Rabbi Address’ recent keynote remarks at the Lown Institute conference have been republished as a commentary in the “Views and Reviews” section of the prestigious BMJ, formerly the British Medical Journal.
Entitled “Medicine: a partnership of trust and faith,” Rabbi Address’ commentary argues the importance of the spiritual dimension to healthcare.
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