MISSION & INITIATIVES
DSP College of Sacred Surgeons, Princeton, NJ, (COSS), was founded in 2015 to meet four underserved needs:
2.) to educate the lay public, media, and healthcare industry on the new evidence redefining the efficacy of mind-body-spirit practices to deliver tangible health and anti-aging benefits;
3.) to train healthcare professionals, chaplains, and physicians enrolled at DSP College of Sacred Surgeons to perform Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) to deliver rapid relaxation, immediate healing, rehabilitative, anti-aging, and non-invasive aesthetic health benefits.
4.) to advance the integration of Spiritually-Based Interventions and Practices into healthcare to deliver improved health outcomes and satisfaction.
COSS’s state-of-the-art facility contains Research and Training Wings that house the Hall of Sacred Surgeons lecture hall, Fellows Training Laboratory, Sacred Surgery Theater and its Observation Deck, Experiential Learning Studio, Clinic for Compassionate Care, Conference Room, Sanctuary, and College Store.
The College of Sacred Surgeons, located within Disciples Seminary Princeton’s campus at Carnegie Center, was made possible through support to our 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization provided by Fortune 50 medical and pharmaceutical corporations interested in augmenting modern medicine with evidence-based complementary modalities that have demonstrated promise to deliver improved health and satisfaction. Pioneering Research Studies were made possible by philanthropic support provided by heirs of Johnson & Johnson and Tylenol.
COSS’s faculty, health, spiritual, legal, and advisory boards, along with its board of trustees, are comprised of an interdisciplinary team of scholars, scientists, physicians, chaplains, and business and legal professionals with decades of experience in the non-profit and for-profit sectors.
The established initiatives to advance the mission of DSP College of Sacred Surgeons are threefold: to conduct evidence-based research, to educate the public and healthcare professionals, and to develop and provide advanced training for healthcare professionals enrolled at DSP College of Sacred Surgeons.
Research: To conduct frontier evidence-based research to determine and document the efficacy of integrating Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) into healthcare to deliver improved health outcomes across a wide array of health concerns. Preliminary case and observational studies to date, conducted under the supervision of Harvard-trained scientists and Board-Certified physicians from the U.S., U.K., and Europe, have evaluated the efficacy of advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs) developed at the College of Sacred Surgeons, to be efficacious in delivering measurable and immediate healing, rehabilitative, and aesthetic health benefits. Future research studies are required to further knowledge and understanding, and discover new applications where advanced Spiritually-Based Intervention (SBI)s may be efficacious in improving health. Support Future Research
Education: COSS conducts presentations available to the public, healthcare professionals, and the media, on scientific breakthroughs, discoveries, and the new evidence that is redefining the efficacy of integrating Spiritually-Based Interventions into care to deliver improved health outcomes. Current Educational Events for Laypersons, Public & Media
Training: To meet the unmet need of training healthcare professionals to integrate advanced Spiritually-Based Interventions into modern healthcare, to deliver improved health outcomes and satisfaction. Testing, Examining & Certifying: In addition to training, the College maintains a board of examiners comprised of physicians, scientists, and chaplains from the U.S., U.K., and Europe, test and exam students and Fellows in ethics and their efficacy in the science and art of delivering Spiritually-Based Interventions. Support Training Programs
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