Solving the Greatest Problem in Missions: Interpersonal Conflict

Breakout Session
Student Building (Block) The Porch SMC 301
P, AAFP, DO, PA, NP, N, D

The most common cause for expatriate healthcare professionals to abandon their service in a mission hospital is unresolved conflict with those that they work or live with in community. This session will share proven principles and techniques to resolve conflict that inevitably comes to everyone during their lives.

Objectives

Participants will know the key principle and steps to conflict resolution.
Participants will know how to prevent conflict in their homes, communities and workplace.