spirituality and medicine:
curriculum development project

 

Welcome

 

The Barts and the London spirituality and medicine curriculum development project exists to emphasise the importance of caring for patients' spiritual needs in medical practice, and to encourage medical schools to teach this to medical students. We hope it will be useful to anyone involved in designing curricula for medical schools.

 

This project, to develop a website encouraging debate about the inclusion of spirituality in medical curricula, was funded by the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Barts and the London. It arose from an undergraduate project carried out by David Randall, supervised by Professor Goulding.

Researcher: David Randall, junior doctor, Homerton University Hospital

Academic lead: Reverend Professor Nicolas Goulding, Professor of Pharmacology and Medical Education at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, and Anglican chaplain to the medical school.

 

 

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The Spirituality and Medicine Curriculum Development Project is funded by the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry.