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Annual Gathering 2018

June 22-24 at Bluffton University

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Mennonite Health Journal

An Online Journal for Anabaptists in Healthcare

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Reflections on India

          Mennonite Health Journal, Vol. 19, No. 13, September 12, 2018 Reflections on Project in India  PDF Mollie Gaeddert Steven Roth Memorial Grant ProgramThanks to the funding of the Steven Roth Memorial Grant Program, I was able to spend two months of 2018...

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Louise Babikow SET Report

          Mennonite Health Journal, Vol. 19, No. 11, June 8, 2018    Student Elective Term (SET) Report   PDF By Louise Babikow February 10 - March 28, 2018 in Roatán, HondurasEvery chain of events starts with a push, a catalyst. Traveling to Mennonite World...

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Jenna Nofziger SET Report

          Mennonite Health Journal, Vol. 19, No. 10, June 4, 2018 PDF Student Elective Term (SET) Report Jenna Nofziger, MD March 24 - May 6, 2018 in Shirati, Tanzania If medical school has taught me anything-which, as someone receiving their medical license shortly,...

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Service in Shirati, Tanzania

Shirati KMT HospitalThree panelists share their recent service/learning experiences at Shirati Hospital. See the Webinars page for details and a link to the hour-long recording.

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Annual Gathering 2018

Stories of HealingSee the Annual Gathering 2018 page for a summary report, slides, and videos of the plenary sessions.

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Elizabeth NafzigerThe clinical aspects of this [SET in El Salvador] were a highlight of medical school, without a doubt. But what I appreciated most was the opportunity to improve my Spanish so that I can communicate better with my patients who are Spanish-speakers and to become more culturally sensitive. My understanding of global health…has a greater depth and a firmer foundation thanks to this experience.
Elizabeth Nafziger, MD

SET student, 2015

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