CBHD partnered with the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians & Gynecologists and the American College of Pediatricians to host the Matthew Bulfin Educational Conference on Trinity’s Deerfield campus in late September. CBHD also offered a preconference session with Dr. Marguerite Duane, MD, MHA, FAAFP, on the topic of “My Body, My Health: How Understanding the Female Body Promotes Health.” This session was co-hosted with several groups at Trinity International University and was offered primarily for female students, spouses, faculty and staff of the undergraduate and seminary.
CBHD launched its first ever Student Paper Competition this Fall in conjunction with its 25th annual conference. Undergraduate, graduate, seminary, and doctoral students were invited to engage questions from a Christian perspective associated with foundational or emerging issues raised at the intersections of medicine, science, technology, and our common humanity. The winning paper will be published in a future issue of Dignitas. In addition, the author will receive a complimentary conference registration, cash prize of $250, and the opportunity to present the paper during a parallel paper session at the conference. More information about future Student Paper Competitions can be found at https://cbhd.org/conf2019/student-competition.
After several departures in the past year, CBHD welcomed Sharon Gustafson as the Events and Executive Services Manager in the late Spring and Jonathan Wright as the part-time Office Assistant in the early Fall.
Coming Soon: Contemporary Issues in Reproductive Technology