JOURNAL ON EVIDENCE-BASED RESEARCH IN SPIRITUAL CARE (working title)

The Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare is currently in the process of creating a Journal for evidence-based Spirituality.

This quarterly peer-reviewed Journal will contain original scholarly articles, research study findings, and images documenting the efficacy of Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) and Practices (SBPs) to deliver health benefits across a wide variety of health concerns. 

While the central focus of the Journal will be to publish the Institute’s original research documenting Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs), it will also publish reviews, opinions, and other content relevant to those interested in a contemporary health model that integrates spirituality and healthcare.

This Journal will be the official publication of the Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare, an auxiliary of DSP Princeton, NJ, and will invite scholars in research, academia, healthcare, and other relevant sectors to contribute to its ongoing literary catalog.

Philanthropists and partners interested in supporting or underwriting this Journal may contact the Development Office

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