Tanenbaum’s Religious Diversity in Health Care Program recently conducted two Grand Rounds presentations in New Jersey, both made possible by a grant from the Arnold P. Gold Foundation. We crafted our presentations based on confidential interviews we conducted with hospital staff, so that we were able to address the unique needs of each hospital, program, and patient population.
In March we conducted another Grand Rounds presentation, this time for Jersey Shore University Medical Center’s Pediatrics Department. We were happy to see that we had a large audience that seemed eager to learn about the topic. In May we will be back at Jersey Shore, this time to present in front of the Psychiatry Department. We are looking forward to expanding our reach across a variety of medical specialties, and to increasing and sharing our knowledge on religious diversity in health care.