Archive for February, 2016

Healers Today!

Posted by Marc Parnes on February 8, 2016

I graduated from medical school in 1981, giving me now nearly 35 years of experience as a physician. My medical school was very focused on patient centered care, even at that early date. This focus on the patient accentuated my own view of the role of a physician in healing, having experienced the care provided Read full post

Onagawa: Building A Resilient Community

Posted by Bob Stilger on February 7, 2016

In mid-April of 2011 I traveled to Onagawa, a town of 10,000 on Japan’s northeast coast. On March 11, 2011, at 2:46 in the afternoon a magnitude 9 quake struck not far off the coast. Forty minutes later a tsunami wave towering 60 feet and rushing forward at 100 miles an hour came crashing in. Read full post