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"A 1999 STUDY conducted by the Columbia School of Medicine at the University of Missouri found that although 96 percent of family doctors [in the US] consider spiritual well-being to be an important part of a patient's health, fewer than 20 percent reported having discussed spiritual topics with patients.
"The top reason given was time. Doctors, pushed by financial incentives to cram as many patients as possible into their workday, are spending less time with patients than ever before."
[One study conducted by the American Medical Association] "found the average encounter lasted about 16 minutes . . . ."
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William E. Moody
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with contributions from David B. Caruso, Laurent Belsie, Gary Thomas, Michael Silver, Terence Monmaney
What's it to be? Fishing or walking?
By Richard Bergenheim
Finally, I feel at home
Name removed by request
WHERE IS HOME?
Jodie Eva Cook
By Candace du Mars
Is truth stumbling in the streets?
By Kim Shippey
Befogged? Watch for the light
By Pauline Elizabeth Hutchinson
Turn toward the light
Carolyn Abbott Sebbard
The case of the missing ring
Ann B. Hymes
YOUR TRUE COLORS
Judith Haugan Ryan
Severe pain conquered through prayer
Smoking habit overcome; hernia healed
W. N. Christopher Lount
A purer love ends resentment and heals injured ankle
Injustice on the job needn't hinder advancement
By Ronald Gray Walker
Not all leaves need wind to fall
Lois Rae Carlson
Epiphany in the trenches
Mary Metzner Trammell