A More Equitable Society Requires We Address Our Own Implicit Bias

A More Equitable Society Requires We Address Our Own Implicit Bias

Understandably, organizations today have an increased sense of urgency about improving their diversity training. But many don’t understand that the real challenge with the ethnicity and gender issues may well be our neurobiological response rather than our conscious reactions. This poses both an opportunity and a deep-seated threat to making real progress in social equity. The opportunity is our collective
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When Your Home Is Your Office: Avoiding Telework Burnout

When Your Home Is Your Office: Avoiding Telework Burnout

It was 4:15 a.m. when Maria was awakened by the ding of an email. She works for a government consulting firm, and they had a proposal due to the government the next day. Maria still hadn’t finished the graphics or the management section. She staggered out of bed and onto her computer to check her email. As her hand reached
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Creating a Safe Workplace During COVID-19

Creating a Safe Workplace During COVID-19

This short story by Christopher McCoy, Greenleaf contributing writer, illustrates applying trauma-informed design to an office coping with reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic. The techniques used in this fictional setting come from a variety of sources.
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COVID-19 Messaging in Somalia: Unplug to Connect

COVID-19 Messaging in Somalia: Unplug to Connect

People in developing countries often contend with a range of ongoing stressors from active conflict, post-conflict transition, fragile governance structures, and economic uncertainty to name a few.
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Will I Be Hurt by Going to Work Today?

Will I Be Hurt by Going to Work Today?

Already struggling in a system-wide burnout crisis, COVID-19 responders in healthcare now have reason to worry.
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A Gift of Restoration for You

A Gift of Restoration for You

Do you need a nap, but are open to other ways of showing love to your mind and body? Then you are primed for a half-hour of Yoga Nidra. Next to leading people in Laughter Yoga, teaching Yoga Nidra is among my favorite practices to do in the world.
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Healthcare workers face diverse and growing on-the-job stress exposures

Other than burnout, what hurts for healthcare workers and learners?

Clinicians and other healthcare workers, as well as trainees and students, face diverse, cumulative, and synergistic toxic exposures that can lead to distress.
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Healthy Eating – Let's Do This!

Healthy Eating – Let’s Do This!

You want to look and feel amazing. You read cutting-edge information on health, and it speaks to you. You see a path forward, feel fired-up and motivated to take charge of your health. Your kitchen is full of superfoods, and your blender sits out on your kitchen shelf – handy for making smoothies. You’re ready to make healthier choices!
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