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Subject:upcoming event

The University of Texas at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

Division of Cancer Medicine Grand Rounds

 

The

Eight Annual Sister Alice Potts

Endowed Lecture Series

 

 

“Medical and Religious Language in the Clinical Setting”

 

GUEST LECTURER

 

Wilson Will, Ph.D. in Medical Anthropology

 

 

Tuesday, January 31

8 a.m. – 9 a.m.

Hickey Auditorium, R11.1400

Main Building, Floor 11

 

FREE ADMISSION

 

Welcome and Introductions

Waun Ki Hong, M.D.

Head, Division of Cancer Medicine

 

Stephen Findley, M.Div., B.C.C.

Staff Chaplain and Event Coordinator

 

 

Teaching objectives:

 

* Identify, compare, and contrast the main religious and medical functions of language in the clinical setting.

* Understand ways in which cultural and religious beliefs influence patient-clinician conversations.

 

* Appreciate the central role of religious texts, narratives, and metaphors in finding meaning in the face of disease and death.



Jose Cedillo, M.Div., BCC, ACPE
Manager of Chaplaincy Programs
The University of Texas M. D.Anderson Cancer Center
Department of Chaplaincy & Pastoral Education


Posted: 13 Jan 2012 03:23 PM
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