Sophia and ATMA's first annual Symposium on Religion in Medicine is an opportunity to discuss and learn about issues related to religion in medicine. There will be free food! Please join us for dinner and conversation. [Go to 2004 Symposium]
Tables will be available throughout the forum for information exchange - please feel free to bring any brochures or information relating to Religious Therapeutics, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, or Integrative Medicine that you'd like to share with others. If you or your organization would like to participate in the open forum, please contact us. For more information, email Dr. Jerome Bauer at JeromBauer@aol.com, or call 314-725-1470.
Feel free to attend any and all sessions of interest. We will adhere to the schedule posted on the right, so that you may plan accordingly.
Sponsored by Sophia: The Religious Studies Discussion Club and the ATMA Hindu Students Association. Funded by Student Union. Sophia gratefully acknowledges support from the Religious Studies Program and the College of Arts and Sciences of Washington University in St. Louis.
The opinions of the speakers are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the organizers or sponsors, who do not endorse any system of religious or medical belief or practice.
Monday, March 24, 6-10 pm, Mudd Residential Hall, Conference Rooms A and B
Tuesday, March 25, 6-10 pm at Ursa's Fireside Lounge