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Healthcare Burnout and How to Prevent It
March 1, 2022
Healthcare workers are integral to keeping our society healthy. They treat patients for diseases and injuries with care and compassion. They keep the world running during pandemics and medical emergencies. All of this can create long nights and exhausting and stressful shifts, leading to burnout. Healthcare burnout has led to a mass exodus of healthcare workers leaving the profession, leading to staff shortages and care shortages for patients. While we see healthcare workers as heroes, we have to remember that they are human, with their own lives and families outside of their profession in the healthcare industry. It is important that we protect our healthcare workers and do what we can to prevent burnout.
When to Talk to a Parent about Dementia
January 25, 2022
When signs of dementia first show in our parents, it may seem like small slips of memory. Maybe mom forgot where she put her car keys or dad forgot the name of his granddaughter. However, as time progresses, these memory slips become bigger and more concerning. Mom starts forgetting where her favorite clothing store is and gets lost on the way or dad leaves after putting a roast in and almost starts a house fire.
Dementia Early Signs and Progression
January 7, 2022
Currently in the United States, there are over 5.8 million people living with dementia. While this number seems high, it is projected to increase to around 14 millions Americans suffering from dementia by 2050. With so many projected and current cases, it is important to understand what dementia is and to know the early warning signs.
The Importance of Proper Infection Control in Home Health Care
December 1, 2021
Infection control should be a top priority in any health care setting, including home health care. Infection control in a home health care setting should accomplish two things. First, infection control should eliminate most causes of infection in patients. Secondly, proper infection control should improve patient healing outcomes while also keeping patients satisfied.
Nurses’ Roles in in-home Rehabilitation
October 28, 2021
Nurses play a critical role in every healthcare setting and in-home rehabilitation is no exception. Nurses create the foundation of a safe, calming, and productive in-home rehabilitation environment. Their job does not stop there! They play a significant role throughout the in-home rehabilitation process.
San Antonio Recognized as a We Honor Veterans Partner
October 13, 2021
Did you know that every year Veterans account for 25% of deaths in the US? Find out how Advanced Hospice is taking steps to better support Veterans by partnering with We Honor Veterans.