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I. Living the Jesuit Mission: A Personal Reflection
III. The Vatican Response to Catholic Identity
IV. Early Jesuit Education
V. Ignatian Spirituality, the Spiritual Exercises, and Jesuit Education
VI. Towards a “Well-ordered” Plan: The Ratio Studiorum
VII. Contemporary Ignatian Pedagogy
VIII. Living the Jesuit Mission: Creighton University
IX. Living the Jesuit Mission: A Personal Reflection Continued
I. Introduction
II. The Jesuit Commitment to Faith and Justice— New in 1975
A. The Service of Faith
B. The Promotion of Justice
C. The Ministry of Education
III. A “Composition” of Our Time and Place
IV. American Jesuit Higher Education for Faith and Justice
A. Formation and Learning
B. Research and Teaching
C. Our Way of Proceeding
V. In Conclusion—an Agenda
II. The Turn toward Justice
III. The Poor in the Scriptures
V. Paying the Price
I. Signs of the Times
A. Connection between Social Ills and Illness
B. Cries to the Poor
C. Resurgence of Rugged Individualism
A. Biblical Justice
B. Relationship with a Person
C. Preferential Option for Community
II. Education for Justice in the Health Sciences
III. The Historical Origins of Jesuit Health Sciences
IV. Contemporary Health Sciences Education for Justice
V. Concluding Reflections
II. The Problem: Changing Attitudes
III. Premedical Education and Medical School Admissions
IV. Teaching Care for the Poor in Medical School
V. Conclusion
I. A Project Developed by Scranton’s Medical Alumni
II. The Experience of an Undergraduate Pre-Med Student
An Interdisciplinary, International Approach to Justice in Health
I. Justice and the Pre-Med Undergraduate Curriculum
II. A New Course: Just Health Care in Developing Nations
III. Food for Thought
II. The Nuts and Bolts
III. Structure and Schedule
IV. Written Assignments
I. The History of the ILAC Program
II. The Current ILAC Summer Program
I. Mission and Research
II. Background Information
III. The Study*
IV. The Results
V. Conclusions
I. The Background
II. The Web-Based Intervention Project
Survivors of Intimate Partner Abuse: A Nursing Research Project
I. Justice and Nursing Research
Researching the Health Status of the Rural Caregiver
I. Health in our Region
II. Planning a Medical School for Unity of Health and Development
III. The Beginnings—Vision and Mission
Forming Future Physicians: A Report from Belgium
20. Documents on Jesuit Health Care & Health Sciences Education
22. Index
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JESUIT HEALTH SCIENCES & THE PROMOTION OF JUSTICE (2004): The Ratio Studiorum. The Promotion of Justice. A Preferential Option for the Poor. Connection between Social Ills and Illness. Physicians for the Poor: The Role of Medical and Premedical Education. Teaching Medical Students about Vulnerable Patients...
JESUIT HEALTH SCIENCES & THE PROMOTION OF JUSTICE (2004): The Ratio Studiorum. The Promotion of Justice. A Preferential Option for the Poor. Connection between Social Ills and Illness. Physicians for the Poor: The Role of Medical and Premedical Education. Teaching Medical Students about Vulnerable Patients...

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