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Teaching Interreligious Encounters$
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Marc A. Pugliese and Alex Y. Hwang

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780190677565

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: August 2017

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190677565.001.0001

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Teaching Interspiritual Dialogue to Health Care Professionals

Teaching Interspiritual Dialogue to Health Care Professionals

Reflections on a Course for Pharmacy Students

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(p.311) 21 Teaching Interspiritual Dialogue to Health Care Professionals
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Teaching Interreligious Encounters
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Kelly R. Arora

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190677565.003.0022

Interspiritual conversations are becoming more common in health care settings as providers recognize that patients’ diverse spiritual/religious values, beliefs, and practices may influence their health care decision-making and general well-being. This essay explores the practical dimensions of teaching health care professionals how to use an interspiritual dialogue approach grounded in values and particularism through a course entitled “Faith, Spirituality and Culture in Health Care,” which was designed for and taught to doctoral students at a Denver, Colorado, School of Pharmacy. After considering the contemporary context for teaching interspiritual dialogue to healthcare professionals, the essay reflects upon and relates the pedagogical choices made in designing and teaching the course, as well as the course structure, outline, objectives, and schedule.

Keywords:   interspirituality, health care professionals, health care decisions, spiritual/religious values

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