Barbara A. Elliott

Professor

Patient Care

Private practice: Hospital chaplain (on-call)
St. Mary’s Medical Center, Duluth

Research

Qualitative and quantitative research that investigates:

  • Justice issues in the delivery of health care
    access to care for the underserved, especially pregnant, parenting and street involved youth (teenlifecenter.com)
    access to care for American Indians including ELSI, genetics, and doctor-patient communication
    medical decisions at end of life
  • Spirituality in health and health care

Education

  • 1969 – BA degree (German and International Relations), University of Minnesota Minneapolis
  • 1976 – MA degree (Educational Psychology), University of Minnesota Minneapolis
  • 1983 – PhD degree (Sociology / Medical & Family), University of Minnesota Minneapolis
  • 2004 – CPE, SMDC, Duluth, MN

Teaching

  • Course Director for Medical Ethics
  • Violence as a Health Issue
  • Spirituality and Health Care
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