November 1, 2011
Hospitals may be leaving their patients' religious and spiritual needs unfulfilled despite believing they ought to be more involved, evidence suggests that a low percentage of physicians actually have religious or spiritual discussions with patients.
April 1, 2002
Program Results Report
In 2001, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, N.C., held a two-day conference that explored the potential for cooperation between religious communities and health care systems in meeting the health care needs of the nation's rapidly increasing elderly population.
December 1, 2009
This article presents qualitative findings from the first study of how physicians respond when patients raise the issue of prayer. The study recruited pediatric physicians from thirteen hospitals on U.S. News and World Report?s ?honor roll.?