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Mental Health Awareness Month 2021 Toolkit

Mental Health America (MHA) started Mental Health Month in 1949 to communicate the importance of mental health to overall health. MHA …

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Managing Mental Health During & In The Aftermath Of A Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has exerted significant effects on mental health. The prescription of anti-anxiety and antidepressant medications has increased, as …

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Balancing Act: Preventing Burnout For Health Care Professionals During The Coronavirus Pandemic & Times Of Crisis

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Is There Value In Staffing Ratios?

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Trauma Informed Care: Relevance In Primary Care & Mental Health Settings

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Addressing Acute Stress Reactions After Exposure To Trauma Or Crisis: Evidence For The SIX C Psychological First Aid Model

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Psychiatric Illness Identification & Treatment For Mass Casualty Event Survivors & First Responders (Emergency Relief Series Part 2)

Psychiatric illnesses are common among survivors of man-made mass casualty incidents. The symptoms and conditions experienced can even be experienced …

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Mental Health Considerations After A Natural Disaster: Clinical Pearls For Those In Nature’s Path (Emergency Relief Series Part 1)

Health care professionals play an important role in assessing patients and providing services and support after the occurrence of a …

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Staff Vacancies Just Got A Little More Important & Complicated

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Webinar Summary – The Aftermath Of Suicide: What Can Be Done & How Should We Talk About It?

This summary was developed utilizing the full recorded presentation of this webinar. You can access the full sourcing, polling results, …

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The Aftermath Of Suicide: What Can Be Done & How Should We Talk About It?

Recent Center for Disease Control statistics indicate a 28% rise in suicide-related deaths between 1999-2016 in the United States. Suicide …

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High Turnover, The Other Staffing Issue

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Work-Related Stressors Among Health Care Professionals

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Resident Wellness: Institutional Trends Over 10 Years Since 2003

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After A Natural Disaster Or Tragedy: Debriefing & Self-Care For Health Care Professionals (Part 5 Of 9)

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Webinar Summary – Avoiding Burnout: Learning To Live & Work Well In Health Care

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Avoiding Burnout: Learning To Live & Work Well In Health Care

Health care professionals involved in the care of patients with mental health issues, including physicians, nurses, social workers, and others, …

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Staff Is Your Biggest Investment & Your Greatest Asset – Unless They Burnout

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Focus On Wellness: Fighting Provider Burnout – Finding The Balance (Part 2 Of 2)

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Focus On Wellness: Fighting Provider Burnout – Recognizing The Risk (Part 1 Of 2)

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Trauma Informed Care Across The Lifespan: A Nursing Perspective

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Major Depressive Disorder: Burden & Impact Beyond The Sufferer

Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a debilitating disease that affects approximately 7% of adults in the US. In this webinar, experienced …

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