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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.
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.
How to Improve Suicide Screenings in Primary and Integrated Care
Evidence has shown that suicide risk screening in primary care is effective, yet there is still a serious need to improve the frequency with which they’re conducted.
Suicide Prevention: How to Help When Social Determinants Spiral
Social determinants of health play a very large role in substance use disorders and depression. These determinants feed off one another and produce a downward spiral effect that increase the risk of suicide.
It’s Time for a Comprehensive Solution to Suicide Prevention
Suicide was labeled a U.S. public health crisis by the Surgeon General in 1999. Twenty years later, it remains a public health crisis. A different approach is needed.
Staff Retention in Behavioral Health: Your Questions Answered
We answer all of the burning questions you asked during our webinar, "Why Should Your Staff Stay? Invest in Their Success to Ensure Your Own".
Why You Should Invest in Closing Your Wound Care Liability Gaps
When it comes to pressure injuries, diabetic wounds, and venous wounds, investing in expertise up front can help you avoid spending time and money on legal proceedings after the fact when wounds go wrong.
Relias Healthcare Study Links Telepsychiatry to Improvements in Access to Mental Health Care in Rural Areas
A recent study done by Relias and Genoa shows that telepsychiatry, when combined with standard in-person visits, increases the timeliness of treatment of patients with severe mental illness in rural areas.
Top 5 Myths About Wound Care
Chronic wounds affect over 6.5 million individuals in the United States, but there are many misconceptions and myths about treating and identifying these wounds that prevent clinicians from providing the best possible care.
Importance of Nutrition
In honor of National Nutrition Month, here are some recommendations from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics that you can share with your community.
Labor and Delivery’s New “Push” for Personalized Care
Perhaps more than any other area of healthcare, labor and delivery is making strides in personalized care as expecting persons are letting their voices be heard.
Recognizing Hazards in the Home: Are Your Caregivers Prepared?
At the core of home care services is protecting your clients’ safety. From a fiscal standpoint, you depend on client referrals and satisfaction to keep your agency operating. Prioritize client safety and everyone wins, but to do so your caregivers must be able to recognize all the hazards in a visit.
Cognitive Overload in Healthcare
To reduce the cognitive load on caregivers and employees, healthcare organizations need to be diligent in selecting the changes they wish to achieve in the organization.
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