A panel of physicians will discuss how their Christian faith impacts their medical practice, particularly as they participate in medical mission work locally, domestically and internationally. Panelists will share about their experiences with and commitment to medical missions in diverse sites ranging from Haiti to Appalachia to Tallmadge, Ohio.
Event sponsored by Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Association of Catholic Medical Students; Student Affairs
This panel of faith leaders will present the main tenets of their religions as they relate to the field of medicine and will take questions from the audience about what care looks like to people of different faiths. Topics of discussion may include:
- End of life issues
- Palliative care
- When or why a patient might consult her/his faith leader before making a medical decision
The panelists for the Q&A discussion are Rabbi Yossi Marozov from Friendship Circle of Cleveland, Reverend Dianne Tobey Covault from Simpson United Methodist Church and Christ United Methodist Church, and Father Michael Williamson from St. Matthew’s Parish.
Future medical professionals can register at religionmedicinepanel.eventbrite.com.