Item description for A Balm for Gilead: Meditations on Spirituality and the Healing Arts by Daniel P. Sulmasy...
"A Balm for Gilead" interweaves prayer and reflection, pointing the way to a twenty-first-century spirituality for health care professionals and their patients.
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Studio: Georgetown University Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Publisher Georgetown University Press
ISBN 1589011228 ISBN13 9781589011229
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More About Daniel P. Sulmasy
Sulmasy is the Sisters of Charity Chair in Ethics at St. Vincent's Hospital, as well as a professor of medicine and the director of the Bioethics Institute at New York Medical College.
Daniel P. Sulmasy was born in 1956 and has an academic affiliation as follows - The University of Chicago.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Balm for Gilead: Meditations on Spirituality and the Healing Arts?
An Excellent Book for the Christian Healthcare Professional Dec 21, 2007
This book discusses in a beautiful way how God in Christ can be met in the midst of the often-heartbreaking challenges of today's American healthcare system. As a medical student, I found that his "Meditations" places our role as healthcare professionals caring for the sick within a broader redemptive context of God's plan for His creation. I highly recommend this book for those who find themselves frustrated with the current situation of medical care and seek renewal of hope for its future.
For Providers Seeking Spiritual Depth May 14, 2007
You can read through this in 4-5 hours, but if you don't go back and read each chapter slowly, savoring the the richness of Sulmasy's wisdom and insights, you will miss two-thirds of what's here. I anticipate using it with a group of physicians who meet monthly to discuss material of this sort. We'll take a chapter a month, and I'm convinced that the sharing and self-reflection will be greatly appreciated. Many providers today are looking for this kind of depth, although some find it hard to admit as much to their colleagues.