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ETHICS IN MEDICINE   University of Washington School of Medicine
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Spirituality and Medicine:
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1. Gallup, G. Religion in America---50 years, 1935-1985. The Gallup Report. Princeton, NJ, Princeton Religion Research Center, 1985.

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2. Maugans TA, Wadland WC. Religion and family medicine: a survey of physicians and patients. Journal of Family Practice, 1991;32: 210-213.

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3. Psychiatrists' viewpoints on religion and their services to religious institutions and the ministry. American Psychiatric Association Task Force Report 10, Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association, 1975.

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4. King DE, Bushwick B. Beliefs and attitudes of hospital inpatients about faith, healing and prayer. Journal of Family Practice 1994;39: 349-352.

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5. Maugans TA, Wadland WC. Religion and family medicine: A survery of physicians and patients. Journal of Family Practice. 1991;32: 210-213.

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6. Vanderpool, HY, Levin JS. Religion and Medicine: How are they Related? Journal of Religion and Health. 1990; 29: 9-17.

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7.Maugans TA. The SPIRITual History. Archives of Family Medicine. 1996;5: 11-16.

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8.Olive KE. Physician religious beliefs and the physician-patient relationship. Southern Medical Journal. 1995;88: 1249-1255.

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9. Foster DW. Religion and Medicine: The Physician's Perspective. Health/Medicine and the Faith Traditions. Marty, M.E., Vaux, K.L., editors, Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 1982, pp. 245-270.

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