Incorporating Spirituality into your Practice - Whatever your Role on the Team
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Dr. Melanie Rogers is a Senior Lecturer and Advanced Nurse Practitioner at the University of Huddersfield. She is one of the leaders of the special interest group into spirituality in health care.
Spirituality goes beyond religion and in simple terms can give a patient 'hope, meaning and purpose', which can help in their recovery from illness. As Melanie explains, though a valuable part of the care a patient needs to receive, it is an area that makes many health professionals uncomfortable for a variety of reasons.
As we end Spiritual Health Awareness Week 2022, our planning committee would like to thank you for following us on Facebook, Twitter or email this week.
We are leaving you with a list of our favourite mindfulness meditations and podcasts:
Jack Kornfield has a variety of Pandemic Resources, including videos, podcasts, and more.
Loving Kindness meditation by Kristen Neff
Soften, soothe, allow: Working with emotions in the body by Kristen Neff
Calm is a meditation app where you can access an original Daily Calm session every day, as well as check-ins, several scenes with sounds, and selected sessions from meditation courses.
Deborah Martens Michael Thibert
Jonathan Jandavs-Hedlin Kathleen Rempel Boschman
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