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Shari Falkenheimer, MD, MPH, MA (Bioethics), PhD

Associate Director

Dr. Shari Falkenheimer received her MD from the State University of New York Upstate Medical University, her MPH from Harvard School of Public Health, an MA in Bioethics and a PhD in Educational Studies from Trinity International University. Her 40 years as a medical professional have focused primarily on medical leadership, administration, teaching and applied research. CMDA played an important role in helping her through her medical school years and continues to be a major source of encouragement and fellowship for her. She loves to teach and throughout her adult life has been involved as a volunteer in student ministry, especially with international students. She loves interacting with her colleagues, both graduate healthcare professionals and students, in the Capital District region of New York State.

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Related Publications :

  • Medical Ethics Education in the U.S. and Around the World
  • Falkenheimer, Sharon A. 2016. “Equipping Healthcare Professionals to Care for the Whole Person.” Christian Journal of Global Health 3 (2):129–33.
  • Smith, James D, Roger P Holland, J Dwight Phillips, and Sharon A Falkenheimer. 2016. “Mobilizing and Training Academic Faculty for Medical Mission: Current Status and Future Directions.” Christian Journal for Global Health 3 (2):168–75.
  • Falkenheimer, Sharon A. 2017. “Restoring Wholeness to Healthcare: An International, Qualitative Study of the Value, Use, and Impact of Whole Person Medicine Training.” PhD, Deerfield, IL: Trinity International University.
  • Falkenheimer, Sharon A. 2017. “Benefits of Whole Person Medicine Training.” PRIME International Email, June 2017.