'finding the gap'
The patient - practitioner - practice dynamic is very powerful.
The centre looks for any 'gaps' to improve this dynamic.
Here are our current three research gaps 'in action':
research gap I one
the practitioner as patient
We often forget what it is like to be the patient/client and also to be at the centre of our own wellness consultation and treatment.
A very important aspect of whole person health & wellbeing for us to do as practitioners - further enhancing our professional and personal life also.
are a dynamic health experience.
research gap I two
the practitioner in practice
‘The Homeopathic Consultation and the Homeopathic Practitioner’s Health & Wellbeing Development: A Grounded Theory Study Protocol’.
The power of the consultation and its effect on practitioner health & wellbeing.
Our Practitioner Research is currently in development.
Interested in being part of?
the gap in practice
”If we are still tolerating burnout, identifying it only as a work-related syndrome and it’s still remaining ‘under-reported and under-recognised' - then tailoring an approach for practitioner fulfilment and wellbeing - and implementing leadership and practitioner wellbeing organisational strategies, brings us to the importance of this study.” Gill Carrie
Our 'Menu for Wellbeing or Recipe for Burnout' Webinar & Toolkit, for further exploring this in our workplaces.