Posts Tagged ‘Ken Wallston’

Sarratt Gallery exhibition examines bioethical dilemmas brought on by medical technology

November 1, 2011

In August, the New York Times Magazine reported on the rapid rise of pregnancy reduction – not the accepted reduction of multiple fetuses, but on the rising number of women electing to reduce a twin pregnancy to that of a single fetus.

Improving health through expressive writing

April 28, 2003

A series of studies at The Vanderbilt School of Nursing are examining whether expressive writing sessions can make a difference in emotional and physical health of patients with chronic illnesses- specifically patients with HIV, diabetes, and people looking for a way to stop smoking. Ken Wallston, PhD, Professor of Psychology in the School of Nursing,…