La Jolla, CA, July 17, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- “As it stands right now, our health care system is just not working,” says Karyn Buxman, author of What’s So Funny About Nursing: A Creative Approach to Celebrating Your Profession. “Our patients aren’t getting the level of care they deserve, and the system is brutal on everyone who works in it: physicians, nurses, therapists, aides, and more. It’s time for a change.”
Jean Watson, one of the nation’s leading nurse theorists, author of Nursing, The Philosophy and Science of Caring, agrees. "Change is coming. In every discipline, we see a shift from a separatist world to one of unity and connections."
Leading researchers, like Dr. Lee Berk of Loma Linda University, have been exploring and documenting the complex biochemical and biomechanical changes that take place within our bodies in response to our emotional state. This research appears to confirm what the holistic health community has always known: a comprehensively compassionate approach to health care results in better patient outcomes.
Evolving Conscious Health Community Cruise: Be The Change You Want To Create
Karyn Buxman and Jean Watson are appearing with sixteen leading holistic health teachers and thought leaders on the Evolving Conscious Health Community Cruise, a specialty educational cruise designed for those people who are working to make the health care experience better for patients and health care providers alike. The Evolving Conscious Health Community Cruise is from November 2-9, 2013, with stops in St. Thomas, St. Maarten, and the Bahamas.
“A beautiful week in the Caribbean is never a bad thing,” Buxman said. “It gets even better when you have the ability to connect with people who are leading the way as we make today’s health care system an actual platform for healing.” In two sessions, Buxman will teach cruise participants how they can use humor to provide better patient care, strengthen relationships with their health care colleagues, and promote healing throughout their community.
Jean Watson will be presenting an exclusive session on the Science and Practice of Transpersonal Caring. This session is an absolute must for anyone on the front lines of health care. “If you come,” Watson said, “You will experience an inner peace and calm. Being fully present with our patients becomes easier when we have self-control, self-knowledge, self-caring and self-healing that manifests from within.”
To join Jean Watson and Karyn Buxman on this transformational cruise, visit http://myholisticcruise.com/bonus?ap_id=karynbuxman