Loma Linda University

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David Taylor, DMin
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Lecture
 
9/2008 - 1/2010 Orientation to Religion and Medicine
RELR 701 is a course tailored to assist the first year medical student on the path to spiritual formation as future physicians.
3/2006 - 6/2006 Medicine, Humanity and God
RELT 707 is a course designed to investigate the meaning of medicine, humanity and God conceptually and experientially so that the student may better understand the role of the Christian physician in the 21st century.
1/2006 - 3/2006 Medicine, Humanity and God
RELT 707 is a course designed to investigate the meaning of medicine, humanity and God conceptually and experientiallty so that the student may better understand the role of the Christian physician in the 21st century.
9/2005 - 12/2005 Adventist Heritage and Health
RELT 718-1 is a Biblical/historical study into the health principles and practices found in contemporary adventism.
9/2005 Christian Ethics;Health Care
RELE 457-155 (6 hrs a day) is an intensive geared for small group interaction to challenge the students to evaluate their values by utilizing the decision making process to resolve dilemmas as health care professionals practicing the principles of health care ethics in society today.
9/2005 Christian Ethics;Health Care
RELE 457-155 (6 hrs a day) is an intensive geared for small group interaction to challenge the students to evaluate their values by utilizing the decision making process to resolve dilemmas as health care professionals practicing the principles of health care ethics in society today.
3/2005 - 6/2005 Seminar In Clinical Ministry
RELR 694-1 (3)is a practics seminar where the student is encouraged to understand other cultures as they prepare for service. They visit worship and funeral services and conduct interviews when appropriate to share their experience with the group for reflection. The student is also exposed to successful ministries through current articles and books. Guest presenters share their effective methodological principles in ministries that reach and bring healing to those who are hurting.
1/2005 - 3/2005 Christian Dentist In Community
RELR 715-3 (2) is a course where the senior dental student is exposed to different community, and civic organizations,cultures,religious,and health care (dental)professionals who share how to effectively serve the communities where the prospective dentist may practice. Public speaking techniques and personality testing challenge the student to become an effective communicator and to subjectively understand one's self.The student is exposed to principles for strengthening the family of the health care person and those whom they serve.
9/2004 - 12/2004 Adventist Heritage and Health
RELT 718=1 (2) is a course tracing the historical,philosphical,theological and health journey of the Seventh-Day Adventist legacy and the rationale for its view of people as the temple of God and its influence on the health perspectives today as practiced in Adventist's health care institutions.
7/2004 - 8/2004 God and Human Suffering
RELF 416-2 (2) is a course investigating the theodicy question in reference to an almighty,powerful, and loving God.Why do God's people suffer? Why do we have suffering in a world where God is in "control?" A chapter by chapter discussion of the book of Job is discussed indepth and the Jobian experience is bridged to our contemporary setting for practical purposes.
3/2004 - 6/2004 Christian Ethics and Health Care
RELE 457-3 is a course designed to investigate one's sources of values and how it impacts one's decision-making as a health care professional when facing ethical dilemmas. The decision making process inculcating the health care principles are used to resolve the issue at hand.
3/2004 - 6/2004 Christian Ethics and Health Care
RELE 457 This is a course investigating one's sources of values and how it impacts one's decision making in ethical dilemmas as health care professionals facing contemporay issues. Emphasis is placed on the decision making process and health care principles.
3/2004 - 5/2004 Medicine,Humanity and God
RELF 707-2 is a course investigating the call of the health care professional to medicine and that it is a ministry to serve humanity as Jesus did as the Master Physician. As Jesus revealed the Father so to must the professional health care person in service to others
6/2003 - 10/2003 The Gospel of John
RELT 419 The Gospel of John is a textual study of this non-synoptic book and its value to the professional health care person serving contemporary society.
9/2001 Christian Ethics and Health Care
Studying the current issues in health care and using ethical health care principles to resolve them as health care professionals.
Interactive Teaching
 
1/2005 - 3/2005 Directed Study (RELE 499-1)
This was a Directed Study with a nursing student who was interested in additional insights on "pain Management. She contacted me every two weeks for our sessions to reflect on her cases with her patients in a hospital in Florida. She researched journal articles and compared what she found in her on job experience.Her research was personal in that she included her patients in her findings and the theory was profitable because she internalized some of the principles from the articles on the job.
1/2005 - 3/2005 Directed Study(RELR 499-2
This Directed Study with a nursing student focused on the importance of the health care professional's growth professionally and spiritually through "Journaling" and how it can impact the professional's service to the patient.The student interviewed her patients,chronicaled the interview and we did reflections on her contact and the "praxis" of her nursing ministry. Her daily contact with her was a growing experience for me as her professor.The importance of interaction is vital in helping the patient in restoration to health.