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Leadership Training Meeting

 

2022 Leadership Training Meeting

“Physicians as Teachers: Informing our Patients, Community and Colleagues, Forming the Next Generation”

June 17-19, 2022

Board Meeting (Board members only)
Thursday, June 16, 2022

Ave Maria University
Ave Maria, Florida


Keynote Speaker: Ismael Hernandez

Open to all CMA Members!

The Catholic Medical Association (CMA) 2022 Leadership Training Meeting will focus on “Physicians as Teachers; Informing our Patients, Community and Colleagues, Forming the Next Generation”. We will first lay a foundation to help understand the context of where learners are coming from in 2022. Presentations will focus on the current culture of learning in academic institutions and how this impacts our approach to teaching medical students. A series of talks will then address how differences in sex, culture, race, or those with health literacy disparities or prior trauma may take in information differently and how to effectively and compassionately reach these patients. We will give an overview of the art of medicine and show how incorporating goodness, truth, and beauty into our professional lives can improve physician wellness and fulfillment and lead to improved patient satisfaction. Finally, we will take these learned tools and use them in small group interactive sessions within different CMA subcommittees to see how they can improve the way we approach ethics, the underserved, spiritual outreach, and the education of medical students and residents.

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If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact the CMA National Office by phone (484) 270-8002 or by email [email protected]

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The Catholic Medical Association Medical 2019 Student & Resident Boot Camp and Leadership Training Meeting took place at the Mundelein Seminary on June 13, 14, & 15. The CMA Medical Student and Resident Boot Camp is a several-day intensive formation experience of prayer, study, practical training, and mentoring with leading Catholic Medical Association physicians, priests, and moral theologians. (Photo: Natalie Battaglia)