WCSI Global Human Caring – Arts Health Humanity

Save the date! October 12-14, 2018
with optional champagne reception October 11th

WCSI in Brighton, UK

WCSI is working with European partners, local artists and influencers to offer a dynamic two-day conference. With a combined offer of speakers and arts activities, participants will have a chance to experience the arts as a potential tool to inform their practice, self, and/or system. Speakers will speak on the theme of ‘What makes a healthy city/city of compassion or ‘City of Communitas’ based on the 10 Caritas Processes® developed by Distinguished Professor Jean Watson. Dr. Watson will be on hand to open and close the conference.

In addition, starting October 10th, there will be an option to participate in a 24 hour ‘lunch-to-lunch’ urban retreat offer hosted by Anna Biley; DipN MSc (Nursing), Doctorate Caring Science (WCSI), and Frameworks for Change, Andy Bradley. More info to follow.

To translate the ethos and ethics of Caring Science as a modality to impact a wider audience — to engage and support those working in a variety of sectors who share a common base: to consciously and intentionally bring Love to the center of our work, one person / one health practitioner / one Leader / one artist / one community, at a time.

This conference is for anyone interested in health and well-being, community cohesion: educators, artists, civil servants, nurse practitioners, and health care systems.

The offer is publicized through our WCSI family, Brighton Universities and Hospitals, their staff, systems and students, residents, and European affiliates such as the European Academy of Caring Science.

Vibrant, Colourful & Creative — Brighton is a fun, quirky coastal town only an hour away from central London by train. With its bohemian, creative vibe, Brighton is where England’s seaside experience goes from cold to cool.

Please let us know your expression of interest to give us an idea of numbers by emailing julie@watsoncaringscience.org.