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Accommodation for Mental Health Issues

Emerging RN Leader

Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a study last week which looked at teen mental health since the fall of 2021. It shows a disturbing […] The post Accommodation for Mental Health Issues appeared first on Emerging Nurse Leader.

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AJPH Highlights Health Worker Mental Health

NIOSH Science Blog

The American Journal of Public Health recently published a special supplement with 15 articles focusing on health worker mental health. Protecting and supporting health worker mental health has important implications for the nation’s health

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Advancing Military Mental Health

Healthcare Law Insights blog

In an epoch marked by rapid innovation in mental health treatments, a paradigm shift is on the horizon for the well-being of our armed forces personnel. veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan deployments, and of course, thousands of military personnel experience TBI and PTSD at the same time, leading to severe mental health consequences.

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Struggling With Your Mental Health? Adopt a Pet

Daily Nurse

They’re natural, cuddly stress relievers that can improve cardiovascular health and decrease loneliness. That’s why it can be an excellent idea for nurses to adopt a pet of their own, especially if they’re experiencing anxiety, depression, or another mental health issue. The post Struggling With Your Mental Health?

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Strabismus and mental health

American Nurse

Patient and family perspective Takeaways: Individuals with strabismus have an increased risk of concurrent mental health diagnoses. Children and their families frequently are unaware of any possible connection between strabismus and mental health, but they welcome resources. See Pediatric mental health screening tools.)

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Health Care Workers Push for Their Own Confidential Mental Health Treatment

American Nurse

States are redefining when medical professionals can get mental health treatment without risking notifying the boards that regulate their licenses. In recent years, at least a dozen states have considered or created confidential wellness programs to offer clinicians help early on for career burnout or mental health issues.

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Mental Health and Wellness Programs for Healthcare Workers

Daily Nurse

However, healthcare organizations must prioritize their employees’ mental health and wellness , not only for their well-being but also for the quality of care they provide to their patients. Mindfulness and Meditation Programs Mindfulness and meditation programs promote mental health and wellness among healthcare workers.