Call for Proposals: Workshops/Plenary Sessions

Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship Annual Gathering

Call for Proposals: Workshops/Plenary Sessions

Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship Annual Gathering

Proposal Deadline:   Sunday, November 12, 2017

Ideas wantedYou are invited to submit one or more workshop or plenary session presentation proposals for the Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship Annual Gathering, June 22-24, 2018 at Hueston Woods Lodge and Conference Center, College Corner, Ohio.   The theme for Annual Gathering 2018 is “Stories of Healing.”   Both workshops and plenary sessions should examine the interaction between faith, community, and healing.  Reflections on healing in the role of patient/client, in the role of healthcare provider, or as a community fit within this theme.  Perspectives from medicine, nutrition, mental health, chaplaincy, and other related fields are encouraged.  Presentations of significant interest or timely nature that are not on the theme will also be considered.

Plenary sessions will be one-hour large group presentations.   Workshops will be one-hour smaller group interactive sessions.   Please submit a copy of your CV along with this completed form for each presentation proposal.  All proposals must be submitted by Sunday, November 12, 2017.

 

Decisions will be made by January 5, 2018.  The Annual Gathering registration fee will be waived for any Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship members who have workshop or plenary session proposals accepted.

Completed proposals and any questions can be directed to Paul Leichty at info@mennohealth.org

 

Download a proposal submission form in one of the formats, or fill out the online form below. 

Call for Proposals Form  – Fill in DOCX form

Call for Proposals Form – PDF

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