Called to Care. Caring to Serve.

A professional organization for Anabaptist individuals working in all areas of healthcare

Annual Gathering 2018

June 22-24 at Bluffton University

Student Elective Term Grants

Do an internship term in an overseas setting.

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In memory of Steven Roth

Mennonite Health Journal

An Online Journal for Anabaptists in Healthcare

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Louise Babikow SET Report

          Mennonite Health Journal, Vol. 19, No. 11, June 8, 2018    Student Elective Term (SET) Report   PDF By Louise Babikow February 10 - March 28, 2018 in Roatán, HondurasEvery chain of events starts with a push, a catalyst. Traveling to Mennonite World...

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Jenna Nofziger SET Report

          Mennonite Health Journal, Vol. 19, No. 10, June 4, 2018 PDF Student Elective Term (SET) Report Jenna Nofziger, MD March 24 - May 6, 2018 in Shirati, Tanzania If medical school has taught me anything-which, as someone receiving their medical license shortly,...

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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...

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Annual Gathering 2018

Stories of Healing

Annual Gathering 2018
June 22-24, 2018
Bluffton University
1 University Drive
Bluffton, OH 45817

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Elizabeth NafzigerThe clinical aspects of this [SET in El Salvador] were a highlight of medical school, without a doubt. But what I appreciated most was the opportunity to improve my Spanish so that I can communicate better with my patients who are Spanish-speakers and to become more culturally sensitive. My understanding of global health…has a greater depth and a firmer foundation thanks to this experience.
Elizabeth Nafziger, MD

SET student, 2015