Category Archives: Educational resource
Abundant thanks to the folks at the Department of Theology and the University of Durham (UK) Project for Spirituality, Theology and Health for their invitation to present at the October Seminar, and for their warm and kind welcome and good discussion. … Continue reading
another view (the owner, 2nd from the left below, was Mr. Selden Rand): Photos from the author’s personal collection; may be shared and reused for educational non-profit use in accord with the Creative Commons license.
What has ethics to do with global health? Rather a lot! Explore the free online resources described in this new annotated bibliography, recently developed with support from the Global Health Education and Learning Incubator (GHELI) at Harvard University. The bibliography … Continue reading
New on the “Teaching Tools” page: Preparing for Academic Journal Publication Planning a Book-Length Writing Project Climate, Sustainability, and Health: Personal Action Checklist
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“We must have women’s choirs. You are baptized in the same baptismal font–men and women. You drink from the same communion chalice. You receive the same bread. So men and women must both sing!” So insisted the bishop Jacob of … Continue reading
Yes, According to this Roundtable on Population Health Improvement, held in Raleigh, North Carolina, in March 2018. Learn more about the workshop and download a free pdf of the 9-page report