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Remedy: Healing for the Nations

Articles | By David Stevens, MD, MA (Ethics) | December 01, 2017

In this article from the winter 2017 edition of Today's Christian Doctor, Dr. David Stevens introduces Remedy, CMDA's new medical missions conference.

Development: Genuine Change Through Partnership

Articles | By Mark Crouch, MD | December 01, 2017

What is the role of Christian healthcare professionals in authentic community development? Dr. Mark Crouch discovers this topic in the cover story from the winter 2017 edition of Today's Christian Doctor.

Bringing Epilepsy to Light

Articles | March 01, 2017

Dr. Peter London shares about a new program for neurologists to help epilepsy patients in developing countries in this article from the spring 2017 edition of Today's Christian Doctor.

Lessons Learned

Articles | By Greg "Griff" Griffin, DMD | August 25, 2015

Greg "Griff" Griffin, DMD, shares about lessons he has learned through his work in short-term healthcare missions in this article from the fall 2015 edition of Today's Christian Doctor.

A Sanctuary in the Storm: From Cameroon to the U.S.

Articles | By Brendon Esquibel | December 01, 2014

MD Candidate Brendon Esquibel shares his reflections of serving at Mbingo Baptist Hospital in Cameroon during a clinical rotation in this article published in the winter 2014 edition of Today's Christian Doctor.

Surviving Ebola

Articles | December 01, 2014

In this article from the winter 2014 edition of Today's Christian Doctor, Dr. Thomas Cairns, a career missionary who served in Zaire, shares his experiences of surviving Ebola back in the 1970s before anyone knew what it was or how dangerous it could be.

Ebola and the Normal Christian Life

Articles | By David Stevens, MD, MA (Ethics) | December 01, 2014

In this article from the winter 2014 edition of Today's Christian Doctor, CMDA's CEO Dr. David Stevens guides you through an inside look at Dr. Kent Brantly's battle against Ebola and how all Christians should risk it all for Christ, even in the face of Ebola.

CAR: Steps to peace and reconciliation

Articles | November 10, 2014

Perspectives from Dr. Tim Wester, a U.S. physician serving in Gamboula, CAR. This article discusses keys and barriers to peace and reconcilation, national policies to promote goals and how U.S. government and USAID can help.

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Record Attendance at Healthcare Missions Conferences

Articles | September 09, 2014

Despite the growing fear surrounding the dangers of working overseas due to the Ebola virus and other risks, the number of healthcare professionals seeking to serve on the mission field continues to drastically increase.

The best proof of evidence is the growth of attendance at Christian Medical & Dental Associations’ annual pre-field training conferences, Orientation to Medical Missions.

Medical Ethics Education in the U.S. and Around the World

An article from Shari Falkenheimer about the status of current global bioethics standards.

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