Arianna Shirk, MD – Why America Needs Africa: How Relationships Can Be a Turning Point in Medical Missions
As the medical infrastructure in Africa grows, the need for medical missions and role of American physicians is changing rapidly.
In this session at the 2017 M3 Conference, Dr. Arianna Shirk, a pediatrician at AIC Kijabe Hospital in Kenya, will discuss the importance of building relationships with native healthcare workers, the nuances of training and discipleship, and the doors that can open when the work is approached with humility and deference.
Click here to learn more about the programs, projects and opportunities at AIC Kijabe Hospital in Kenya.
We know the parable, it is far better to equip someone to help themselves than to do it for them. We also know from our experience that to have any hope of achieving sustainability, mission hospitals will be forced to move to the next level.
In this session at the 2017 M3 Conference, Andrew Mayo, President and CEO of Medical Benevolence Foundation, will discuss clinical standards, improved systems strengthening, and educational training, which are essential elements for achieving the next level of patient care.
Click here to learn more about the work of Medical Benevolence Foundation.
Is your life moving in the opposite direction of your dreams? On a recent episode of the Enjoying Everyday Life television show, Joyce Meyer welcomed Paul Osteen, M.D. to share how God changed his plans in unexpected ways. Click here to watch.
In this session at the 2017 M3 Conference, Kelly Sites shares tricks and tips that she has learned over 7 years of international disaster response nursing. She also shares stories from the trenches.
Kelly serves with Samaritan’s Purse. Click here to learn more about the work they are doing around the world.