Organizations must mitigate occupational trauma and its effects

Organizations must mitigate occupational trauma and its effects

Siddharth Ashvin Shah, M.D., M.P.H. Founder and CEO Trauma. We encounter it just about everywhere we look these days. We absorb it through news stories of victims and witnesses of violent plots, shootings, and cruelty. We feel it through natural disasters, poverty, and homelessness. You don’t have to be someone’s ...
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Employee Input Is Key to Mitigating Burnout and Trauma

Employee Input Is Key to Mitigating Burnout and Trauma

Kathy Cox Chief of Staff, Director of Communications & Operations Though burnout and trauma exposure have different causes and symptoms – and require different interventions and remedies – it’s well established that both are highly toxic to the wellbeing, resilience, and health of employees. Particularly concerning is that those “helpers” ...
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9/11 Post-Traumatic Stress

Reflections on 9/11 and the Suffering of Our Helpers

Siddharth Ashvin Shah, M.D., M.P.H. Founder and CEO Although it’s been two weeks since the anniversary and remembrances of 9/11, I find myself still reflecting on how it changed the lives of so many, including my own. The horrors of that day occurred only two months after I started my ...
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teamwork and connectedness

Flatlined Connectedness: Reviving Healthcare Teams in a Disconnected Culture

Insights from Nancy Spangler, PhD  In our first blog in the Connectedness Series, we discussed the benefits and drawbacks that the advancement of technology has on connectedness in the workplace especially as it impacts the healthcare arena. However, technology is impacting connectedness in many workplaces, which makes us ask, “What ...
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