Tag Archives: Natural

Self-Care: How Ambient, Religious and Natural Sounds Can Mend and Soothe

by Laura Hanke Since its origins in the early twentieth century with the likes of Erik Satie, ambient music has evolved steadfastly, becoming a mainstay in film soundtracks, television programmes and an accomplished genre in its own right. After Brian Eno coined the phrase “ambient music” in the mid-seventies, the genre has been interwoven with… Read More »

Refuse to accept that burnout is a natural experience in health care

Burnout is a myth. Dedicated clinicians, working under circumstances that connect their skills and compassion with opportunities to impact patients, won’t experience burnout any more often than they might by doing other jobs. The story we tell — the one that dissatisfaction is this system’s inevitable byproduct — perpetuates more harm than we know. This… Read More »