Research shows that in at least one-fifth of near-death experiencers’ most memorable episodes of disclosing their NDE to a healthcare provider, family member, or friend, the experiencer came away feeling harmed. This finding was consistent across all categories of healthcare providers and was as applicable for NDEs that occurred in the 1940s as the 2010s.
A question for anyone is: Might you unknowingly be doing harm in the way you respond to people who’ve had near-death or related experiences—such as after-death communication or past-life memories?
The purpose of this one-day symposium was for anyone—professional or layperson—to complete the day feeling confident that they know how to fulfill their professional ethical and personal moral responsibility to do no harm to near-death and related experiencers. Contributors included healthcare providers (medical, mental, social, and spiritual), a bioethicist, family members and friends, as well as experiencers themselves who revealed their best and worst experiences of disclosure and offered their most important advice about how others can avoid harm and increase help to those touched by near-death and related experiences.
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If you are (a) a paid registrants to the original April 30 Symposium or an IANDS member at the Supporting or higher level, you may access the recordings for free; (b) anyone else not seeking continuing education credit may access the recordings for $10; or (c) ONLY if you are a member of one of the following health professionals, you may seek continuing education credit for viewing the recordings and may access the recordings for $25:
Nurses: This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the American Holistic Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Approved to award 7.5 contact hours through April 26, 2023. AHNA # 1571. Approval for contact hours through the American Holistic Nurses Association is based on an assessment of the educational merit of this program and does not constitute endorsement of the use of any specific modality in the care of clients.
Akamai University (AU) Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Certificate Seekers (Certificate in Near–Death and Spiritually Transformative Experiences): Receive up to 0.75 CEUs from AU.
Akamai University CAM Course Credit Seekers: Receive .5 college credit from AU.
CAM Practitioners, Educators, and Researchers in Energy Medicine or Comprehensive Energy Psychology; Massage and Bodywork Therapists; and Canadian Natural Health Practitioners: Receive up to 7.5 contact hours in continuing education through AU Institute for CAM Studies, Energy Medicine Partnerships (EMP), AU Affiliate. CEs are offered through four organizations: (a) EMP, an Approved Provider of continuing education for CAM Practitioners, Educators, & Researchers; (b) the Association of Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP) for Diplomate in Comprehensive Energy Psychology (DCEP) or Certified Energy Health Practitioner (CEHP) recertification; (c) Approved Provider with the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork; and (d) Approved Provider with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada for Natural Health.