Webinar: What Says the Great Physician: Moral Reflection, Medical Ethics, and Cultural Narratives Amid COVID-19

Click the video link below to watch a webinar entitled, “What Says the Great Physician: Moral Reflection, Medical Ethics, and Cultural Narratives Amid COVID-19.” The webinar was hosted by The North Carolina Study Center and features Duke Divinity School Theology, Medicine, and Culture Professors Farr Curlin and Patrick Smith.  It explores questions of morality and […]

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“A Model of Life”: Gabrielle Daniels, Theology, Medicine, and Culture Fellow ’17, Seeks Health Care Justice for Women and Children of Color

“As health professionals, we need to get ahold of the ministry of healing as ordained through Christ Jesus,” says Gabrielle Daniels, an alumna of the Theology, Medicine, and Culture (TMC) Fellowship at Duke Divinity School. Daniels, who also holds an MPH from Yale, is now a Project Manager at the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI), and […]

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Dr. Thomas Catena Gives Inaugural Lecture at Duke Divinity School

The Theology, Medicine, and Culture Initiative at Duke Divinity School hosted the Inaugural Thomas Gerard Catena Lecture on November 19th at Goodson Chapel. Read about and watch the lecture in this article in Duke Today: “In football, a nose guard is a position with no glamour and no glory.  A defensive bulwark, the nose guard […]

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The Church and the Renewal of Health Care

The church has been involved in health care since its earliest days. Dr. Warren Kinghorn, M.D., Th.D., says that the church can address some of the most pressing issues facing patients and caregivers and articulate and advocate for the wisdom of God in contemporary health care. […]

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