Friend of GWish and GWU alum Eric Lindner (GWSB BBA '81) recently published a book, Hospice Voices: Lessons for Living at the End of Life, with a portion of the proceeds being donated to GWish.
Around-the-clock media coverage and heated political disputes have made the debate about U.S. health care reform difficult to overlook. However, there is a quieter revolution occurring in the field simultaneously — one that stresses the importance of whole-person care that focuses on...
The Fetzer Institute convened experts in different disciplines from around the world (health, art, humanities, law, etc) to explore ways in which compassion, love and forgiveness are exemplified in the different sectors.
Administering a dose of compassion and consideration can go a long way toward healing the human spirit, as well as the body.
At the end of February 2012 more than forty students, young physicians and teachers gathered at the Abode of the Message in New Lebanon, NY for this year's Spirituality in Medicine - Leadership Training Institute.
For more than a decade, Christina Puchalski, MD, '94, has been working to foster a more compassionate system of health care through her research, education and policy work at the George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health (GWish).