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John Gardner’s wonderful essay, written in 1990, takes on increased relevance today, as working Baby Boomers are aging, and employees of every age are faced with the likelihood of multiple job (or even career) changes over a lifetime: Personal Renewal … Continue reading
Check out our recent letter to the editor about including psychologists on integrated-care teams: Letter to the Editor, Monitor on Psychology, August 2014 What are your thoughts on serving chronically ill and elder populations?
Price’s article on avoiding the dangers of narcissists in power is helpful, but it doesn’t go quite far enough: 8 Ways to Deal with a Narcissistic Boss To the point: Do you really want to pin your income on such … Continue reading
Summer is a good time to catch up on your not-so-light reading, and the Journal of the American Medical Association has some great recent offerings, including: How to Read a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis and Apply the Results to Patient … Continue reading
Dr. Gary Metcalf recently shared information on the 2014 proceedings of the International Federation for Systems Research (IFSR): Metcalf-Rethinking Complexity blog post The article mentions the use of these discussions by “interested people” as a “next step”. However, I’ve found a … Continue reading
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For a look at how another health care system is assessing the quality of care and support services for adults, see the following free report from the United Kingdom’s Department of Health: Adult Social Care Outcomes report from the UK … Continue reading
Moving in a new professional direction? Baby steps are low-risk and can provide great learning opportunities! Dream Big and Start Small What steps will you take this week?
Save Your Life Check out Tom Gardner’s interesting summary of how to counteract the negative health effects of office work. Cheers!