women through Short-Term Trips

Join us as we share our experiences in leading women on cross-cultural short-term trips. Hear about the techniques we have developed to help team members break down barriers, connect with other women, and effectively communication the love of God. This session will focus on the wholistic approach to training and equipping women for short-term trips and the impact they leave on others they meet....

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Separating Progress from Hype in Medicine: Fragility, Flaws, & Fallacy in Scientific Evidence

Although new therapies are being discovered all the time (medical progress), current research shows that many of these advances are ultimately demonstrated to be false in subsequent studies. In order to understand which discoveries are likely to be true progress vs. mere hype, every clinician should understand these basic but surprising aspects of scientific evidence before recommending a new t...

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Treatment of Parasitic Diseases

This session will review common treatments for soil-transmitted helminths, Chagas disease, HAT, and leishmaniasis. Although these parasitic infections are often acquired outside of the United States, with a recent increase in immigrants and refugees entering the United States, more are being identified as patients present for medical care. The goal of this session is to educate providers and in...

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And Then the End Will Come (Expanded)

We live in the most amazing days since Jesus walked the earth. The global church is sprinting toward the finish line of the 2000-year Great Commission race, and by God’s grace, our generation may be the one to finish it. In this session, Douglas Cobb of The Finishing Fund will explain the global effort to get the gospel for the first time to the world’s last few unengaged people gro...

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10 Medical Volunteer Opportunities - Local & International Christian Missions

Explore top organizations for fulfilling medical volunteer opportunities in both domestic and international settings, serving those in need.

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Managing Diarrheal Diseases in Children in under-resourced Communities

Globally, diarrheal disease is a leading cause of mortality and morbidity in children under five years, accounting for over half a million deaths annually. Diarrhea arises mostly from contaminated food and water sources. Worldwide 2.5 billion people lack proper sanitation, and 780 million lack access to safe drinking water. Diarrhea contributes to the incidence of malnutrition in children as ea...

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Resources for Missionary Reentry: Navigating the Transition Home

"Discover essential resources for returning missionaries. Navigate challenges and find support for reentry into daily life after your mission."

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Real-Life Struggles with Medical Ethics at the Mission Hospital

Medical missionaries from Western industrialized nations frequently encounter ethically disturbing situations when providing care in the developing world. This may be due to generally-recognized ethical principles being largely influenced by Western realities, beliefs and values. Individuals in resource-limited settings may have very different views on the risks and benefits of medical care, wi...

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Starting Your Missions Journey as a Traveling Nurse: A Guide to Combining Nursing with Medical Missions

"Embark on your missions journey as a traveling nurse. Learn how to blend nursing with medical missions for a fulfilling and impactful career."

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Human Trafficking in Children and Youth

Trafficking in persons is one of the greatest violations against humankind. Human trafficking happens locally, nationally, and internationally; with all ages, ethnicities, socioeconomic levels and genders. While any person can be lured into exploitation, children have additional vulnerabilities due to their dependence on adults and developmental issues. This presentation seeks to address human ...

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