Finding God in All Things
Over 3 days and 2 nights, on the campus of Duke University, nurses, physicians, therapists, students, chaplains, other health practitioners, and spouses will gather:
- To tune our eyes and hearts to see how God is present in our work in health care
- To engage in imaginative, contemplative reading of scripture and spiritual practices of reflection (Consciousness Examined)
- To learn from Ignatian practice of discernment and decision-making and apply those to our vocations and callings as health care practitioners
- To grow in friendship with one another in the context of shared meals, conversation, prayer and worship
Friday, May 19
5:00 – Registration and reception
6:00 – Dinner
7:15 – Opening and Worship
7:30 – John Hardt - Finding God in All Things
Saturday, May 20
8:00 – Breakfast
9:00 – Morning Prayer and Worship
9:15 – David De Marco - Imaginative Prayer and the Practice of Medicine
10:15 – Break
10:45 – Martha Carlough - Ignation Practices of Discernment and Decision Making
12:00 – Lunch
1:30 – Session I workshops*
2:30 – Break
3:00 – Session II workshops*
4:30 – Free Time/Optional Activities
6:00 – Dinner and Conversation
7:00 – Prayer and Worship
7:15 – Rachel Campbell - Imaginative Performance of Christ the Healer from Scripture
Sunday, May 21
8:00 – Breakfast
8:30 – David De Marco - The Contemplative Clinician
10:30 – Adjourn
11:00 – An interdenominational service and Catholic Mass are both offered at 11am in Duke Chapel and Goodson Chapel, respectively.
Early registration is available through May 1, 2017. A limited number of registrations are available at reduced cost to current students and trainees.
- Standard - $295.00
- Clinical Trainee/Clergy - $200.00
- Student - $125.00
After May 1, the fees increase to $350 for Standard, $225 for Spouse/Clinical Trainee/Clergy and $150 for Student.
Travel and Lodging
Raleigh-Durham International (RDU) is the airport nearest to Duke Divinity School. On-campus parking will be available and is reserved on the registration form. A list of recommended hotels, including those offering shuttle service to campus, is available here.
Father De Marco, MD, SJM
Assistant Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, and Chaplain at Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing at Loyola University Chicago.
John Hardt, PhD
Associate Professor in Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics, Stritch School of Medicine, and Vice President and Associate Provost of Mission Integration, Loyola University Health System and Health Sciences Division.
Martha Carlough, MD, MPH
Professor in Family Medicine and Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Ignatian trained Spiritual Director.