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Can we do more to value the languages of immigrants? – open thread

Can we do more to value the languages of immigrants? – open thread | Interpreters emotional well being | Scoop.it
Did you teach your children your native language or do you have encouraging language-related experiences you would like to share?

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interpreter's curator insight, June 4, 2014 3:55 AM

A report by the British Council found that three quarters of people in the UK are unable to speak one of the 10 most important languages for the country's future; one of the key recommendations was to make better use of the languages spoken by the country's minority communities.

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What Not To Say to a Grieving Parent

What Not To Say to a Grieving Parent | Interpreters emotional well being | Scoop.it
In the face of tragedy and grief, it’s sometimes hard to know what to say or do.

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American Institute Health Care Professionals's curator insight, July 3, 2014 2:59 PM

Some very good advice for pastoral caregivers and grief counselors dealing with a parent who has lost a child.  This blog lists things you should say and not say to these poor souls who have just experienced the worst grief possible, the lost of a child.

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Paul Ekman: Outsmart Evolution and Master Your Emotions

Renowned psychologist and emotion-guru Paul Ekman describes how introducing conscious awareness to facial expressions can help one override and control their...
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NHS culture: how can the 'empathy gap' be bridged?

NHS culture: how can the 'empathy gap' be bridged? | Interpreters emotional well being | Scoop.it
Schwartz rounds have been cited as a tool that health and care providers can use to support compassionate care, writes Jill Maben

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Annalisa Manca's curator insight, July 2, 2014 2:12 PM

A recurrent theme lately. How can we help medical students learn how to constructively use emotions in clinical settings?

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Jennifer Kass - If you are a highly sensitive person, you... | Facebook

If you are a highly sensitive person, you are a highly aware person and when you notice people or situations that drain you, practice using discernment...
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