Ritual and Grief in the time of COVID-19
A thoughtful piece about the preservation of rituals in the midst of COVID-19, discussing how to creatively sustain and honor rituals in today’s global climate.
A resource by The Conversation Project
"Months ago, I saw a headline about a discovery that proved an example of burial rituals going back farther than previously known. The details have fallen away but the message remained – humans across eras, across cultures, across the globe have long-needed to engage in rituals of transition and comfort when experiencing the death of a loved one..." Click here to read this piece by Kelly McCutcheon Adams, MSW, LICSW Director at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement since 2004, focusing on critical care and end-of-life care.