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The CMDA Student Pulse Podcast
19 minutes | 3 months ago
Doing An International Rotation During Med School
Allen Craig, MD and Doug Lindberg, MD discuss the MAP International Fellows Program which gives medical students an opportunity to get an international rotation funded.
25 minutes | 6 months ago
Teach Us To Pray
David Goodman, MD shares about the student Bible study he created around the book of James and his on going ministry of mentorship & discipling medical students.
34 minutes | 9 months ago
Day of Prayer
Omari Hodge, MD and Val Tramonte, MD share during CMDA’s Day of Prayer to encourage and uplift our members and other healthcare workers during this battle against the coronavirus.
20 minutes | 10 months ago
Doctor by Design
Zack Meade describes what it is like to be in the world’s first engineering-based College of Medicine to become a future physician-innovator who thinks differently and provides even better patient care. NOTE: The end announcements were recorded BEFORE the CMDA 2020 National Convention was canceled. Please see COVID 19 link for more information.
3 minutes | 10 months ago
2020 NatCon Update
Bill Reichart, CMDA’s Vice President of Campus & Community Ministries, shares about how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted CMDA’s 2020 National Convention and other CMDA student events.
25 minutes | 10 months ago
Being on Mission in Your Backyard
Kate Abraham, MD is a second year family medicine resident at Cahaba Family Medicine Residency. The urban and rural tracks of Cahaba strive to prepare and equip graduates to serve as pioneer leaders in marginalized communities. Residents and attendings are encouraged to live in the neighborhoods they serve, attend house church together, and engage in international missions.
32 minutes | a year ago
Omari Hodge, MD joins Bill Reichart and CMDA CEO Mike Chupp, MD to discuss racism and medicine, and what CMDA is doing to embrace diversity.
23 minutes | a year ago
Real-Life Physician Family
Stacy Dunn, an Air Force ENT surgeon’s wife reflects on the trials and challenges medical families face during the rigorous training years of medical school and residency. Stacy married her college sweetheart, Joel, in the summer of 2006. Stacy and Joel authentically open up about their family’s CHAOTIC life during the training years and beyond in hopes of encouraging and equipping more medical families for success at home and at work. When medical families win, so do our communities.
22 minutes | a year ago
Students Impacting PAS and The Future of Medicine
firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Tatiana Santos was raised in Florida and earned her B.S. from Florida International University. She then went on to complete medical school at the University of Silesia School of Medicine, where she co-founded the 6 th Chapter of the Student Government Association. Dr. Santos recently completed her Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration from Purdue University. She has served on the Health Impact Council for the United Way Worldwide and Advisory Board for Best Buddies International. Her interest in medical ethics began in her previous career as a trial paralegal for medical malpractice cases, and from her involvement with the American Medical Association on the ongoing issue of physician-assisted suicide. She has extensive knowledge on end of life decisions from her participation in advance directive preparations at the University of Florida. Dr. Santos is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish.
24 minutes | a year ago
How to Integrate Theology, Medicine and Culture
Harrison Hines grew up in Indiana before moving to North Carolina and graduating from Duke in 2012 with bachelor’s in chemistry and religion. He then went to medical school at Stanford and between his 2nd and 3rd years of medical school, he went back to divinity school at Duke where he became a part of the theology, medicine, and culture fellowship. There, he focused on new ways to meld his dual passions of medicine and ethics which wound up leading him to public policy. During his fourth year of medical school, he was a staffer for a California lawmaker which he loved; he plans to continue working in political advocacy throughout his career. He is currently a resident in neurology at the University of California, San Francisco. He is married to his medical school sweetheart who gave birth to their son in September 2019. He loves listening to audiobooks, trying new restaurants with friends, and playing tennis whenever he’s not stuck in the hospital.
24 minutes | a year ago
Student Survival Guide
Chris Zalesky, MD shares about the resource he is creating, The CMDA Student Survival Guide. He is currently serving as a CMDA National Resident Representative. He attended Wake Forest University for his undergraduate education. After Wake Forest, he attended Emory University School of Medicine. While in Atlanta He was active in his local CMDA chapter. During his medical studies, he took a year to pursue a Master’s in Clinical Research. Currently, training has taken Chris to Cincinnati, Ohio where he is completing an Emergency Medicine Residency. Chris is excited to support, encourage, and pray for residents across the country.
32 minutes | 2 years ago
Steadfastness in the Middle of Residency
Jake Morris, MD shares about a talk he gave to graduating medical & dental students about how to stay steadfast & resilient during residency.
25 minutes | 2 years ago
Healing for the Nations part 2
Val Tramonte, MD, speaker at the 2018 Remedy Conference in Orlando, FL, concludes his message about doing harm by sharing the wrong message when trying to witness to people about Jesus Christ.
25 minutes | 2 years ago
Healing for the Nations part 1
Val Tramonte, MD, speaker at the 2018 Remedy Conference in Orlando, FL, shares about doing harm by sharing the wrong message when trying to witness to people about Jesus Christ.
34 minutes | 2 years ago
How to Spiritually Flourish in Medical & Dental School
Guests Allan Harmer, Grant Hewitt, Akeem Walker & Michael McLaughlin discuss ways to spiritually flourish during your professional healthcare training.
28 minutes | 2 years ago
Sorting Out What Matters Most
Ken Jones discusses his book “If I Should Die Before I Live: Sorting Out What Matters Most”. Ken Jones (PCC) has been a member of CMDA’s field staff since 2004, serving as area director for the San Francisco Bay Area and Redding from 2004-2015. He now serves as the Director of Coaching for CMDA, and is a Professional Certified Physician Life Development Coach.
27 minutes | 2 years ago
Growing in Christ as a Dental Student
Dr. Bill Griffin, DDS discusses his heart and ministry toward dental students and shares about his new devotional material that can help dental students (and all healthcare students) grow in their faith in Christ. Bill Griffin, DDS lives in Virginia with his wife Linda and their two children. Bill is a graduate of the Medical College of Viriginia and currently has a private practice in Newport News, City Center Dental Care. (www.citycenterdentalcare.com)
22 minutes | 3 years ago
Survival Guide for 3rd Year Med Students
Dr. Shaun Jester shares about the mistakes he has seen med students make repeatedly as they enter their 3rd year of Med School.
18 minutes | 3 years ago
Medicine as a Christian Vocation
Dr. Jay Lynch received his BA from the University of Virginia and MD from Eastern VA Medical School in 1984. In 1991 he returned to the UFCOM and has served in multiple roles during this tenure including, course director in Oncology (20 years), program director for hematology/oncology (13 years), section chief of hematology/oncology at the VAMC and now serves as the Assistant Dean for Admissions. In 2006 was honored by the University of Florida as one of 5 Distinguished Teaching Scholars. He was co-founder with his wife of the Christian Study Center at the University of Florida and serves as its board president. He and his wife Laura, have 4 children and 3 grandchildren.
26 minutes | 3 years ago
How Missions Afflicts The Comfortable
Haley Combs, MD shares about her decision to go to Africa & serve at a mission hospital. Haley grew up in Texas and went to Texas A&M medical school in Temple, Tx from 2011-2015. She is currently finishing her residency in Chicago, practicing urban, underserved medicine on the Westside. Haley and her husband Ryan are preparing to leave at the end of the year to take a volunteer position with the Christian Health Service Corps in Chogoria, Kenya. Email them at: RMiller.HCombs@gmail.com
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