Why Christian Healthcare Professionals Need Encouragement, Education, and Equipping for Today's Moral Climate...

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Dimming of the Light

Fewer than one in 10 Americans talk about God, faith, religion or spirituality even once a week (8%)—and only an additional 15 percent do so once a month. In fact, the average Christian adult says they only have about one spiritual conversation a year.

[Barna Group, 2018]

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More Unethical Healthcare Behaviors

In a decade-long study, nearly all instances (280 cases) showed repeated occurrences (97%) of intentional wrongdoing. 99% of instances were by males in nonacademic medical settings and 90% of them with a selfish motive such as financial gain or sex.

[PubMed, 2019]

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Physician Burnout & Stress Epidemic

42 percent of all physicians reported high levels of burnout, with 15 percent experiencing some level of colloquial or clinical depression. 5 percent of those surveyed admitted the stress caused them to make errors that cause harm to their patients.

[Medscape, 2020]

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Increased Fear of Malpractice Laswsuits

84.7 percent of physicians have over-prescribed, over-treated or un-necessarily ordered unneeded tests as a result of their increased fears of malpractice accusations.

[Johns Hopkins, 2017]

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