The Medical Manual for Religio-Cultural Competence is a comprehensive guide to eleven major world religions and how their beliefs and practices influence your patients’ health care decisions. Use this book to improve patient-centered care and cultural competence in your practice. The Medical Manual is available for purchase in print, eBook, and digital download versions.
Written by Tanenbaum and vetted with experts in religion and medicine, The Medical Manual details how religious traditions and practices affect medical decisions in eleven major world religions – Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, Shinto, Traditional Chinese, American Indian & Alaska Natives, Afro-Caribbean, and The Bahá’í Faith.
With a wealth of tips and tools for your practice, it’s more than just a simple text: it’s a comprehensive guidebook and user-friendly workbook all in one.
Download the table of contents to see the breadth of what The Medical Manual offers.