Program studies role of religion in practicing medicine

June 2012
Medical Ethics Advisor;Jun2012, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p63
The article reports on the launch of a new program regarding the role of religion in practicing medicine, by the University Of Chicago School Of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois, trusted by the John Templeton Foundation. Professor Daniel Sulmasy believes that this program helps to look at the practitioner's spirituality. According to associate professor Farr Curlin, it is a first step in which people will learn to deal religion broadly with medical education and profession.


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