nejm_logo1a Suicide - Rewriting My Story A resident shares his story of depression and suicidal ideation.
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NPR Kids and Coronavirus: a comic and quick listen (3min)
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apna Managing stress and self-care during COVID-19 From the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, a concise guide to tending to your mental wellness.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoMarch 26, 2020Topics:
Managing anxiety through COVID 19 Does the new coronavirus from China make you a little anxious? How concerned should we be? Is it a real threat or mostly hype? In today’s podcast, Dr. John Grohol, founder and editor-in-chief of PsychCentral.com, explains what the coronavirus is, how it compares to the flu and why it seems to have hit the panic button in a lot of people. He offers tips to avoid getting sick in general, and importantly, gives advice on how to keep our anxiety levels in check when it comes to new disease outbreaks, especially in how we seek information from the media.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoMarch 24, 2020Topics:
Washington-Post Mental Health and Coronavirus
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thriving-in-scrubs Thriving in Scrubs: Mothering While Doctoring Becoming pregnant and having children is a part of life for many doctors that challenges their efforts to balance their personal and professional selves. This deeply human experience adds insight into the experiences that patients have, but adds weight to the personal demands and experiences the doctors have.
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thriving-in-scrubs Thriving in Scrubs: Doctor's Orders Why is it so hard to take our own good advice about maintaining health? We talk to Barbara, an internal medicine physician about nutrition, and consider why doctors don’t take their own advice about sleep and exercise and other good habits.
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pulse_blog_banner_200x216pixels A Soldier's Tale (by Scott Janssen) Scott Janssen is a hospice social worker and member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization's trauma-informed care work group. His book Standing at Lemhi Pass: Archetypal Stories for the End of Life and Other Challenging Times explores the use of storytelling with hospice patients and families. "I think a lot about the guy in this story, wondering what happened to him and his wife, and hoping that the dice are always loaded in their favor."
Contributor: Jennifer ChangMarch 11, 2019Topics: / /