Table of contents for Jesuit health sciences and the promotion of justice : an invitation to a discussion / Jos V.M. Welie & Judith Lee Kissell, editors.

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1. Jos Welie & Judith Lee Kissell A Matter of Identity: The Role of Jesuit Health Sciences Centers toward the Promotion of Justice. ....................................................................... 
PART I: THE QUEST FOR IDENTITY 
2. Kirk Peck A Historical Perspective on Jesuit Higher Education and a Personal Reßection of a Physical Therapy Professor.................................................. 
I. Living the Jesuit Mission: A Personal Reßection .................................
II. A Short History of the Mission Debate in Catholic Higher Education ........................................................................................................ 
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 Ration Studiorum......................
VII. Contemporary Ignatian Pedagogy ...................................................
VIII. Living the Jesuit Mission: Creighton University .............................
IX. Living the Jesuit Mission: A Personal Reßection Continued..............
3. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, SJ The Service of Faith and the Promotion of Justice in American Jesuit Higher Education .................................................................................. Introduction .......................................................................................... 
I. 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 .............................................................
II. A "Composition" of Our Time and Place ...........................................
 III. American Jesuit Higher Education for Faith and Justice....................
 A. Formation and Learning .................................................................
 B. Research and Teaching....................................................................
 C. Our Way of Proceeding .................................................................
IV. In Conclusion-an Agenda...............................................................
4. Thomas Massaro, SJ A Preferential Option for the Poor: Historical and Theological Founda
tions.......................................................................................................
I. Introduction .......................................................................................
II. The Turn Toward Justice ....................................................................
III. The Poor in the Scriptures ................................................................
 IV. A Case Study in Institutionalizing an Option for the Poor: The Jesuits of Latin America................................................................................ 
 V. Paying the Price..................................................................................
VI. The Task Ahead: Applying the Lessons of this Case Study to US Health Care and Health Sciences Systems .............................................. 
PART II: JUSTICE AS THE HALLMARK OF JESUIT HEALTH SCIENCES EDUCATION 
5. Walter Burghardt, SJ Biblical Justice and "The Cry of the Poor": Jesuit Medicine and the Third Millennium.................................................................................. 
I. Signs of the Times ..............................................................................
A. Connection between Social Ills and Illness......................................
B. Cries to the Poor.............................................................................
C. Resurgence of Rugged Individualism..............................................
 II. Jesuit Medicine for a Third Millennium.............................................
 A. Biblical Justice ................................................................................
 B. Relationship with a Person..............................................................
 C. Preferential Option for Community ...............................................
6. Jos Welie "For Whom and For What?" Education and Research in the Medical and Dental Health Sciences .................................................................. 
I. Introduction .......................................................................................
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 Reßections ......................................................................
VI. Acknowledgment .............................................................................
7. William E. Stempsey, SJ Forming Physicians for the Poor: The Role of Medical and Premedical Education ............................................................................................... 
I. Introduction .......................................................................................
II. The Problem: Changing Attitudes......................................................
III. Premedical Education and Medical School Admissions.....................
 IV. Teaching Care for the Poor in Medical School...................................
 V. Conclusion.........................................................................................
PART III: EXAMPLES 
8. Rachel Bognet A Service Mission to Haiti Sponsored by the Medical Alumni Council... 
I. A Project developed by Scranton's Medical Alumni.............................
II. The Experience of an Undergraduate Pre-Med Student......................
9. Frank Bernt & Peter Clark 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 .............................................................................
1. 10. Miriam Schulman Experiencing Ethics: Undergraduate Community-Based Learning in a Local Acute Care Hospital ..................................................................... 
2. 11. Judith Lee Kissell Teaching Medical Students about Vulnerable Patients: A Course Example..................................................................................................... 
I. Introduction .......................................................................................
II. The Nuts and Bolts ............................................................................
III. Structure and Schedule .....................................................................
. IV. Written Assignments .........................................................................
. V. Conclusion.........................................................................................
12. Frank Ayers Creighton's Institute for Latin American Concern: A Unique Opportunity to Provide Dental Care to an Under served Population ................... 
I. The History of the ILAC Program ......................................................
II. The Current ILAC Summer Program.................................................
14. Robin Y. Wood Bringing Preventive Health Care to a Forgotten Population: A Nursing Research Project about Breast Cancer Screening among Older Black and White Women................................................................................. 
I. Mission and Research .........................................................................
II. Background Information....................................................................
III. The Results.......................................................................................
IV. Conclusions......................................................................................
14. Rosanna DeMarco & Anne Norris Women's Voices Women's Lives: A Web-Based HIV Prevention Film Project ............................................................................................ 
I. The Background .................................................................................
II. The Web-Based Intervention Project..................................................
15. Marylou Yam Survivors of Intimate Partner Abuse: A Nursing Research Project ........... 
I. Justice and Nursing Research .............................................................
II. The Proposed Study: An Intervention to Increase Self-EfÞcacy and Health Promotion Behaviors and Decrease Depression among Women Who Have Experienced Intimate Partner Abuse .................................... 
16. Julie Sanford Researching the Health Status of the Rural Caregiver.............................. 
PART IV: ADMINISTRATIVE COMMENTARIES 
17. Fortunato Cristobal Toward Unity for Health in Medical Education: A Case from the Philippines ................................................................................................... 
I. Health in our Region..........................................................................
II. Planning a Medical School for Unity of Health and Development ..... 
III. The Beginnings-Vision and Mission ..............................................
1. 18. Andre Piront, SJ Forming Future Physicals: A Report from Belgium................................. 
2. 19. F. Daniel Davis The Jesuit Medical School and its Leadership Role in Healing Medical Education .............................................................................................. 
PART V: APPENDICES 
1. 20. Documents on Jesuit Health Care and Health Sciences Education .......
2. 21. Contributors........................................................................................
3. 22. Index....................................................................................................

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medical sciences -- Study and teaching.
Medical ethics.
Jesuits -- Education.
Christianity and justice -- Catholic Church.
Medicine -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church.
Catholic Church -- Doctrines.
Education, Medical.
Religion and Medicine.
Christianity.