“It has been over a year of constant trauma. It has been over a year of not sleeping.” How are healthcare workers managing their mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic?
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Patients with cancer who receive intense smoking cessation treatment are compared with patients who receive standard treatment to analyze the intervention’s impact on the likelihood of quitting smoking.
The PA Foundation has established a fellowship to train physician assistants to be mental health first aid course instructors.
Excessive stress because of the COVID-19 pandemic can have a detrimental effect on nurses’ mental health; therefore, the APNA has developed a Well-Being Initiative for nurses seeking help for excessive stress.
Researchers at the University of Michigan sought to identify the percentage of older adults who may have experienced isolation or loneliness during the COVID-19 pandemic in their National Poll on Healthy Aging.
Researchers believe traffic fatalities may have increased in Colorado due to the state’s cannabis tourism industry, which is not as robust in Washington State.
Researchers explored provider screening practices in primary care, women’s health, and well-child clinics to determine if barriers exist in meeting postpartum depression screening guidelines.
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