Honouring Personhood in Healthcare 5–9 February 2018 (Mon–Fri)
Can a clearer understanding of our God designed humanity enable us to more fully care for people? How can we care for others if we don’t also care for ourselves and live in a restorative way? What are the challenges and opportunities for God’s people in healthcare today? Join us as we explore these issues, seek God together and ask that His Kingdom may come in and through our lives.
Ross Bryson a follower of Jesus, has worked in primary healthcare in the developing world, in community paediatrics, in drug addiction and has been a GP for 30 years. He sees in General Practice a unique opportunity to care for the needs of the whole person and facilitate change in communities. He leads an organisation that enables churches to be part of this process. Recognising that there are universal needs in the human spirit led him to develop the role of Chaplaincy in General Practice.
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