- POOR CARL'S ALMANAC. // DVM: The Newsmagazine of Veterinary Medicine;Jun2005, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p56
The article presents information about the meaning of the term, empathy. Empathy is the projection of one's own thoughts and feelings into the thoughts and feelings of others in order to better understand and comfort them. Empathy goes further than sympathy, for in empathy people strive to put...
- Compassion. Moore, Thomas // Self;
Reflects on compassion. Japanese story of the monk Ryokan; Challenge of compassion in the modern age.
- Empathy and attitudes to animals. Taylor, N.; Signal, O. // Anthrozoos;2005, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p18
The article focuses on the empathy and attitudes towards animals. Governments are lobbied to change or create laws to protect animal welfare; perceived infringements of animal welfare remain news and more and more people the world over indicate that companion animals play an important role in...
- CONCLUDING DISCUSSION: THE ANTHROPOLOGIST AS HEALER. Harner, Michael // Anthropological Quarterly;Jul96, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p162
The article reflects on the role of the anthropologist as healer. If adequate preparation for medical crises in anthropology is not a new issue, why do so many anthropologists feel poorly prepared emotionally and technically for such situations? Part of the problem could be attributed to their...
- Dear Editor:. Molea, Joseph // Physician Executive;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p4
Comments on the disruptive behavior among physicians. Repercussions of disruptive physician behavior on health care delivery; Cause of disruptive physician behavior; Measures to control medical staff.
- A New View of Caring. Scotto, Carrie J. // Journal of Nursing Education;Jul2003, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p289
Nursing literature claims the concept of caring is central to the profession. Although the literature related to the concept of caring is vast, there is no clear description that allows for teaching and evaluating the concept. This article reviews traditional definitions of caring and offers a...
- Is Your Family a Pain? // Natural Health;Aug2003, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p25
The next time your sore back acts up, do not ask for sympathy. The concern will only make your back feel worse. Researchers found that if you suffer from chronic back pain, allowing your family members to baby you can actually make you feel the pain more than twice as intensely than if they...
- CARE MORE ABOUT OTHERS. // Good Health (Australia Edition);Jan2012, p68
The article presents suggestions on how to care more about others.
- What have I done with my life or should I say what has life done with me? Rabbin, Robert // Art of Healing;Sep-Nov2010, Vol. 3 Issue 32, p14
A personal narrative is presented that explores the author's experience of being a healer.