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Dr. James Duffy

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Local Address:  Victoria , Australia
Warrnambool Toyota
Princes Hwy Warrnambool
Princes Hwy Warrnambool , Victoria 3280
Australia

Company Description: Warrnambool Toyota was established on the existing site in 1987. Our directors, Garry and Rebecca Askew purchased the dealership in March 1990. Several of the...   more
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  • M.D.
  • University of Rhodesia
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Meet the Warrnambool Toyota Team - Warrnambool Toyota
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asked neuropsychiatrist James ...
www.postbulletin.com, 5 Jan 2008 [cached]
asked neuropsychiatrist James Duffy, president and CEO of the Institute of Religion and Health in Houston.
Cover America Tour
www.coveramericatour.org, 27 June 2008 [cached]
It is written by James Duffy, M.D., director of the Institute for Religion and Health at the Texas Medical Center.
Institute for Religion and Health: Staff Directory
www.religionandhealth.org, 1 Dec 2007 [cached]
James Duffy M.D. Ch.B. F.A.N.P.A.President/CEOJDuffy@tmh.tmc.edu
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Jim Duffy was born in Liverpool, England on March 4, 1956.He considers himself most fortunate to have grown up in richly diverse ethnic environments.As a young boy he moved with his family to South Yemen where his father was stationed as a physician with the Royal Airforce during the period of the "Suez crisis".Although he cannot remember much of his time in the Middle East, Jim does believe that it probably accounts for his passion for spicy foods.The family eventually returned to England but soon decided to emigrate to what was then Southern Rhodesia . It was here that Jim spent most of his formative years and witnessed the turmoil wrought by civil war.Following his medical education at he University of Rhodesia, Jim spent several years working as a physician in independent Zimbabwe.Following this he obtained further postgraduate training in internal medicine and diagnostic radiology in South Africa at the University of Cape Town.
Driven by a desire to further understand the experiences of his patients, Jim decided to pursue training in psychiatry and immigrated to the United States in 1985 where he completed a residency in adult psychiatry at Brown University.Following his residency training, and eager to expand his understanding of human behavior, Jim completed fellowships in neuropsychiatry at Harvard and Brown and then accepted a faculty appointment at Brown where he initiated a clinical neuropsychiatry program.His major areas of academic interest in neuropsychiatry have been frontal lobe functioning, disorders of motivation and Huntington's disease.In addition, he has edited texts and has published widely on medical history, bioethics and medical education.
Jim has been on the faculty at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine since 1996 where he is Head of the Division of Medical Psychiatry and Palliative Medicine.He has become increasingly active in palliative medicine and was a founding member and chairman of the Connecticut Coalition to Improve End-of-Life Care.He has received several grants to support his research in end-of-life care, including two grants from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.In addition to his work with patients and families, Jim has developed a professional renewal program for physicians and runs workshops for healthcare providers intended to help them recapture the meaning in their work.In 2001, he was awarded a Kornfield Foundation Fellowship to support his work in the area of physician wellness as well as to support his study of the wisdom foundations of healing.
Jims spiritual tradition is Tibetan Buddhism.Over the years he has been fortunate enough to receive teachings from remarkable Tibetan teachers.He is repeatedly inspired by the spirit of the Tibetan refugees he has met and worked with in the refugee camps of India.Jim is currently working on a book that describes the spiritual and personal development of the healer.The text draws heavily on the ancient perennial wisdom that underlies the healing experience.
In addition to his role at the Institute for Religion and Health, Dr. Duffy is Medical Director of the Institute for Palliative Medicine at The Methodist Hospital.In this capacity, he is working to develop innovative inter-disciplinary models for providing compassionate and effective care for patients and families coping with incurable medical conditions.
Dr. Duffy is Professor of Psychiatry in Public Health at the Weill Cornell College of Medicine.
Treatment Center - Professional Staff
www.sierratucson.com, 14 Jan 2012 [cached]
James Duffy, M.D., FANPA, FAAHPM, DABMA Psychiatrist, Chief of Integrative Medicine
Dr. James Duffy is a graduate of the University of Rhodesia and completed his residency in Psychiatry at Brown University. He then completed Fellowships in Neuropsychiatry at Brown and Harvard. Dr. Duffy has held full professorships at Cornell, University of Texas, and University of Connecticut. He is an elected Fellow of the American Neuropsychiatric Association and also the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Prior to joining Sierra Tucson in July 2010, Dr. Duffy was Professor of Psychiatry at M.D.
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Dr. Duffy is Board-certified in adult psychiatry, psychosomatic medicine, integrative medicine, and medical acupuncture. He has been voted a "Best Doctor in America" since 2001 and has received commendations for his patient advocacy work. He has co-edited four medical textbooks and authored numerous scientific publications in neuropsychiatry, palliative medicine, psychosomatic medicine, and the medical humanities. Dr. Duffy has developed innovative contemplative approaches to health and healing and is invited to lecture nationally and internationally. Dr. Duffy was attracted to Sierra Tucson by the opportunity to be part of an organization that provides a truly unique model of care which incorporates leading-edge clinical neuroscience along with compassionate and effective integrative approaches to support health, healing, and flourishing.
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