How we perceive and respond to an event is a significant factor in how we adjust and cope with it. The stress you feel is not only the result of your caregiving situation but also the result of your perception of it—whether you see the glass as half-full or half-empty.
Madison is a 13-year-old who had a bad stomachache in November 2017. The stomachache turned out to be a bowel blockage. She had to have a colostomy.
When I started working at Acuity Healthcare, I was excited to be hired as the Vice President of Communications. My new position included all the traditional responsibilities, such as social and media relations, press releases, and newsletters.
Being new, I’m able to observe the team here at Acuity Specialty Hospital of Southern New Jersey fulfill the spirit of patient safety.
James Gyorko knew that something was wrong. He started to complain of shortness of breath, and was diagnosed with pneumonia at a local hospital. He ended up on a ventilator at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System.
Melvin Jones walked into the emergency room of a community hospital just four days after Christmas in 2017 and 14 days before he turned 47. This visit was one of multiple visits he had taken to an ER, so he wasn’t unduly alarmed from what he saw.
Leadership and other management qualities are often compared to sports. A great passion of mine is football, specifically Philadelphia Eagles football.
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Really big snow storms – and even every day, run-of-the-mill snowfalls – create a risk by shoveling. Pushing a heavy snow blower also can cause injury. And, there’s the cold factor.
Winter dangers, such as broken bones from falls on ice, or breathing problems caused by cold air, can be worrisome, especially for older adults.