Research on Spirituality, Religion, and Health at MUSC
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King DE. Spirituality, health, and medical care of adults. South Med J 2006; 99(10):1166-1167.
King DE, Crisp JR. Case Discussion: do not neglect the spiritual history. South Med J 2007; 100(4): 426.
Player M, Mainous AG III, King DE, Geesey M. Psychosocial factors and progression from prehypertension to hypertension or coronary artery disease. Annals of Family Medicine, in press.
King DE, Cummings D, Whetstone L. Attendance at religious services and subsequent mental health in midlife women. IJPM 2005; 35(3): 287-297.
L and Keller, A. At the Close of Day: a Person-Centered Guidebook to End-of-Life
Care. 2003. A straightforward guide for patients, families, and caregivers
that covers the practical, medical, spiritual and emotional issues surrounding
death in modern society.
Ordering info at: www.atthecloseofday.com
King DE, Pearson W. Religious attendance and continuity of care. Int J Psychiatry in Med. 2003; 33(4): 377-389.
King DE, Wells BJ. End of life issues and spiritual histories. Southern Med J 2003; 96(4): 391-393.
King DE, Blue AV, Mallin R, Thiedke C. Implementation and assessment of a spiritual history taking curriculum in the first year of medical school. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2004; 16(1): 64-68.
King DE. Publication in the field of spirituality, religion, and medicine: an uphill battle? South Med J. 2004;97(12):1150-1.
Hunter M, King DE. (Chapter) Non-hormonal, psychological, and spiritual facets of menopause. In: Handbook of Health for Mid-Life Women, Cambridge University Press, in press.
King DE, Hunter MH, Harris J (Book). Finding Hope in the Mid-life: Dealing with the Psychological and Spiritual Aspects of Menopause. New York, Haworth Press, in press.
King DE, Mainous AG, Pearson W.
C-reactive protein, diabetes, and attendance at religious services. Diabetes
Care 2002, 25: 1172-1176.
Oexmann MJ, Thomas JC, Taylor KB, Garvey WT, O’Neil PM, Lackland DT, and Egan BM. Short-term impact of a church-based approach to lifestyle change on cardiovascular risk in African Americans. Ethnicity and Disease 10(1):17-23, 2000.
Oexmann MJ, Ascanio R, and Egan BM. Efficacy of a church-based intervention on cardiovascular risk reduction. Ethnicity and Disease Suppl. 11: 817-822, 2001.
Silvestri GA. Importance of faith on medical decisions regarding cancer care. J. Clin. Oncol. 21(7): 1379-1382, 2003.
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