Medical Student and Resident Boot Camp
The CMA Boot Camp is an opportunity to learn about Catholic medical ethics and grow in faith with fellow Catholic students, residents, and physicians.
11th Annual Medical Student and Resident Boot Camp June 11-18, 2023
Ave Maria University, Ave Maria Florida
Students and residents should plan their arrival for the evening of the first day and their departure in the afternoon of the last day.
Who: Individuals who are currently enrolled in medical school, individuals who will be matriculating into medical school in the summer or fall, and physicians in residency training programs.Cost: Successful applicants will be responsible for a $50 application fee payable upon acceptance and their travel costs. All other expenses shall be covered. Attendees must be current members of the CMA. Not a CMA member? Click here and join today!! If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact the CMA National Office by phone (484) 270-8002 or by email [email protected] FREE!! Download past Boot Camp presentations by clicking the link below. Create a user name and password and you will have access to the talks. 2016 Boot Camp Lectures 2018 Boot Camp Lectures 2020 Boot Camp Lectures Boot Camp information video: Click to see video for more information 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. The title “Boot Camp” has been chosen to emphasize the fact that the Catholic medical students will be engaged in fighting a battle against a culture of secularism, atheism, relativism, and scientism that pervades medical education in the United States.
Click here to see the Summer 2022 issue of The Pulse of Catholic Medicine for a recap of the 2022 Medical Student and Resident Boot Camp.The goals are to assist Catholic medical students to:
- More fully live and understand the Catholic faith and moral tradition in order to thrive as faithful Catholic physicians.
- Develop skills to help organize Catholic support groups within medical schools and residency programs.
- Evangelize Catholics and non-Catholics encountered throughout medical training.