Lupina Centre for Spirituality, Healthcare and Ethics at Regis College

The mission of the Lupina Centre for Spirituality, Healthcare and Ethics at Regis College is to address fundamental questions concerning the interrelationships among spirituality, healthcare, and ethics. It is the conviction of the Lupina Centre that, as individuals live and flourish within the web of relationships in their communities, the physical and spiritual health of the individual will only be pursued adequately in relation to the health of the community and the ethical and spiritual convictions and aspirations of the community. The Lupina Centre will pursue its mission through engagement with its constituencies on questions central to its mission.  

LUPINA CENTRE LAUNCHES NEW CONFERENCE SERIES!

The Lupina Centre recently launched the first conference in the Frontiers of Spirituality series, entitled "Medicine as a Spiritual Practice: Toward a Wholistic Public Healthcare," which was hosted on 15-16 October 2010. The Lupina Centre is very grateful for the generous support of the Lupina Foundation and Regis College, and for the enthusiastic participation of the speakers, respondents, panelists, moderators, volunteers and guests. Video recordings of the conference sessions will be made available soon. 

LUPINA CENTRE ANNOUNCES $40,000 DOCTORAL SCHOLARSHIPS IN SPIRITUALITY, HEALTHCARE & ETHICS!

The Lupina Centre offers a scholarship for doctoral students interested in pursuing studies related to its mission of addressing fundamental questions concerning the interrelationships among spirituality, healthcare and ethics. The Lupina Doctoral Scholarship is $10,000 per year and is renewable for a total of four years. Deadline: Applications to be submitted by 15 January each year. Application Details

LUPINA CENTRE ANNOUNCES 2011-2012 GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS IN HEALTHCARE & SPIRITUALITY!

Value: Up to $5,000.

Application deadline: 1 June 2011, 5pm.

Please click here for full details. 

 

UPCOMING ADVANCED DEGREE SEMINARS

19 April 2011, 1pm-3pm - "Reading Patients as Religious Texts: What's Become of Chaplaincy in the Contemporary Health Care Clinic," presented by Christopher De Bono, Lupina Centre Fellow. See link for full details.

6 May 2011, 2pm-4pm - Presentation by Catherine Wright, Lupina Centre Fellow. Details TBA.

 

Location
Lupina Centre
Regis College
Room 313
100 Wellesley Street West
Toronto, ON M5S 2Z5

Contact
416 922 5474 ext 243
lupinacentre@utoronto.ca