Dr. M. Jane Goleman - Part 1
What are misconceptions about Christianity you see in Medicine?
A conversation with Dr. M. Jane Goleman
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.
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