Making a Difference Together
The UK Reiki Federation has adopted ‘Connecting Reiki with Medicine’ as its charity fund of choice. We ask to consider donating what you can to support this landmark project at St George’s University NHS Trust Hospital, London. Together we can make a difference to the future of Reiki and the quality of healthcare throughout the NHS.
The aim of this pioneering initiative is to introduce, independently evaluate and clinically research Reiki in acute medical settings.
It is also creating a transferrable clinical training and mentoring programme for Reiki practitioners which allows them to work on acute and high dependency units in a way which can be more readily accepted by the NHS in general and the medical professions in hospitals in particular.
At the heart of it all, the project needs to secure funding for the provision of rigorous, in-hospital clinical practitioner training as part of Full Circle’s commitment to evidence based, best practice in acute medical settings, including an extensive six-month mentoring programme for joining practitioners.
Funds are required to support many different elements of this visionary project.
In brief, the project requires funding for data gathering, confidential data management, preparation of reports and case studies, analysis and systematic review of quantitative and qualitative data to support rationale for future research into the application of Reiki in various diverse and complex medical environments.
It includes the work of a post graduate Research Assistant (typically a PhD graduate), and an Academic Research Lead based at St George’s University of London. Well-designed, publishable clinical research acceptable to the medical profession will take a minimum of two years per project, and costs range from between £25-45,000 each.
The St George’s and Full Circle research committee includes medical consultants and researchers who have established links with research institutions. Case studies will help build on this and, coming from such a credible and venerable establishments, will lead to more understanding, acceptance and integration of Reiki in medical settings globally.
At the heart of it all, the project needs to secure funding for the provision of rigorous, in-hospital clinical practitioner training as part of Full Circle’s commitment to evidence based, best practice in acute medical settings, including an extensive six-month mentoring programme for joining practitioners. Thereafter Full Circle needs to ensure continuity in the form of the ongoing commitment and work of the Full Circle team of carefully selected, experienced and comprehensively clinically trained, CNHC registered Reiki practitioners for a period of at least three years, post-training.
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Visit website: www.reikiwithmedicine.org
Connecting Reiki with Medicine is a project and part of Full Circle Fund Therapies Charity, an award-winning integrated medicine charity. This project relies wholly on donations and receive no charity, government or NHS funding. All funds specifically donated to the Connecting Reiki with Medicine project via the UK Reiki Federation’s ‘Reiki with Medicine Fund’ will benefit Reiki exclusively.
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