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Dozens of children exposed to health care worker with whooping cough

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A healthcare worker with whooping cough has been in contact with dozens of mothers and their children in Melbourne, alarming families who fear an outbreak of the potentially deadly disease. 504 more words

Health

CAREGIVERS: Empathy may lead to compassion fatigue

Caregivers are required to be empathetic with patients, patients’ families, co-workers – and that is before going home to meet the needs of their own families.   80 more words

Posted By Kim Garber

Arts Training for Health Care Workers?

Durham University’s Centre for Medical Humanities explores the connection between medicine, the humanities and the social sciences. It aims to investigate how collaboration between these three diverse fields may enhance our well-being. 266 more words

Reflective Writing

A question on medication

I’d like to start this post with a disclaimer: I am not a medically trained professional. I have never studied medicine or psychiatry. I have studied child and adolescent mental health but not in connection to medications or the biological effects of conditions and treatments. 872 more words

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Alberta health-care workers suspended for patient privacy breach - Calgary - CBC News

CBC News has confirmed that one health-care employee has been fired and 47 other workers in Calgary are facing disciplinary action this afternoon for “inappropriately” accessing a patient’s information.

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Hospital News

Nepean – Q & A from Electors: How will the MLPC support health care for Canadians?

Q: What does your party propose to support health care for Canadians?

A: Canadians’ right to publicly-funded, delivered and controlled health care must be enshrined in a new and modern Constitution given rise to by Canadians. 481 more words

Canada

7 things you shouldn't say to someone with DID

When you’re talking to someone with any mental health problem the language you use can mean everything. Whether you are a friend, relative, employer or health professional. 1,737 more words

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