死とともに生きる~Being With Dying~ 本文へジャンプ

GRACEプログラム2015
〜ターミナルケアでの燃え尽き防止のために〜

日時: 2015年4月24日(金)午後1時〜26日(日)午後4時

会場: 長弓寺(奈良県生駒市)

講師: ジョアン・ハリファックス老師、
      シンダ・ラシュトン教授、
     トニーバック教授 
 
参加費: 会員 65, 000円、一般70, 000円 (宿泊費・食費込み)
(プログラムの性質上、一部参加は認められません。宿泊での参加が原則です。)

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講師プロフィール: 

Roshi Joan Halifax, PhD

ジョアン
・ハリファックス博士

人類学者かつ禅の尼僧として長年、人にとっての死をテーマとし探求を続けてきた。40年以上に

わたりコロンビア大学、マイアミ大学医学校、New School for Social Research、ナロパ大学などで

教員を務める一方で、死にゆく人々のケアに取り組み、ハーバード大学神学校、ハーバード大学

医学校、ジョージタウン医学校他多くの学術研究機関で死と死にいくことについての講義を行ってきた。

1990年ニューメキシコ州サンタフェに仏教研究と社会活動のセンターとしてウパヤ禅センターを設立。

1994年には「死にいく人と共にいる」プロジェクトを設立、死にいく人々への瞑想的なケアの分野で働く

何千人もの保健医療の専門家のトレーニングを行っている。また、1970年代から故フランシスコ・

ヴァレラ、ダライ=ラマ14世らと協力し、科学者と仏教者との対話プロジェクトを推進している。

著書にBeing with Dying: Cultivating Compassion and Fearlessness in the Presence of Deathなど多数

Tony Back, MD

Tony Back, MD

 

Dr. Back is Director of Palliative Care at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, an outpatient consultation service, and Professor of Medicine/Oncology at the University of Washington. His academic research focuses on improved patient-clinician communication. He is also head of a gastrointestinal oncology practice in the Seattle area, and an Affiliate Member of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Dr. Back received his bachelor’s from the Humanities Honors Program at Stanford University and his MD from Harvard Medical School.


Cynda Hylton Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN

Cynda Hylton Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN

 

Dr. Rushton is the Anne and George L. Bunting Professor of Clinical Ethics and Professor of Nursing and Pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University and the Berman Institute of Bioethics. She is also Program Director for the Harriet Lane Compassionate Care Program.

A clinician, educator, researcher and advocate for compassionate health care with nearly 30 years of nursing experience, Dr. Rushton’s work focuses on clinical ethics, palliative and end-of-life care, particularly for children, as well as integrated organizational change and leadership. She has led numerous initiatives to cultivate contemplative practices that foster awareness, inquiry and resilience in complex health care settings and to address the detrimental effects of moral distress on clinicians, patients and families.  She received her nursing degrees from the University of Kentucky and Medical University of South Carolina,and her doctorate in nursing from the Catholic University of America with a concentration in bioethics. She was a Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow.


Tony Back, MD


Dr. Back is Director of Palliative Care at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, an outpatient consultation service, and Professor of Medicine/Oncology at the University of Washington. His academic research focuses on improved patient-clinician communication. He is also head of a gastrointestinal oncology practice in the Seattle area, and an Affiliate Member of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Dr. Back received his bachelor’s from the Humanities Honors Program at Stanford University and his MD from Harvard Medical School.

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