Work in healthcare? Need support with spiritual issues? Please join us for our first-ever spiritual support group meeting and see how you can work through spiritual issues that arise in the context of health professions.
April 24 / 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
This intimate "evening of stories" will celebrate personal experiences of spiritual/special/sacred moments in medicine. Four narratives will be shared, each from different perspectives, with time for discussion at the end of the evening.
April 23rd / 5:30-7:00 pm at ISH
"Meditation" encompasses many different form of practice. This panel will allow attendees to learn about the great many varieties of meditative practice, across both Eastern and Western traditions. Come to learn from three experts in the field!
May 14, 2013 / 5:30-7:30pm
Dr. Horvath was appointed chief of staff of the Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center on January 3, 1999. He serves as the most senior clinician in this tertiary care medical center. Dr. Horvath is also a professor in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry at the Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Horvath is a graduate of the University of Melbourne, Australia (M.D., 1965), a member (1970), and fellow (1975) of the Royal Australian College of Physicians, and is a diplomate of the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry (1978). He obtained clinical and research training in internal medicine/neurology, psychiatry, and psychophysiology at the University of Melbourne, Stanford University, and the Palo Alto VA Medical Center. Dr. Horvath is a graduate of Leadership VA (1985), VA Executive Medicine, and the Chief of Staff Institute. He served on the President’s Health Care Reform Task Force, and on the Vision for Change Reorganization of the Veterans Health Administration. He has received leadership awards from the Association of Military Surgeon of the U.S., the National Association of VA Psychology and Psychiatry Leaders, the VA Chaplain Service, and the Readjustment Counseling Service. He is a recipient of the Americanism Medal of the Daughters of the American Revolution. He retired as a Lt. Colonel from the U.S. Army Reserve, Medical Corps.