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Health and Wellness Series: Mind and Body

Arizona State University

In conjunction with the Mayo Clinic and EdPlus, the center has lanched a series of online health and wellness courses, available through ASU's Continuing and Professional Education site. These courses are applicable to anyone who is seeking information and skills proven to combat stress, develop coping techniques, and who seeks to achieve a more mindful and resilient life overall. The course topics are: Mindfulness, Sleep, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Whole Person Well-being (launching in winter of 2019).

The Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University Alliance for Health Care is an innovative collaboration, bringing together the recognized world leader in patient care, education and research and the nation’s most innovative university. In these courses, you will explore instructional videos, informative articles, and hands-on wellness challenges, providing you the resources to integrate course learnings into your everyday life. 

In the Moment, Stories of Mindfulness in Nursing

Dr. Teri Pipe’s Robert Wood Johnson (RWJF) final project for her Executive Fellowship (a video entitled “In the Moment, Stories of Mindfulness in Nursing”) was accepted to the National Academy of Medicine’s new art collection focused on clinician well-being and resilience.  This video will be part of the permanent collection in the National Academy online gallery.

Meditation and Mindfulness for Better Overall Health

Corporate Wellness Magazine

"First of all, what’s the difference between mindfulness and meditation? They’re closely related but slightly different. Meditation can be viewed as a way to clear the mind, let go, and achieve peace and stillness within. Mindfulness is being presently and actively aware of feelings, thoughts, behavior, etc., in a non-judgmental way. The blend of the two techniques is often referred to as “mindfulness meditation.” "

PFC 103: Incorporating Mindfulness into Clinical Practice

Arizona State University

A new mindfulness resource is available through the Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School. This free module is co-authored by Dean Teri Pipe and led by her Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow colleague, Dr. Kate FitzPatrick. The purpose of the module is to give "real world" examples of how to incorporate mindfulness into clinical practice. A free login is required.