Letter in response to Biomedical Services Fit Amongst People with Relational Worldviews





Clinical Trial, Evidence-Based Medicine, Worldview, Story


Providentially we have the very first clinical trial in recorded history as part of the Christian story

Author Biography

William Edward Cayley, University of Wisconsin

Bill Cayley Jr., MD, MDiv, practices at the Augusta Family Medicine Clinic, teaches at the Eau Claire Family Medicine Residency, and is a Professor in the University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine. Professional interests include Medical Missions & Global Health, Evidence-Based Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, and Diabetes.


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How to Cite

Cayley, W. E. (2023). Letter in response to Biomedical Services Fit Amongst People with Relational Worldviews. Christian Journal for Global Health, 10(1), 53–55. https://doi.org/10.15566/cjgh.v10i1.745