Tag: Tanenbaum Center For Interreligious Understanding

Six Simple Steps to Avoid the December Dilemma

By Joyce Dubensky, CEO, Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding The “December Dilemma” is coming. It’s that time of the year between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve, when multiple religious (and secular) holidays collide. It’s a time for celebration but also a time when people with good intentions often find themselves…

Survey: What American Workers Really Think About Religion

By Mark E. Fowler, Managing Director of Programs, Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding Many people think that religion is not something that “happens” in the workplace. But they are wrong. One-third of American workers—from evangelical Christians to atheists—have experienced or witnessed religious bias while on the job, according to a…

Video: Culturally Competent Patient CareReligion

Culturally Competent Patient Care—Religion Mark Fowler Managing Director of Programs Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding Judith Natale Sabino Diversity/Cultural Liaison Lehigh Valley Health Network More than 40 percent of patients make medical decisions based on religious beliefs but only 9 percent of physicians ask patients about their religious needs, according…