Dennis O’Hara is the director of the Elliott Allen Institute for Theology and Ecology at the University of St. Michael’s College and an assistant professor of ethics and eco-theology at St. Michael’s Faculty of Theology. He has been actively involved in exploring and resolving integrative health care issues, having worked with Health Canada’s Natural Health Products Directorate, the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Issues in Undergraduate Medical Education project, and the World Health Organization. He was a co-investigator in the Canadian Interdisciplinary Network for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine Research. O’Hara has spoken at professional and academic gatherings in Canada, the United States, and Europe, on eco-theology, health care ethics, and the spiritual dimensions of human health.
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