Dr. M. Jane Goleman - Part 1


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What are misconceptions about Christianity you see in Medicine?

A conversation with Dr. M. Jane Goleman

Episode Description:

Our next guest on the Walk is Dr. M. Jane Goleman. Dr. Goleman is a Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and a member of the Section of Ambulatory Pediatrics at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She received her medical degree from OSU in 1982, and a second doctoral degree from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in 2010. Dr. Goleman’s clinical interest is in primary care, ADHD, and doctor-patient communication and its impact on health outcomes. Dr. Goleman has decades of experience in academic medicine, but also has decades of experience as a spiritual mentor to medical students at OSU. Physicians now practicing across the country would attribute much of their personal growth to Dr. Goleman’s guidance in their lives; she has long been known for both her wisdom and her care. Without further ado, our interview with Dr. M. Jane Goleman.

In Part 1 of our interview with Dr. Goleman, we ask her what misconceptions about Christianity she sees in Medicine and what is most important to understand about the Christian message.

Episode Notes:

  • You can learn more about Dr. M. Jane Goleman here.

  • Dr. Goleman speaks about some of the most important elements of the Christian story. For further reading about what Christianity is all about and why it makes sense of our world, check out Simply Christian by biblical scholar N.T. Wright.

The Walk is a production of The Thompson Institute, a program of Cru at Ohio State
Produced by Aaron Badenhop & Jordan Browning
Edited by Seth Costello & Lukas Moreland
Music by Jordan Browning
Special thanks to Dr. M Jane Goleman