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Medicine
  • Author:
    Harold G. Koenig
  • ISBN:
    1599471418
  • ISBN13:
    978-1599471419
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  • Publisher:
    Templeton Press; First edition edition (September 1, 2008)
  • Pages:
    240 pages
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    Medicine
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Medicine, Religion, and . In so doing, we are given scientifically based guidelines that allow us to be happier and more-fulfilled. - Herbert Benson, .

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Medicine, Religion, and Health: Where Science and Spirituality Meet" will be the first title published in the new Templeton Science and Religion Series, in which scientists from a wide range of fields distill their experience and knowledge into brief tours of their respective specialties.

Koenig, Harold G. Bibliographic Citation. West Conshohocken, PA: Templeton Foundation Press, 2008. Religion, Spirituality, and Medicine: How Are They Related and What Does It Mean?

Koenig, Harold G. Religion, Spirituality, and Medicine: How Are They Related and What Does It Mean?  Koenig, Harold G. (2001-12). Related Items in Google Scholar.

Book details Author : Harold G. Koenig Pages : 240 pages Publisher : Templeton Foundation Press,U

Book details Author : Harold G. Koenig Pages : 240 pages Publisher : Templeton Foundation Press,U.

Religion, medicine, and healthcare have been related in one way or another in all population groups since the beginning of recorded history

Religion, medicine, and healthcare have been related in one way or another in all population groups since the beginning of recorded history. Only in recent times have these systems of healing been separated, and this separation has occurred largely in highly developed nations; in many developing countries, there is little or no such separation. The history of religion, medicine, and healthcare in developed countries of the West, though, is a fascinating one. The first hospitals in the West for the care of the sick in the general population were built by religious organizations and staffed.

Chemistry & Materials Science. Computer Science & Communications. Templeton Press, Pennsylvania. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Factors Affecting the Health-Related Quality of Life of Community-Dwelling Elderly in Japan: A Focus on Spirituality. Earth & Environmental Sciences. Medicine & Healthcare. AUTHORS: Minako Kobayashi, Eiji Marui. KEYWORDS: Health-Related QOL, Spirituality, Physical and Mental Health, Community Dwelling Elderly. JOURNAL NAME: Health, Vo. N., July 26, 2017.

Informationen zum Titel Medicine, Religion, and Health von Harold G. Koenig aus der Reihe Templeton Science . Handbook of Religion and Health Harold G. Koenig, David B. Larson, Michael E. McCullough Oxford University Press, USA, 2001 . Koenig aus der Reihe Templeton Science and Religion Series . Blind Faith Richard P. Sloan St. Martin's Griffin, 2008 . How God Changes Your Brain Andrew Newberg, Mark Robert Waldman Ballantine Books, 2009 . Spirituality in Patient Care Harold G. Koenig Templeton Press, 2007 .

Religion vs. Spirituality vs. Psychology Religion – beliefs, practices, a creed with do’s and don’ts . Religion and Mental Health

Religion vs. Psychology Religion – beliefs, practices, a creed with do’s and don’ts, communityoriented, ted, divisive and unpopular, but easier to define and measure Spirituality – quest for the sacred, related to the transcendent, personal, individual-focused, inclusive, popular, but difficult to define and quantify Humanism – areas of human experience and behavior that lack a connection to the transcendent, t. Religion and Mental Health

Medicine, Religion, and Health: Where Science and Spirituality Meet will be the first title published in the new Templeton Science and Religion Series, in which scientists from a wide range of fields distill their experience and knowledge into brief tours of their respective specialties. In this, the series' maiden volume, Dr. Harold G. Koenig provides an overview of the relationship between health care and religion that manages to be comprehensive yet concise, factual yet inspirational, and technical yet easily accessible to nonspecialists and general readers.

Focusing on the scientific basis for integrating spirituality into medicine, Koenig carefully summarizes major trends, controversies, and the latest research from a wide variety of disciplines and provides plausible and compelling theoretical explanations for what has thus far emerged in this relatively young field of study. Medicine, Religion, and Health begins by defining the principal terms and then moves on to a brief history of the role that religion has played in medicine before delving into the current state of research. Koenig devotes several chapters to exploring the outcomes of specific studies in fields such as mental health, cardiovascular disease, and mortality. The book concludes with a review of the clinical applications that can be derived from the research. Koenig also supplies several detailed appendices that will aid readers of all levels looking for further information. Medicine, Religion, and Health will shed new light on important contemporary issues and will whet readers' appetites for more information on this fascinating, complex, and controversial area of research, clinical activity, and popular discussion. It will find a welcome home on the bookshelves of students, researchers, clinicians, and other health professionals in a variety of disciplines.

saafari
Excellent book
Phobism
I'm using this for my ministry class, thanks!!!!!!!!!!!11
Malak
Beneficial to all in the art of healing
Wnex
The book approaches a very important subject but the way the author presents the results on scientific literature is boring, repetitive.
TheJonnyTest
I guess the book was not very good because I never got it. I thing the writer is pretty good. Don't know for sure.
Coirad
Just a bunch of facts and statistics thrown at you about various topics of health and religion. It is an easy read but an informative yet boring read.