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The place of Mindfulness in Hospice Palliative Care in Taiwan =「四念住」禪修在台灣的安寧療護的運用
Author 釋惠敏
Source International Conference "Mindfulness–a Buddhist Contribution to Modern Society"
Date2011.08.18 - 21
LocationHamburg, Germany [漢堡, 德國]
Content type會議論文=Proceeding Article
AbstractHospice palliative care aims at promoting all-encompassing services for patients with terminal diseases suffering from physical, mental, social and spiritual symptoms and pain. Since clinical Buddhist chaplaincy training has been practiced for more than 10 years in Taiwan, there are two topics i would like to discuss below:
(1) the comparison of spiritual care and mindfulness-based care: body, mind, and spirit as compared with body, feeling, mind, and dharma.
(2) the relationship between the four mindful establishments and the triune brain model (the innermost reptilian brain, the old mammalian brain, and the neocortex).
Created date2014.10.13
Modified date2015.08.17

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