While it is true that COVID-19 is affecting patients and their families, it is also having a large impact on healthcare providers. This article clearly illustrates how healthcare workers are being impacted emotionally and mentally by the covid-19 pandemic.
Undoubtedly, there are occasions when we cannot find the right word to use, use the wrong one or are at a total loss of words. To some people and in some situations, such a word error may be seen as no big deal. However, this may not be the case, as Lorna Kay Thomas discusses in her blog post, “A Small Victory: Changing the CBC’s use of “drug abuser.”
What are you doing on June 24th at 12:00 p.m. EST? Here is a webcast that you may find interesting.
“Patient Engagement: Looking Towards the New Normal
In this session, Dr. Monica Reed will explore the evolution of patient engagement from the seeds of measuring “satisfaction” and tracking “experience” to building true collaborative “engagement.” With an eye to the future coupled with the lessons we can take from our collective response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Reed leverages research and patient stories to identify key components for building Patient Engagement Culture moving forward. Key focus areas include:
Consumerism and diversity
Collaboration throughout the care ecosystem.”
Click on the link below to register for this webcast.
COVID-19 has brought about many changes, one of which can include how we access healthcare. Not surprisingly, there are many questions people are asking themselves including: When should I go to an emergency room? Is diagnostic testing for non-COVID-19-related issues being done? How does a person see a specialist? Can I make an appointment to see my personal physician? If so, how is this done?
In the video below, Dr. Sheila Wijayasinghe looks at these and other questions and explains how to get the care needed during the ongoing pandemic.
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