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Recent hospital research is showing that Near Death Experiences (NDEs) can no longer be dismissed as hallucinations or aberrations of a dying brain.
Drawing from many instances throughout her nursing career coupled with many examples from people who have written to her over the years, Penny discusses that NDEs occur and have very real life changing effects and how, by trying to pathologise NDEs, the very important message that these people bring back has been overlooked. She reiterates that hearing what these people have to say can benefit us all without having to nearly die ourselves.
Dr Penny Sartori undertook the UK’s largest and first long term prospective study of near-death experiences and was awarded a PhD for her research in 2005. She is uniquely qualified as not only is she a former intensive care staff nurse with 17 years’ experience, who has worked daily with dying patients but she also has the benefit of undertaking doctoral research into NDEs. Penny is also the author of her book of the same title ( with Watkins Publishing).