DISC and other behavioral style assessments have results that typically remain unchanged over time because they gauge how a person is hard-wired. Emotional Intelligence (EQ), on the other hand, increases...
Validating fears helps shift patients’ palliative care expectations: study
Feb 16, 2022
Patients and family members are better able to consider end-of-life care recommendations when their healthcare provider focuses on changing expectations rather than on changing emotions, researchers have...
Clinical briefs for Monday, Oct. 18
Oct 18, 2021
Operators urged to provide more emotional support for nursing assistants after pandemic’s costly toll … Telehealth continues to substitute for in-person care for seniors, but rural use lags … Sleep...
Support needed soon after dementia diagnosis to lower suicide risk, researchers say
Mar 30, 2021
Suicide attempts are more likely in newly diagnosed individuals, according to a new study. The authors urge clinicians to connect patients to a variety of supportive services.
Supporting family members bolsters patient care: study
Mar 08, 2018
Residents who can’t express their wishes about medical care can leave family members emotionally drained.