Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts, United States
Audrey studied at Wellesley College and received a Bachelor of Arts in 1963.
Columbia University, New York City, New York, United States
Audrey finished Columbia University with her Master of Arts in 1965 and Ph.D. in 1967.
Union Theological Seminary, New York, United States
Audrey studied at Union Theological Seminary, which she finished with her S.T.M. in 1991.
(The author expertly explores the integration of social de...)
The author expertly explores the integration of social determinants into the right to health along with the methodologies and findings of social medicine and epidemiology. The author goes on to challenge the way that health care is currently provided and makes the case that achieving universal health coverage will require fundamental health systems reforms.
(The Innovative Uses of Genetic Science in Human Medicine ...)
The Innovative Uses of Genetic Science in Human Medicine and health promotion are now provoking new ethical and religious concerns as well as raising hopes. As the public becomes increasingly aware of the scientific discoveries in the field of genetics - discoveries that appear at once promising and problematic - people are also beginning to ask important fundamental questions: What does this biological revolution have to do with religious beliefs and ethics? How should Christians interpret its significance?
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This volume brings together experts in the fields of information ethics and health care to explore the impactions of these challenges as they impact what kind of care will be available, who will receive health care, and how the care is monitored.
Audrey studied at Wellesley College and received a Bachelor of Arts in 1963. She also finished Columbia University with her Master of Arts in 1965 and Ph.D. in 1967. She studied at New York Theological Seminary and got her Master of Divinity in 1986 and at Union Theological Seminary, which she finished with her S.T.M. in 1991.
Audrey was ordained a minister of United Church of Christ in 1986. She worked as an instructor in political science at Barnard College, New York City, during 1966-67. Later, she worked at Columbia University, New York City as an assistant professor of political science during 1967-69.
Besides, Audrey moved to University of Ghana, Legon, where she held a position of a lecturer in political science and sociology during 1970-72. She worked at Ford Foundation, New York City as a consultant to Middle East Office during 1972-73 and as a consultant to Task Force on Women during 1974-75, consultant to International Division during 1975-77.
Audrey also was a director of Kenya Education Sector Analysis Program at U.S. Agency for International Development, during 1979-81. Then, she worked at United Church Board for World Ministries as a director of World Issues Office during 1981-90. From 1993 she was a liturgist at Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ.
She came back to Columbia University, where continued to work as a visiting scholar at Middle East Institute during 1973-74. Next year she began to work at the University of Nairobi as a visiting senior research fellow at the Institute for Development Studies.
She was an adjunct professor at New York Theological Seminary in 1986, at Wesley Theological Seminary in 1992 and 1993, at Andover Newton Theological Seminary in 1996, and at Georgetown University in 1996.
She has been on the faculty of the University of Connecticut School of Medicine since July 2006 when she assumed her current appointment as a Professor of Community Medicine and Healthcare and the Healey Chair in Medical Humanities and Medical Ethics.
(This volume brings together experts in the fields of info...)1997
(The author expertly explores the integration of social de...)1993
(The Innovative Uses of Genetic Science in Human Medicine ...)1994
Audrey was a member of American Theological Society, American Academy of Religion, Society for Christian Ethics, American Association of Bioethics and Humanities, Association for Politics and the Life Sciences.