NEW BOOK: Bringing Shadow Behavior Into the Light of Day: Understanding & Effectively Managing Bullying & Incivility in Healthcare by Phyllis S. Quinlan, PhD, RN-BC

Skills and knowledge alone are not enough to ensure the consistent level of staff engagement needed to achieve patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes necessary for success in the 21st-century. Positive attitudes and collegial behaviors are now vital to realizing strategic benchmarks and goals. The distraction of laboring within an unhealthy work environment will handicap the […]

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Reducing Incidents of Workers Compensation Claims in the Healthcare Industry

  One of the costliest risks that afflict the healthcare industry in Australia is injuries suffered by healthcare workers including doctors and nurses. Even though the healthcare and professional liability claims are much more stringent and severe, the annual cost of worker’s compensation claims aggregates to an amount much larger than liability claims in organizations […]

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4 Eye Care Tips from Eye Specialists A Guest Post by Personal Eyes

To imagine a life without the ability to see all the beauty around us is nothing less than a nightmare. So it’s evident why you need to take good care of your eyes and prevent them from suffering any kind of damage. Even a slight problem with your vision can be very distressful and might […]

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Helping a Senior Regain Confidence after a Fall A Guest Post by Natalie Kelly

Originally posted August 22, 2017: https://www.fivestarseniorliving.com/blog/health-wellness/helping-a-senior-regain-confidence-after-a-fall   Did you know that once you reach the age of 65 you have a one in four chance of falling? And that falls are the number one cause of injuries for older Americans each year? With statistics like these, it’s easy to see why falling is a major concern for […]

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