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The Substance Use Counselor of the 2020s [Webinar Recap]
We received many great questions during the webinar that we couldn’t answer them all. Here is a recap and answers to those questions we missed.
The Future of Healthcare E-Learning is Here
E-learning (or online learning) is changing the way you hire and onboard new psychiatrists, train counselors on evidence-based treatments.
12 Days of Compliance Countdown – Part 1: Engage Your Employees
To get you in the spirit, we’ve put together the 12 Days of Compliance, to keep your post-acute care organization on track through the rest of the year and on into 2020. Read part one now.
Can You Show the Impact of Your Professional Development Program? Most Can’t.
To ensure the success of professional development programs, leaders need to be able to demonstrate the ROI and value of their programs to key stakeholders.
Article Review: An Alternative Approach to Remediation Implemented by the Texas Board of Nursing
Personalized nurse remediation plans dramatically decrease the time needed to get a nurse back to safe independent practice compared to traditional remediation.
Stay on Top of Evolving Hospice Expectations for a Strong 2020
As regulatory changes continue, hospice agencies must pay attention in 2020 to shifting expectations amid evolving service demand.
Providing Culturally Sensitive Care to Immigrants Struggling With Serious Illness
When dealing with serious illness and death, patients who are immigrants to the U.S. may face a multitude of cultural and logistical challenges.
Refuel Your Caregivers With These Engaging, Re-Energizing Strategies
Effective leaders will find ways to refuel their caregivers by showing them they care. Consider these five strategies for fueling caregiver engagement.
The Two Types of Nurse Managers and the One to Strive For
Throughout your career, you've probably witnessed a distinct difference in nurse management styles. Discover what the two types of nurse managers are.
World Mental Health Day 2019: Working Together to Prevent Suicide
World Mental Health Day may seem more like a public awareness holiday, but health care professionals play a large role in how we (the public) discuss mental and behavioral health issues.
Experienced Meets New: 7 Strategies to Support New Nurses
In a nursing culture with a clear divide between experienced and novice nurses, veteran nurses can follow these strategies to support new nurses.
DSP Survey Results: The Need for Respect
It’s clear from the responses we received that a little appreciation can go a long way toward keeping DSPs happy and increasing retention.
DSP Survey Results: The Inside Scoop on Turnover
A nationwide survey puts the weighted average DSP turnover rate at 43.8%, and of those who left, half had been on the job for 12 months or fewer.
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