Award recipient embraces faith and science.
Allem described the award as honoring a person who "... through their research, teaching, writing, or service demonstrates that both the power of spirituality and religion and the power of medicine are important to the prevention, intervention and treatment of alcoholism and other drug addiction." The establishment of the award coincides with the Johnson Institute's recent launch of an effort to help faith organizations address alcohol and drug problems in their communities.
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|Title Annotation:||Of Note; James B. Nelson; Johnson Institute|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jul 1, 2004|
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