78% of the businesses say employee well-being is a critical part of their business plans. (Virgin Pulse)
Mindfulness training has been shown to reduce burnout and mood disturbances in health care providers, and to improve sleep quality among teachers. (The study authors were unable to find any mindfulness studies that had specifically focused on blue-collar or farm workers.)
“Littlefield, Lieberman and Reynolds (1982) argued that more similarities than differences exist between racial groups while more differences than similarities exist within these groups...
In many ways these are not discrete nor separate categories with inherent conceptual meaning, but are most useful in beginning to understand the social narratives and experiences that one is exposed to and has available to internalize as identity/identities (Helms, 2005).”
Beyond race and ethnicity: Examining development in context
Vincenzo Teran Kimberely Santora
“The 221-word Mantra, written by a curmudgeonly segregationist with a history of drug abuse named Robert Whitaker, is an attack on multiculturalism that largely blames immigration for a “genocide” facing white people.”
The importance of connection to nature in assessing environmental education programs
F. Stephan Mayer
“Theory and research suggest that feeling connected to someone or something motivates protective and self-sacrificing behavior. This paper reviews the large body of research demonstrating that connectedness to nature is an important predictor of environmentally responsible behavior.”
The World Health Organization and other global healthcare organizations have repeatedly stressed the need for interprofessional education as a way to not only improve quality of care for individual patients, but also for global health populations.