The Initiative in Theology, Medicine, and Culture draws on university and community talent and resources to pioneer new, transformative, and theologically-informed configurations of medicine that can serve as models for medicine’s moral and spiritual renewal within our larger culture. Programs engage scholars, clergy, clinicians, and faith communities in pursuit of new models for medicine’s moral and spiritual renewal within our larger culture.
TMC Fellows Program
The Theology, Medicine, and Culture (TMC) Fellowship at Duke Divinity School aims to encourage theological formation among those with vocations to health care. It is open to students and practitioners in any of the health professions, as well as to others whose vocations and aspirations involve full-time work in health related contexts (e.g. hospital administrators, chaplains, and public health workers). More »
Certificate in Theology, Medicine, and Culture
The Certificate in Theology, Medicine, and Culture prepares students to engage theologically with contemporary practices in medicine and healthcare. Students in any residential degree program (M.Div., M.T.S., M.A.C.S., Th.M., Th.D.) can pursue the certificate, and it is designed for students preparing for an array of vocations, including pastors who want preparation to faithfully visit the sick; chaplains; social workers academics; and healthcare practitioners who wish to understand their vocations and how they engage their patients within a theological context. More »
TMC Seminar Series
In collaboration the Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities & History of Medicine, these seminars are regular gathering of faculty, fellows, students, and others interested in the intersection of theology, medicine and culture. Formats include clinical case discussions, invited speakers, colloquia for student research, and discussion of seminal books and articles.
Humanities track in Theology, Medicine and Culture for third-year Duke medical students.