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.
We invite submissions of a 250-word abstract for a poster that addresses the issues at the intersection of spirituality and healthcare for our 6th Annual Spirituality and Health Summer Institute.
Dr. Najmeh Jafari, GWish post-doctorate scientist, recently traveled to the American Psychosocial Oncology Society Conference to participate in a book signing and present her recent work.
WASHINGTON - While spirituality played a significant role in health care for centuries, technological advances in the 20th century overshadowed this more human side of medicine.
Christina Puchalski, M.D. '94, RESD '97, director and founder of the George Washington University (GW) Institute of Spirituality and Health and professor of medicine at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), has received a $558,502 grant from the John Templeton Foundation.