Welcome to the MedicalMissions.com Podcast

This is a series of sessions from leading experts in healthcare missions.

Indispensably Valuable, Irreplaceable Powerful, and Inconsistently Utilized; The Bible and its Centrality in Preparing for Medical Missions

Nearly all Christians acknowledge the Bible as God's word, but many disciples, including aspiring health care missionaries, struggle to consistently apply its power to their lives and ministries. Come be encouraged to systematically read, love, and be transformed by the Holy Spirit's most powerful tool. Your future fruitfulness depends on it.

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Specialty Care Solutions in the Developing World - Pitfalls and Potential

Public health measures such as vaccines and clean water are certainly critical and foundational to transforming health in a limited resource setting. However there are times as a long term medical missionary when the huge health disparities between specialty medical care in the developing and the developed world motivate one to initiate specialized treatment programs where none exist. We will discuss the factors to consider in beginning and sustaining these programs in extremely limited resource settings with examples from neonatology, hematology, and oncology at Kibuye Hope Hospital, a 170 bed teaching hospital in rural Burundi.

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Sourcing Safe Medicine for Missions

This session will cover the topic of sourcing medicines for missions. We will discuss the following: counterfeit medication, substandard medication, risks and benefits of obtaining medication in the united states and transporting it overseas versus obtaining the medication in developing nations, how to source medications that will be used in developing nations.

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A Thriving Family in a Difficult Setting

One of the most-cited (or unspoken) barriers to missions service, especially for young couples, is concerns of raising children on the mission field. Hear from a doctor and nurse on how they are raising a thriving family among unreached Muslims in the impoverished Sahel in Africa.

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Serving as a Health Care Provider in a Conflict Setting

Serving as a medical provider in a disaster requires some preparation. Serving in a conflict zone takes that preparation to another level. Are you ready to serve? Let’s talk about that.

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