While you’re taking care of your patients’ well-being, it’s important to keep your own well-being in mind as well. The COVID-19 pandemic may be causing you more stress than usual, just as it is for many others. It’s important to keep your own mental health in mind during this time. Here are some tips for reducing COVID-19 stress.
The rise in telehealth visits is changing how many providers build relationships with their patients. However, it’s more important than ever to connect with your patients. Here are some ways to foster a good provider/patient relationship on screen (and in person).
Reebok recently launched the “Reebok x Wonder Woman 84” collection, a collaboration with the upcoming Wonder Women 1984 movie. Six Boston-area nurses —Cassie Moy, Vilma Pacheco, Taylor Meyer, Suki Stiles, Solange Rosa, and Kathryn D’Innocenzo — tell their personal wonder man stories in Rebebok's campaign documentary.
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and this topic is more important than ever. The isolation brought on by COVID-19 is especially hard on people at risk for suicide. Here are some things you can do to determine if you have a patient who’s contemplating suicide and ways to help patients who’ve reached out to you with suicidal feelings.
We asked Provider Roundtable, our online advisory group, how COVID-19 has impacted their practice and their patients. They also told us which changes they think will have long-term affects on the health care industry. Here's what they had to say.