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  1. Original research

    Loving-kindness meditation: a tool to improve healthcare provider compassion, resilience, and patient care

    Stress is a critical problem facing many healthcare institutions. The consequences of stress include increased provider burnout and decreased quality of care for patients. Ironically, a key factor that may hel...

    Emma M Seppala, Cendri A Hutcherson, Dong TH Nguyen, James R Doty and James J Gross

    Journal of Compassionate Health Care 2014 1:5

    Published on: 19 December 2014

  2. Debate article

    Mind as a dimension & compassion as a relationship issue

    In the following paper it is argued that within a mistaken materialistic western scientific paradigm, mind is incorrectly reduced to brain. Such bad science means that compassion, along with many other phenome...

    Martin Seager

    Journal of Compassionate Health Care 2014 1:3

    Published on: 11 November 2014

  3. Original research

    A qualitative study of the understanding and use of ‘compassion focused coping strategies’ in people who suffer from serious weight difficulties

    The physical and psychological health problems associated with obesity are now well documented, as is the urgency for addressing them. In addition, associations between quality of life, depression, self-esteem...

    Jean Gilbert, R James Stubbs, Corinne Gale, Paul Gilbert, Laura Dunk and Louise Thomson

    Journal of Compassionate Health Care 2014 1:9

    Published on: 11 November 2014

  4. Case study

    Re-inspiring compassionate caring: the reawakening purpose workshop

    How best to strengthen compassion in healthcare has become a controversial subject, especially when governments attempt to ‘implement’ compassion through policy and regulation. This case study describes a work...

    Robin Youngson

    Journal of Compassionate Health Care 2014 1:1

    Published on: 27 October 2014

  5. Original research

    Enhancing empathy in healthcare: mixed-method evaluation of a pilot project implementing the CARE Approach in primary and community care settings in Scotland

    The importance of empathic, person-centred care that is responsive to the individual patients’ needs is increasingly visible in national and international healthcare policies but there is a need for practical ...

    Niamh M Fitzgerald, Susie Heywood, Annemieke P Bikker and Stewart W Mercer

    Journal of Compassionate Health Care 2014 1:6

    Published on: 27 October 2014

  6. Original research

    Pilot study of a compassion meditation intervention in chronic pain

    The emergence of anger as an important predictor of chronic pain outcomes suggests that treatments that target anger may be particularly useful within the context of chronic pain. Eastern traditions prescribe ...

    Heather L Chapin, Beth D Darnall, Emma M Seppala, James R Doty, Jennifer M Hah and Sean C Mackey

    Journal of Compassionate Health Care 2014 1:4

    Published on: 27 October 2014

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