The University leads research and teaching into spirituality in health care

The term ‘spirituality’ is now widely used to describe the qualities that give people hope, meaning and purpose. In the case of patients, it can aid their recovery. Articles, overseas conference presentations and now close links with an NHS trust are among the recent outputs and activities of the University’s Spirituality Special Interest Group, based in the School of Human and Heath Sciences. —> Read More Here


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