Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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978-1-4758-4592-1 • Hardback • May 2020 • $56.00 • (£43.00)
978-1-4758-4593-8 • Paperback • March 2020 • $29.00 • (£21.99)
978-1-4758-4594-5 • eBook • March 2020 • $25.50 • (£19.99)
Philip C. Scibilia, DMH, MA, MLitt. Adjunct Professor Fordham University The Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs. Past Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Program of Medical Humanities Caspersen School Graduate Studies Drew University.
Dominic P. Scibilia, Ph.D. Religious Studies. Retired teacher secondary education in Social Ethics and assistant professor in Religious Studies.
The Series Preface – Dominic P. Scibilia
The Foreword – Thomas Zimmerman
The Introduction – Philip C. Scibilia
Chapter 1 Bioethics matters: clinical ethics at the bedside - Jeanne Kerwin, DMH
Chapter 2 A model for training bioethics consultants
(for the in-house seminar or regional workshop) – Jeanne Kerwin
Chapter 3 Drinking stories: a narrative approach to teaching the neuroethics of addiction
Katie Grogan, DMH
Chapter 4 Implementing racial equity training in medical school curriculum –
Kirk Johnson, DMH
Chapter 5 Racial equity, a pedagogical model – Kirk Johnson
Chapter 6 Hearing the voice of the sufferer, the moral compass of the healthcare professional
Chapter 7 Epigogy: the education of humanity
The psychology of pain as it affects the human condition – Gaetana Kopchinsky
Chapter 8 Epilogue – Philip C. Scibilia, DMH
This book encourages teachers, students and other healthcare professionals to consider ethical and other existential issues related to the experience of disease, care, health policy and religion. The chapters advance the much needed attention to, ideas for, and most important toward a 21st century expression of ethical healthcare.
— Richard Marfuggi MD, Academic Director, The National Student Leadership Conference’s Medicine and Health Programs
Transforming Healthcare Education is a rich collection of perspectives. The contributors guide informative, interesting, and at times provocative discussions that systematically examine important moral issues in healthcare ethics. You will learn something from these contributors…they will make you think.
— Paul M. Wangenheim, MD, D.HM, MS, FACC. Cardiologist, Chairman of the Bioethics Committee SBMC; director, Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program, St. Barnabas Medical Center
Perhaps the best explanations of the process for teaching narrative ethics within a medical humanities practice.
— Sean Nevin, MFA, instructor of Literature of Medicine at Drew University; author, OBLIVIO GATE