Student Essay Project 2019

Annual Gathering 2019: "Well-being for All: Developing Resilience in Healthcare"

Mennonite Healthcare FellowshipWell-being for All2019 Student Essay Project

In conjunction with

Annual Gathering 2019

Qualifications

Qualifications

  • Enrollment in an undergraduate, graduate, professional, residency, fellowship, or internship program relating to health (physical, mental, or spiritual).
  • Support of the Mission of MHF to be an interdisciplinary community of Anabaptist health professionals which seeks to nurture the integration of faith and practice, to provide opportunities for dialogue on health-related issues, and to address specific needs through education, advocacy, and service.
Content

Content

  • Describe an experience or project (scholarly, professional, or extramural) in which you observed or participated in a way which illustrates the theme: Well-being for All.
  • Define the challenges and opportunities of individuals of your profession in living out the theme, Well-being for All, with patients/clients/colleagues.
  • Discuss the influence of Anabaptist values of Christian love, service, and community as it relates to the theme, Well-being for All.
Format

Format

  • Essay under 2,000 words (preferred format)
  • Submitted as a digital document in MS Word or compatible format.
  • Alternative formats will be considered if the idea is submitted by February 28, 2019.
Award

Award

(Any or all of the following may be given)

  • Complimentary registration for Annual Gathering 2019 or 2020) Up to 4 awards to be granted. Upon request, registration waiver may be deferred one year.
  • Publication or feature in the Mennonite Health Journal.
  • Opportunity to present your work at the MHF Annual Gathering 2019 in Bluffton
Submissions

Submissions

  • Email essay content to info@mennohealth.org by March 31, 2019) with the subject “Student Essay Project.” Essays should be in a MS Word compatible format.
  • Contact the MHF Office for details on submitting art or video content.
  • Include a photo (JPG or PNG) and brief biography explaining your current position and future career goals.
  • Awards will be announced on or about April 15, 2019.

2017 and 2018 Winning Essays

Below are winning essays that have already been published in Mennonite Health Journal.

Essay Projects have been held in conjunction with MHF’s Annual Gathering in 2017 and 2018

The Beauty and the Pain

          Mennonite Health Journal, Vol. 19 No. 9, May 7, 2018 The Beauty and the Pain By Nicole Groff Student Essay Project 2018 Winner PDF “How do we weigh the beauty of this world and the pain of this world?” This was the question I asked as I sat on one of the...

Nursing: A Whole Being Endeavor

          Mennonite Health Journal, Vol. 19 No. 8, April 25, 2018 Nursing: A Whole Being Endeavor By Patty Peebles Student Essay Project 2018 Winner PDFNursing is a whole being endeavor. The work nurses provide requires an attention and compassion that can help...

Creating Healing Environments

      Mennonite Health Journal, Vol. 19, No. 4, May 26, 2017 Creating Healing Environments Jessica Clasen, RN Read in PDF Providing a healing environment is essential to patient-centered care and aids in reducing anxiety and stress.  Healing is not the same as...

Medical Mission Trip to Nicaragua

Mennonite Health Journal, Vol. 19, No. 3, May 11, 2017 Medical Mission Trip to Nicaragua Milan Sheth Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship 2017 Essay Scholarship Read in PDF It is a privilege and a blessing to be in a position to help those in need. In the Bible, Jesus...

The Healing Power of Story – Beth Toner

  Mennonite Health Journal, Vol. 19, No. 2, May 8, 2017 The Healing Power of Story Beth Toner, MJ, RN Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship 2017 Essay Scholarship Read in PDF   The shift report might have sounded something like this: "82-year-old female, status...

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