Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Searching for the Soul of Health Care 5/19

Carly Yuenger

Thomas Moore broadens the discussion of health care on today's show. His 1992 book, Care of the Soul, was a New York Times bestseller and his new book, Care of the Soul in Medicine, couldn't be better timed.

What dimensions of health care won't be changed by government reform? Is our culture lacking a belief system to cope with illness? What cultures and beliefs can we use to fill the gap? Have you experienced illness as a right of passage?

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1 comment:

Editor said...

Listeners interested in the views expressed by Thomas Moore during this program, and his views about other topics, may want to visit Barque, a blog dedicated to Moore's work at It links to Moore's Facebook and Twitter accounts for updates about his involvement with this timely subject.