Hope and Health – The Janki Foundation Lecture. London
14, Aug 2012
@ 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Global Co-operation House, 65-69 Pound Lane, London NW10 2HH
The Janki Foundation firstname.lastname@example.org
THE EVENT WILL BE WEBCAST AT www.bkwsu.org/uk/live
An event supporting health professionals, caregivers & patients
A dialogue between Revd Peter Wells, Chaplain, Hla Myat Saw, Health Practitioner and Dr Craig Brown, General Practitioner
With address by Dadi Janki, President, The Janki Foundation
Guest performance: Lou Beckerman, community musician, singer-songwriter, healer, nurse & artist.
When faced with our own illness or the illness of others dear to us, how can we keep the flame of hope burning, no matter what? How can we develop and maintain a positive attitude and keep hope alive when confronted by suffering?
Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul,
And sings the tune without the words,
And never stops at all.
– Emily Dickinson
Revd Canon Peter Wells, Anglican Priest and Lead Chaplain and Bereavement Manager at Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust. He works with a variety of healthcare staff in providing support to patients and their relatives.
Hla Myat Saw, practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine at Imperial College. She is also involved in post-graduate medical training, as a course leader on the Training the Trainers course for GPs.
Dr Craig Brown, retired general practitioner, Chairperson of the British Holistic Medical Association and Trustee of the Janki Foundation. He was involved in developing Values in Healthcare: a spiritual approach training programme.
Dadi Janki, President of The Janki Foundation and Administrative Head, Brahma Kumaris’ World Spiritual University
“Imperishable happiness cannot be snatched away… it creates hope and removes the sorrow of illness” Dadi Janki
Panel Chair: ArnoldDesser is an educational consultant with the London Deanery of Postgraduate Medical Education. He works clinically in the NHS with chronically ill individuals and their families. He is also part of the team that produced Values in Healthcare: a spiritual approach.
About the Organisers: The Janki Foundation is a UK charity promoting spirituality in health care. It supports healthcare professionals through values-based dialogue and training, and contributes to general wellbeing through inspirational books, CDs and lectures.
The event is free of charge and no registration is required.