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This section describes the articles, books, references and other resources which are contained in the library of the Whole Person Health Trust. The search facility, which may be found on the Site Map page enables you to search the keywords and notes made about these resources.

No:
Title
Authors
Keywords
Notes
Ref Details
       
01.01
The Christian role in medicine BROWNE,S CMF 1980 p 11-16
01.02
A basis for medical ethics CROUCH, M Ethics CMF 1980, p 48-56
01.03
Miraculous healing EDMUNDS, V Healing, miracles CMF 1980 p 80-95
01.04
Medical treatment VERE, D Medicine and the Christian MInd - CMF 1980 p 80-95
01.05
The Scientific Basis of Whole Person Medicine McSHERRY, E Medical science, spirituality, whole-person JASA December 1983, pp217-224
01.06
The role of belief in healing WARNER, E Healing, faith, beliefs Can Med Assoc J. 1983
01.07
Divine Healing: the Christian view MARTIN, E. Healing, definition, whole-person Editorial reviewing Christian healing JRCGP 1986, vol 36, pp 3-5
01.09
The battle for our minds - issues affecting psychiatry and medicine today Anon Psychiatry 1990
01.10
Positive therapeutic effects of intercessory prayer in a coronary care unit BYRD, R.C. Prayer Southern Medical Journal 1988
01.11
Spirituality, healing and medicine ALDRIDGE, D. Illness, suffering, spirituality, GP BJGP 1991, vol 41, pp 425-427
01.12
Psychosocial predictors of physical illness: toward a holistic model of health BLOTCKY, A.D. and TITTLER, B.I. Health, wholistic, psycho-social Preventive Medicine 1982
01.13
Psychosocial factors mediating health risk: a balanced perspective CHESNEY, A.P.and GENTRY, W.D. Preventive Medicine 1982
01.14
Difficulties in the integration of psychosocial; and medical practices BROWN, H.N. and ZINBERG, N.E. Am J Psychiatry 1982
01.15
Holistic medicine: a cooperative enquiry HERON, J J of the Royal Soc of Medicine 1983
01.16
Doctor-patient relationships in general practice: a different model KUSHNER, T Doctor-patient relationships, GP J of Medical Ethics 1981
01.17
How patients perceive the role of hospital chaplains ELLIS, J.M., McMANUS, C and NEWTON, B.A. Chaplains, hospitals Quality in Health Care, 4, 1995 p 174-7
01.18
Christian values in medicine HORNER, J.S. J of Medical Ethics vol 20, 1994, p 133-4
01.19
Christian values in medicine HORNER, J.S. 1996 personal paper
01.20
Doctrine of man Anon "The Foundations of Christian Doctrine" 1985, p 121-130
02.01
Biblical Ethics MARSHALL, T 1985
02.02
Why am I not healed? RICHARDS, J Healing 1980
02.03
Powerful peace WEELE, van der, Theo 1990
02.04
The importance of forgiveness ATKINSON, D Forgiveness Third Way 1982
02.05
Forgiveness and personality development ATKINSON, D Forgiveness Third Way 1982
02.06
Embryo and foetus - inferences from scripture VERE, D Abortion CMF 1990
02.07
The interpretation of the Bible Anon 1980
02.08
Medicine - a healing or a dying art SMITH, B.H. and TAYLOR Healing BJGP 1996
02.09
Which Hippocratic Oath? NUTTON, V 1996
02.10
A Rational-Emotive model of assessment DIGIUSEPPE. R 1990
02.11
Disease and healing in the Hebrew scriptures BRYSON, Ross 1985
02.12
Life, Health and Salvation Anon Health 1990
02.13
Is Soul a concept useful to the practice of medicine? GRIFFITHS, T.N. Soul Holistic Medicine 1986
02.14
Health of the Whole Person: A Challenge to Christians BROWNE, S Wholeness, body, soul, spirit, humanism, holistic Duplicate in 03.05 London. 1985. Medical Missionary Association/ Christian Medical Fellowship
02.15
Healing - Biblical, Medical and Pastoral SCORER, C.G. Healing 1996
02.16
Human Nature: unitary of fragmented BOOTH, D Human nature, personhood 1995
02.17
Brains and persons JUDGE, S Personhood 1995
02.18
Minds and machines HOLDER, R 1995
02.19
The human mind - some insights from psychiatry BEER, D 1995
02.20
Dualism and the Bible BURR, A Dualism 1995
03.01
Prayer counselling attached to a general practice WYATT, J and PERERA, E Prayer, counselling, GP GP research sumposium 1990
