Religion plays a major role in the decision-making of patients, but most medical professionals are not trained to address this when providing care. Tanenbaum trains doctors and nurses to understand how cultural competence and recognizing religion-based health decisions result in better patient-centered care.
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We are excited to launch Tanenbaum’s new Health Care Insights series and invite you to become a regular viewer. Tanenbaum will regularly highlight an issue involving religion in health care settings, and provide ideas for how to address it. The current topic is end of life care and below you will find more information about the topic from our Medical School Curriculum. To stay informed about future topics, click here and check the box marked “Religion in Health Care.”
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“The Tanenbaum staff people exhibited the utmost professionalism and were cooperative and accommodating to Lutheran’s needs.”
“I heartily recommend the Tanenbaum Center to healthcare professionals looking to enhance their skills and to take their cultural competence efforts to the next level.”
“I am pleased to highly recommend this excellent new resource to clinicians, educators and administrators who are interested in the needs of our increasingly diverse population.”
“An excellent source of information for nurses, who are often instrumental in helping patients get their religious needs met.”