In-Training, a blog written by medical students, published a post on the Spirituality in Medicine Leadership Training Conference, a yearly meeting led by the George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health (GWISH).
Dr. Christina Puchalski was recently quoted in a The Globe and Mail article entitled "Reclaiming medicine's spiritual roots: Treating people, not just diseases".
Dr. Christina Puchalski spoke with Bonnie North on WUWM’s Lake Effect about the importance of considering a patient's mental, emotional, and spiritual health and how those factors can play a significant role in successful treatment plan.
Christina Puchalski's talk from the 2011 ASTMH Symposium in Philadelphia has been released.
GWish recently hosted a booth at the 2014 Annual Assembly of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM), held in San Diego, March 9th through 12th.
GWish Recommended Event: Masterfully led by three expert teachers—a physician, a clinical nurse educator and a senior international teacher in spiritual dimensions of healing—enjoy this wonderful opportunity to learn and relax at a tranquil Shaker campus near the Berkshires, complete with delicious, organic meals and beautiful natural surroundings.
In the recent article "More Than a Diagnosis: Medical Students and Teaching Hospitals Address Patients' Spiritual Needs", published in the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Report, writer Rebecca Greenberg spoke with GWish Director Dr.