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Artificial Intelligence: Preserving Human Dignity in the Integration of AI in Medicine

  Listen to Dr. Marie-Noelle Langan, a cardiac electrophysiologist, address her upcoming presentation on Artificial Intelligence at CMA’s Annual Educational Conference (click on the photo below).  Her presentation will be on September 7, 2024 at 1:30 PM at the AEC in Orlando, Florida. More information and to register for the conference, go here.    … Read More

An Opportunity for Health Care Professionals to Acquire Psychological and Bioethical Skills

By Dr. Chris Gross Divine Mercy University brings its unique blend of the best of science combined with the best of Catholic-Christian thought to educate professionals trained to heal the integrated person. Catholic medical providers face a multitude of challenges in the current health care climate. On the one hand, some of those challenges concern… Read More

CMA Calls For a Return to Evidence-Based Medicine to Treat Gender Dysphoria

Over the past several years, the increasing frequency of “gender transition” in young and vulnerable individuals has raised many questions and concerns about the safety and ethics of these interventions. Sadly, new information from the leading promoter of these methods reveals clear evidence of ideology over science. The Catholic Medical Association (CMA) has long held… Read More

Spiritual Direction: Intervention for Burnout

By Dr. Tim George I am a believer in stories. Stories are important to me –– especially physician stories. Recently, a story from a physician came to my inbox. The title of this article, Why Do We Burn Out New Physicians?,  written for Plough magazine, caught my eye. For me, as a newly retired physician… Read More

Remembering Father Jason Kulczynski: A Great Friend to the Catholic Medical Association

By Mario Dickerson, MTS As a child, I remember visiting the Shrine of St. John Neumann, where they had a simple marble step that you could kneel on to pray and ask the saint’s intercession. It was on that marble step where St. John Neumann collapsed and died on his walk home from administering the… Read More

CMA Presence at SEEK24 Garners More Members

By Dr. Emily Krach   What a joy it was to spend the new year recruiting young members to the Catholic Medical Association at SEEK24! Of the 400 booth visitors we encountered, 43 joined CMA during the conference, and many more showed interest in becoming members. SEEK is a five-day annual conference sponsored by the… Read More