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The Call to Physician Advocacy in the Public Square

Physician as Advocate: Defending Scientific Truth in the Public Square BY TOM VENZOR Physician advocacy is everywhere. It happens daily in the clinical setting when physicians advocate for their patients in the doctor-patient relationship. It happens regularly in committee meetings with the implementation and development

Annual conference and Scientific meeting of the Nigerian Association – Program

In a few days, the Association of Catholic Medical Practitioners of Nigeria (ACMPN) will have it's 16th National Conference: Theme: Strategies for Improving Health Worker Status in a Challenging World. 15th-16th July, 2022, via Zoom With a Goodwill Massage from FIAMC president Bernard Ars Registration

A Medical Vocation Today

Annals of Bioethics & Clinical Applications  MEDWIN PUBLISHERS ISSN: 2691-5774  Committed to Create Value for Researchers  Is a Medical Vocation Possible Today? Is a Christian Medical Vocation Possible Today?  Pilar Nunez Cubero M1,2*   1Department of Bioethics, Comillas Pontifical University University, Spain 2Department of Philosophy, Ramon

Healthcare: Strength in Unity

CHCLA: Strength in Unity BY STEVEN WHITE, M.D. We are confronted with very significant challenges in healthcare in America today. In addition to the ongoing dire circumstances that have arisen as a consequence of dealing with the Covid pandemic, we are now facing an existential

Pope tells Catholic pharmacists they play a crucial social role

Meeting with members of the International Federation of Catholic Pharmacists, Pope Francis highlights the crucial role this professional category plays in society, which has been further confirmed during the COVID-19 pandemic. By Lisa Zengarini (Vaticannews) Pope Francis has praised pharmacists for their engagement during the COVID-19

Renewing Healthcare for the Common Good

BY FRED FAKHARZADEH, M.D. The social doctrine of the Church provides fundamental principles that serve to form our conscience and provide criteria for prudential judgment in evaluating the framework of society. Based on these criteria, we can implement policies and action to address the structures

Darbonne Shares Path to Pro-Life Practice as Catholic Doctor

News  28 October 2021   By Pamela SealDiocese of Lake Charles  LAKE CHARLES — Health care professionals gathered for the second annual “White Mass and Blessing” on Sunday, October 24, in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. The 9:30 a.m. liturgy was celebrated by Bishop Glen John

Catholic Doctor honored for service during COVID-19 pandemic

Major Daniel E. O'Connell, MD, MPH, receives the 2021 Catholic Doctor of the Year Award on Oct. 24, during the Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ annual Mass for Catholic Healthcare Professionals. | Mission Doctors Association. By Kate Olivera Los Angeles, Calif., Oct 26, 2021 / 18:39 pm

The Pulse of Catholic Medicine (Fall 2021)

In the Midst of the Hardships:Finding Joy in Medicine 2021 Annual Educational Conference: Practical Steps to Rediscovering Joy in Medicine To say the last year and half has been stressful is an understatement, especially in a profession already riddled with stress. Anxiety and depression are

USA: Catholic doctor seeks to help patients better recover from ICU

By Charles C. CamosyOct 16, 2021| (Credit: Pixabay.) [Editor’s Note: Dr. E. Wesley Ely, MD, MPH is a professor of medicine at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and the Associate Director for Research for the VA Tennessee Valley Geriatric Research and Education Clinical Center (GRECC). He

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