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Events


We host a variety of more than 40 topical, local, regional and national conferences each year for our members, offering training and networking opportunities. Our events are some of the best opportunities for you to fellowship with other Christian healthcare professionals from all across the world. For more information about CMDA events, please contact our Meetings Department.

Upcoming Events

CMDA 2018 Italy Tour

Start Date : 05/17/2018

End Date : 05/26/2018

Enjoy a wonderful 10-day tour of Italy starting in Venice and working south to Rome, where you'll spend the last three nights of the tour.

This tour is now full! Contact Kim at kim.hodge@cmda.org to have your name added to a waiting list.   More >>

GPS 2018: Hocking Hills, OH

Start Date : 06/07/2018

End Date : 06/10/2018

GPS events provide an opportunity to connect with other women physicians and dentists in a more intimate setting, providing lasting friendships and spiritual mentoring. Four days of fun, fellowship, learning and worshipping together. This small-group retreat will be facilitated by Autumn-Dawn Galbreath and Kellie Hooker in this beautiful, private setting near Hocking Hills State Park.   More >>

Deer Valley Summer Family Conference

Start Date : 04:00 PM, 06/16/2018

End Date : 10:00 AM, 06/23/2018

Mark your calendar! Our CMDA Deer Valley Family Conference dates for 2018 are June 16-23.   More >>

Bioethics & Being Human Conference

Start Date : 06/21/2018

End Date : 06/23/2018

Attend The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity’s 25th annual summer conference as they explore anew our individual and common humanity in light of the ever-evolving developments in medicine, science, and technology.   More >>

Spiritual Intervention in Medical Practice

Start Date : 08:00 AM, 07/06/2018

End Date : 09:30 AM, 07/06/2018

Research is rapidly accumulating that demonstrates a link between religious involvement and health. As a result, healthcare professionals are searching for ways to apply the findings from these studies to patient care. This session will briefly review the evidence supporting including spiritual interventions (such as spiritual assessment, spiritual referral/consult, spiritual care teams, and praying with/for patients) in clinical care.   More >>