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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.
Ways to Prevent Workplace Violence in Social Service and Healthcare
OSHA created workplace violence prevention guidelines designed specifically for staff who work in these settings. Here are 10 guidelines you need to follow.
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.
The Value of Continuing Education in Community Health Care
There is always something new for community health care professionals to learn, or some new evidence or research study to keep in mind.
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.
Hurry Up and Wait? Train Now for Nutrition and Food Safety
CMS wants to ensure that food service programs at SNFs are led by qualified individuals who can give nutrition & food safety appropriate attention to protect the well-being of SNF residents.
The Value of Medication-Assisted Treatment in the Fight Against the Opioid Epidemic
Studies show that for many patients MAT programs can help them stay in recovery longer and have better health and quality of life outcomes.
14 Questions and Answers From the Suicide Prevention: Science and Trends Webinar
Top questions we received about how practitioners can implement suicide training, policies, procedures at their organizations.
Courageous Change: Don’t Just Conform, Transform
In order to shape the required changes into desired goals, you’ll need to focus on six key steps. Find out how to execute on each of these six steps here.
Medical Cannabis (Marijuana) Significantly Backed by Hospice Professionals in Survey
According to survey respondents, 91% support medical marijuana (cannabis) use for hospice patients, though there are legal concerns depending on the state.
The 6 Building Blocks of Empowerment in IDD
The process of empowering another person is like building a strong tower of bricks. Here are 6 building blocks for creating a strong foundation for empowerment.
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.
Creating Employment Opportunities for Adults With IDD
For many of us, our jobs give us a sense of purpose and an opportunity to contribute to our communities. The same is true for adults with IDD.
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