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STARTING THIS FALL SEMESTER, spirituality has officially been integrated into the four-year curriculum of the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at UB [University of Buffalo].
According to Karen Devlin, the program manager, the Spirituality in Medicine Interdisciplinary Training Program will not add credit hours or change the current set of required courses in medical school. The integration of spirituality into the medical school curriculum is done by increasing the focus of culture and spirituality in certain classes. ...
Nancy Nguyen, a first-year medical student in CPM I [Clinical Practice of Medicine—Year 1], said there has been at least one lecture devoted to spiritual awareness this semester. In the lecture, they discussed ways that healthcare providers could recognize and work in accordance with a patient's spiritual ideas.
with contributions from ERIC THACHER, ANNE COOLING, TAWNY CLEVELAND, WANDA RICHARD
A reason to rejoice
MAIKE BYRD, CHILDREN'S EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Joann Pan, Subodh Jain
Warren Bolon with contributions from LOIS RAE CARLSON
Women IN THE Bible AND today—A SPIRITUAL LINK
BY ELAINE FOLLIS
Thinking about women
Justin Byrd with contributions from Kevin Henneberger, Chet Manchester
Grateful for progress, women strive on
BY ROSALIE E. DUNBAR, NEWS EDITOR
BE KIND TO YOURSELF [A BALANCED VIEW OF BODY IMAGE]
BY MELISSA KONETCHY
AN OASIS OF CALM
SUSANNAH H. SNOWDEN,
GOD'S GUIDANCE ALL THE WAY
MORE THAN JUST STORIES
DISASTER—FAR FROM 'NATURAL'
PRAYER HELPED ME BREAK FREE FROM ASSAULT
ALLISON J. DERUSSY
THE PROTECTING POWER OF GOD'S LOVE
PRAYER COMPLETELY HEALS INJURY
ANGELA SAGE LARSEN