The Certificate in Theology and Health Care provides for robust theological and practical engagement with contemporary practices in medicine and health care.
The certificate is typically completed in one year of full-time study and formation at Duke Divinity School. […]
An annual symposium convening scholars and practitioners Pharmaceuticals have emerged as a powerful force within modern culture, where they are taken to relieve human suffering, to modify human vulnerability, and to moderate risk of future adverse events. Many instances of pharmaceutical use fit well within standard medical narratives of disease and treatment, and are […]
Our Vision and Mission The Reimagining Health Collaborative (RHC) convenes churches and Christian communities in North Carolina and across the nation to engage more fully in God’s healing and restoring work through innovative and faithful practices of health and health care. RHC launches a new cohort of churches each year and each cohort works on […]
REGISTer Registration is free and gives access to all six seminars in the series. These semi-monthly seminars are a regular gathering of faculty, fellows, students, and others interested in the intersections of theology, medicine, and culture. Due to COVID-19, our seminars will be held online during 2020-21. See a list of speakers and topics below, […]
The Certificate in Theology, Medicine, and Culture prepares Duke Divinity students for robust theological and practical engagement with contemporary practices of medicine and community and public health. The certificate track combines scholarship and course work with practical experience and community engagement. While it is possible to fulfill the certificate requirements in one academic year, many students participate and complete requirements over the full course of […]