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Living Caritas in Extraordinary Times

As we share, we can heal. As we connect, we can hold each other up. Living Caritas is a blog dedicated to Caritas nurses to share their narratives of communitas …

Latin America Colleague Connections

SIDE BY SIDE WITH JEAN WATSON in my professional and personal life* written by Maria Ribeiro Lacerda, RN, Ms, PHd Universidade Federal do Paraná UFPR · Department of Nursery BRAZIL …

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Caritas Healing Connections

We invite you to join us monthly for a chance to return to your Caritas Community to share and reconnect. October 23, 2021 | Agenda & Theme TOPIC: Healing Haiku …

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Nurses’ Global Coherence 2020

Join us in a Virtual Worldwide Meditation May 12, 2020 @ 12:00 NOON Local Time The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated 2020 as the ‘Year of the Nurse & …

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Connecting Without Touch

In the practice of Caring Science and the theory of Caritas, you are the energetic field and the agent of human-to-human (transpersonal) connection. You touch each other in silence and …

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Sacred Circle of Life & Death

During this time of the coronoavius, it is a time to remind ourselves to integrate death back into the normalcy of the sacred circle of life and death and to …

Lee honored for compassionate care

Kyla Lee, MD, FACP, Gundersen Palliative Care, Hospice and Internal Medicine, recently received the prestigious Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award from the Arnold P. Gold Foundation after a nomination …

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#ResearchersMatter: Queer Birthing Stories

Dr. Lisa Goldberg, an associate professor in the School of Nursing at Dalhousie University and Caritas Coach® discusses her research project “Birthing Relationships and Rural Health Practices: The Experiences of …

Reflection on Nursing Science

The following reflection was written by Shelly Kolb, who is currently enrolled in the innagural cohort at the Sacramento campus for the RN-TO-BSN program at Samuel Merritt University. She is …