Conscience in Healthcare: 2019
Key Findings: 2019 Survey
- Faith-based health professionals need conscience protections to ensure their continued medical practice.
- Conscience-driven health professionals care for all patients.
- Religious professionals overwhelmingly support a biological—not ideological--definition of sex.
- Religious health professionals face rampant discrimination.
- Access for poor and medically under-served patient populations depends on conscience protections.
Heart and Mind Strategies conducted the 2019 nationwide poll for Freedom2Care and the Christian Medical Association on the impact of conscience protections on faith-based U.S. healthcare professionals.
- Key Findings
- Policy Findings
- Question Detail
- 2019 national public poll on conscience issues, by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Conscience in Healthcare: 2009
The Polling Company, Inc. conducted the 2009 nationwide, scientific polls for Freedom2Care―on the potential impact of removing conscience protections from U.S. healthcare professionals. Freedom2Care presented the results at a press conference at the National Press Club.
Faith-Based Survey: 2009
Public Survey: 2009
Government & Faith-Based Partnerships
May 2018 | Strengthening USG-FBO partnerships―international health―analysis & recommendations.