The Case for Scheduling Everything

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story The Case for Scheduling Everything Workers want to have more control over their precious hours and avoid burnout. What if the secret is a calendar full of meetings as well as “me” time? Credit…Bryce Wymer July 23, 2021, 5:00 a.m. ET Before… Read More »

Essential Reads: SBIRT for Women with Alcohol and Drug Use During Pregnancy

Critical to the wellbeing of pregnant women and their infants is universal screening for drug and alcohol use. This is an essential first step in identifying women with harmful substance use and connecting them with appropriate services.  Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment or SBIRT has been shown to be a quick and effective… Read More »

The Mind-Changing Power of Pets

Last fall, like seemingly every other person you know, I adopted a pandemic pet—Kai, a rambunctious ten-month-old Lab-golden mix. After a year of watching cats’ tails meandering by patients’ screens or hearing puppies barking in the background, I realized I wanted a pet, too. Perhaps I needed one. Any mental-health professional will tell you that… Read More »