Forthcoming Catholic Medical Association Conference

I am very happy to pass on the details of the forthcoming conference of the Catholic Medical Association on 4 May at Hull University Catholic Chaplaincy. Here is a link to download a pdf of a poster for the Conference.

It is important to note that all are welcome, especially all healthcare workers (including doctors, nurses, social workers, OTs, physios, pharmacists), and students of all healthcare professions who have an interest in a Catholic view of healthcare today.

Here are the details sent to me by the CMA:


It's only one month to go till our Annual  Conference
FOLLOWING JESUS IN HEALTHCARE. 4th May 2019.
The Annual Conference of the Catholic Medical Association will be held at Hull University Catholic Chaplaincy.
Keynote speakers include 
  •  David Quinn, Director of the Iona Institute and former editor of the "Irish Catholic". Bringing faith into public life
  • Sr Andrea Fraile, Sisters of the Gospel of Life. Helping people in a crisis: the work of the Sisters of the Gospel of Life 
 We will be welcoming professionals and students of all healthcare professions, as well as Chaplains and all who have an interest in a Catholic view of healthcare today?
  • How can we keep a strong faith in a busy career?
  • How do we bring hope?
  • What is the purpose of healing and healthcare?
  • How can we "live our faith" at work?

and www.catholicmedicalassociation.org.uk  and www.cmq.org.uk .
All are welcome. 10am to 6.30pm Saturday 4th May. The AGM of the CMA will be held on Sunday 5th May.  You  can help  us by  downloading the flyer here. Please do print this off and put it at the back  of your Church.  

Please book  by  emailing us at  kentcma@gmail.com.  We look forward to seeing you there.  

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