03.02
The Quest for Health McGILVRAY, J.C. ed Health
03.03
Whole Person Medicine - A Christian Perspective CCHH Whole-person 1988
03.04
Whole Person Medicine - A Christian Perspective SHELDON, M.G. Whole-person My notes on paper 03.03 1988
03.05
Health of the whole person BROWNE, S.G.   Duplicated as 02.04 Booklet published by CMF
03.06
Death after bereavement McAVOY, B.R. Bereavement BMJ 1986
03.07
Dying well: moral challanges in terminal care HIGGS, R Terminal care 1985
03.08
The psychological way versus the Christian way LITCHFIELD, Bruce Psychology Personal notes from YWAM days
03.09
General Systems Theory - God, mind and science FAWCETT, Graham Systems theory Personal notes from YWAM days 1988
03.10
Philosophy and medicine LEDERMANN, E.K. Philosophy 1970
03.11
Medicine is more than science O'DONNELL, M 1995
03.12
Divine healing and the world of medicine Anon YWAM notes
03.13
Holistic medicine Anon YWAM notes
03.14
Psychological factors in the outcome of human cancer STAVRAKY, K.M. et al 1968
03.15
The nature of man in the light of modern scientific advances and of the Bible JEEVES, M.A.
03.16
Defining disease - classification must be distinguished from evaluation TOON, P.D. J Medical Ethics 1981
03.17
The 1980 Reith Lectures - some reactions BLACK, Sir D. and WILKES, E Responses to Ian Kennedy's Reith Lectures J Medical Ethics 1981
03.18
Unmasking or demythologising medicine? CARSON, R.A. J Medical Ethics 1981
03.19
Christian Ethics - an irrelevance or the salvation of medicine? HORNER, J.S. J Medical Ethics 1994
03.20
Caring and curing: a philosophy of medicine and social work DOWNIE, R.S. and TELFER, E Book review of this book by Ray Fitzpatrick J medical Ethics 1981
04.01
Cross Cultural Counselling SHELDON, M.G. Personal notes
04.02
Assessment in whole person medicine SHELDON, M.G. Personal notes
04.03
Measuring outcomes in whole person medicine SHELDON, M.G. Personal notes
04.04
Prayers for Healing - yes or no SHELDON, M.G. Personal notes
04.05
The Heart model in salvation and growth SHELDON, M.G. Personal notes
04.06
Illness - Blessing or Curse SHELDON, M.G. Personal notes
04.07
Casting out demons SHELDON, M.G. Personal notes
04.08
The Humanistic Manifesto SHELDON, M.G. Personal notes
5.01
The Human Side of Medicine EVANS, M.,
SWEENEY, K.
BMJGP Occasional Paper 76, April 1998
5.02
Pictures of the patient: Medicine, Science and Humanities EVANS, M. BMJGP Occasional Paper 76, April 1998,
pp 1 - 16
5.03
The Information Paradox SWEENEY, K. BMJGP Occasional Paper 76, April 1998,
pp 17 - 25
05.04
Towards a global definition of patient centred care STEWART, M. Patient centred The patient should be the judge of patient centred care BMJ 2001, vol 322, pp 444-445
05.05
Diagnosis and General Practice SUMMERTON, N Clinical decision making Making diagnoses in general practice BJGP (Dec 2000) 50, p 995-1000
05.10
Continuity of care - going out of style? HJORTDAHL, P. Doctor-patient relationship, continuity, care, integrated Editorial discussing the issue of continuity of care in Norway and the United Kingdom, discussing issues raised in the paper by Kearley (A0010)
05.13
Observational study of effect on patient centredness and positive approach on outcomes of general practice
consultations
LITTLE, P.et al Conclusion: Components of patient's perceptions can be measured reliably and predict different outcomes. If doctors don't provide a positive, patient centred approach patients will be less satisfied, less enabled, and may have greater symptom burden BMJ 2001, vol 323, pp 908 - 911
05.14
Preferences of patients for patient centred approach to consultation in primary care: an observational study LITTLE, P. et al Conclusion: Patients in Primary Care strongly want a patient centred approach, with communication, partnership, and health promotion. Doctors should be sensitive to patients who have a strong preference for patient-centredness BMJ 2001, vol 322, pp 468-472
       

 

 

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