#talktosupport: Supporting each other one conversation at a time

By: on 4/17/20

#talktosupport Supporting each other one conversation at a time These are unprecedented times for our frontline teams when healthcare facilities are turning into battlegrounds. Talk2Support guide can help in having supportive conversations while managing stress and burn-out. Take a moment to be there for each other.

Continue reading

COVID 19 Resource Page

By: on 4/17/20

Our top priority right now is to protect the health and safety of frontline clinicians and nurses who are working round the clock to meet those most in need. To support them, we are making the COVID 19 resource page available with the latest and up-to-date evidence-based information. Resources Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) … Continue reading “COVID 19 Resource Page”

Continue reading

Pivoting to Online Teaching

By: on 4/17/20

This is the best time clinical educators can try their hands with exploring ways to start teaching online. There is a plethora of new tools and technologies available out there and for someone who is just starting to get a grip on online teaching, it might seem intimidating at the best. We bring you some simple tips … Continue reading “Pivoting to Online Teaching”

Continue reading

Coronavirus Disease-Precautions Nurses Must Practice!

By: on 4/17/20

With Coronavirus Disease entering India, the scare is real. If you are a health professional, you are expected to know what to do with a person suspected to have infection landing in your hospital but also protect yourself. Nurses are no doubt the first contact who encounter a patient in an emergency situation and with … Continue reading “Coronavirus Disease-Precautions Nurses Must Practice!”

Continue reading

Leading thought leaders in medical education

By: on 4/17/20

The environment in which medical students learn today is vastly different than it was 20 years ago when the Internet was not such a dominant tool in medical education. E-learning platforms are now increasingly utilized by medical schools around the world and comprise adaptive tutorials, audiovisual clips, and virtual models. E-learning will undoubtedly have a … Continue reading “Leading thought leaders in medical education”

Continue reading

Florence Nightingale-“The Lady with the Lamp”

By: on 4/17/20

Florence Nightingale

THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION has designated 2020 as the “Year of the Nurse”, marking 200 years since the birth of Florence Nightingale. So if Florence Nightingale would time travel to the present would she be impressed with the innovation and advancement in the Nursing profession? To answer this, it is important to look at what’s … Continue reading “Florence Nightingale-“The Lady with the Lamp””

Continue reading
Top