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2008 Durham

2008 IANDS Conference, Durham, NC2008 North American Conference

October 3-4, 2008
Millennium Hotel
Durham, North Carolina (United States)

 

Near-Death Experiences: What Do They Mean?

A Featured Guest Speaker was Maggie Callanan, RN, always a popular presenter, hospice nurse, best-selling author of Final Gifts, originator of the term nearing-death awareness. Maggie presented on Final Gifts and on her new book, Final Journeys: A Practical Guide for Bringing Care and Comfort at the End of Life. We regret that there are no recordings of Maggie's presentations.

2008 Durham

Prices for Conference Recordings

  • Per DVD: $12.95 for IANDS members,$18.95 for non-members
  • Complete set of 7 DVDs: $65 for members, $100 for non-members
  • DVD prices plus shipping and handling
  • Per audio download: $9.95 for members, $11.95 for non-members

Full set of 7 DVDs 2008

Full Set of 7 DVDs 2008

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$100 regular price; $65 for IANDS members ($35 discount)

This unique set of seven DVDs includes all the video-recorded presentations from the 2008 IANDS Conference.
  1. NDE Background, Bruce Greyson
  2. Experiencer Panel, Moderator Robert Mays
  3. Experiencer Panel, Moderator Kimberly Clark Sharp)
  4. A conversation: Meaning and Near-Death Experience, Bruce Greyson and Harold
    Koenig
  5. Combat Afghanistan, Diane Corcoran
  6. Shamanism and NDE, John Alexander
  7. Deciphering and reframing the difficult NDE Nancy Bush

Combat Afghanistan

Implications of Near-Death Experiences from the Combat Zones of Iraq and Afghanistan 

With 30 years of active duty experience from Vietnam to Desert Storm, Col. Diane Corcoran, RN, PhD, U.S. Army Nurse Corps (ret.) speaks to the needs of the servicemen and women returning with combat NDEs from today's war zones. 

 

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NDE Background

NDE Background

Bruce Greyson, MD, IANDS Director of Research and a much-published scholar in the field, offers a matchless summary of everything you need to know to talk (or think) intelligently about NDEs.

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Shamanism and Near-Death Experience

Shamanism and Near-Death Experience

Col.John B. Alexander, PhD, US Army (ret.), the multi-disciplinary man-about-anomalous-experiences talks about his recent attendance at a Brazilian conference on shamanism, and the relationship between shamanism and NDEs.

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Experiencers Panel 1

Experiencers Panel 1

Moderator Robert Mays

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Near-death experiencers describe their NDEs and the effects on their lives.

Deciphering, Framing, and Integrating the Difficult Near-Death Experience

Deciphering, Framing, and Integrating the Difficult Near-Death Experience

Nancy Evans Bush, MA expands her groundbreaking work on frightening and otherwise distressing NDEs to a multi-disciplinary focus. 

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Experiencers Panel 2

Experiencers Panel B

 Moderator Kimberly Clark Sharp

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Near-death experiencers describe their NDEs and the effects on their lives.

Six Challenges Facing Near-Death Experiencers

Six Challenges Facing Near-Death Experiencers 

From the testimony of those who’ve “been there,“ Yolaine Stout describes some of the effects many experiencers say they must deal with after a near-death experience. (Audio only--DVD not available for this presentation .)

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A conversation: Meaning and Near-Death Experience

Meaning and Near-Death Experience

Harold Koenig, RN, MD, NHSc and Bruce Greyson, MD

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Tops in their fields as well as engaging personalities and excellent speakers, Drs. Harold Koenig and Bruce Greyson converse about meaning and near-death experiences. A lively and thought-provoking conversation moderated by Nancy Evans Bush.

Koenig is Co-director of the Center for the Study of Spirituality, Theology and Health at Duke University Medical Center. Greyson is Carlson Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences and Director, Division of Perceptual Studies at the University of Virginia; he was for 26 years editor of the Journal of Near-Death Studies.  

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