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concerned with human welfare and the alleviation of suffering

to experience or express compassion

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showing or having compassion

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Maitri provides compassionate residential care to men and women in need of hospice or 24-hour care and cultivates the deepest respect and love for life among its residents and caregivers.
For too long, elderly inmates with serious medical conditions who no longer pose any threat to public safety have faced unacceptable delays in petitioning for their compassionate release.
Genmab said Novartis will work with regulatory authorities to establish compassionate use programmes for patients outside the US currently being treated with Arzerra as an ongoing treatment, to ensure continuity of treatment for all patients who benefit from Arzerra.
Getting the Compassionate Allowance screening right is important because that program and a related program, the Quick Disability Determination Program, "provide people with disabilities facing devastating illnesses the security of knowing that they and their families have income to rely on, and remove one worry people face during a very challenging, scary time," Larin said.
All three emphasized the need for decriminalization and destigmatization of opioid abuse, and they called on physicians to guide patients through resources and compassionate care to help them overcome the affliction.
Keywords: Spiritual wellness, Spirituality, Compassionate care, Medical Students, Pakistan.
How are levels of empathy or personal distress related to compassionate emotions in the context of an internal attribution?
She said: "Her honesty, courage, grace and determination to share her experiences of living with a terminal illness and dying have enabled many to learn and speak openly about death and in particular, the need to improve communication and compassionate care.
In compassionate service, not only do we go to the marginalized, but we-in imitation of Christ's incarnation-empty ourselves to enter the world of those we wish to serve.
Likewise, do we have evidence that we can modify the professional behavior of healthcare practitioners by changing their belief system towards the moral dimension of medical practice, by intervening in the current social norms of the medical profession, or by convincing them that a new legitimate or incentives-based setting will enhance their probability in compassionate performing?
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Chief Inspector of Hospitals, Professor Sir Mike Richards, described staff as "compassionate" towards patients, and said: "We found that - across the board - staff were working hard to deliver compassionate care to patients.
Compassionate love has been defined as a love that is centered on the good of the other.
ONE in 12 prisoners released on compassionate bail have fled, figures show.
The Compassionate Warrior: Abd el-Kader of Algeria" by award-winning children's author Elsa Marston is the 184 page biography of a 19th Century leader, an Arab hero who led the fight in Algeria against opposing French forces.