by Steve Noblett


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"Primum Non Nocere": First, Do No Harm

This is one of the principle precepts taught in every med school, and is the basis for all emergency medicine.  But while we are careful to “do no harm” with our patients, we overlook the harm we do in perpetuating a fallen health delivery system by the way we run our practices.  This workshop examines several best practice models of how Christian health professionals have chosen to be part of the solution instead of part of the problem, and will challenge us to look at our responsibility as ambassadors of Christ’s Kingdom to transform our practice of medicine in ways that reflect His character and will.

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