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Law, Wellness & Mindfulness Guide: Home

Welcome to this Guide on Law, Wellness & Mindfulness

By definition,

Wellness implies "As a positive rather than contrastive quality: the state or condition of being in good physical, mental, and spiritual health, esp. as an actively pursued goal; well-being".  (Source: Oxford English Dictionary, https://ocul-uo.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01OCUL_UO/s28b5q/alma991003081919705161)

Mindfulness implies "A mental state or attitude in which one focuses one's awareness on the present moment while also being conscious of, and attentive to, this awareness".   (Source: Oxford English Dictionary, https://ocul-uo.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01OCUL_UO/s28b5q/alma991003081919705161)

 

In support of the University of Ottawa and the Faculty of Law's efforts to address mental health and wellness on campus, this guide serves as a starting point to identify various print and electronic resources relevant to law, wellness and mindfulness and on wellness and mindfulness in general in our collections.

 

Happy reading!

Bibliothécaire de recherche (droit) / Research Librarian (Law)

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Nathalie Léonard
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Bibliothèque de droit Brian-Dickson
Brian Dickson Law Library
(Pavillon Fauteux Hall)

nleonard@uottawa.ca
Subjects: Droit, Law