Part Two: A letter to high-achieving healthcare professionals in the midst of burnout

By Amber Pena Posey, APRN, PMHNP-BC, FNP-BC “Sadness is but a wall between two gardens.” —Kahlil Gibran As I noted in my last article, a self-assessment provides clarity for both your particular risks and unique solutions for burnout. Along with

Employee Spotlight: Mili Bhatia

Mili is the SVP of Client Services at Survey Healthcare Global, the client research side of OpinionSite. Get to know more about her below! What do you love about working in the life science industry? I love that part of

Pride and Visibility: Perspective from a New Grad RN

By Joshua Smith, RN This is the first Pride Month that I am ringing in as a registered nurse, and while I have been out and proud for 13 years or so, I’m experiencing a renewed connection to the importance

Reframing Mental Health Awareness Month

By Lanie Fercilien, PA-C Happy Mental Health Awareness Month! But wait… is it really happy? What does mental health awareness truly mean? I’ve always struggled with the idea of dedicating a single month to a specific cause. While it’s important

Depression in a Primary Care Setting

By Tim Dolan PA-C The United States continues to struggle to provide mental health care to our citizens. The burden of mental health often falls onto emergency rooms, EMT’s and police services. Our responsibility, as primary care providers, is to

Coming Home: A two-part letter to high-achieving healthcare professionals in the midst of burnout

By Amber Pena Posey “Peace is not the absence of chaos or conflict, but rather finding yourself in the midst of that chaos and remaining calm in your heart.” ― John Mroz When I first entered the field, I naively

My Concern for the Rise of COVID-19 in the Hispanic Population

By Ingrid Pinzon, MD FACP As a Hispanic doctor, born in Colombia, I am concerned about the rise in COVID-19 cases in the Hispanic population. I think that one of the most important factors is the lack of education. Patients

The Coronavirus Task Force — Where Did it Go?

By Harris Cohen, MD The United States continues to be a standout on the world stage, but not in a positive way. For a country with tremendous wealth, intelligence, and resources, our coronavirus response has been embarrassing at best, abysmal

Women in Medicine: Challenges to Develop Career in Bench to Bedside

By Nowreen Haq, MD Over the last decade, professional communities as well as institutional healthcare policy makers have turned their attention to ensure professional development in early and mid-career female physicians. Through various skill building programs for effective work life

The Future of Healthcare Is Female

By Yvonne Hawkins, MD There is a healthcare revolution brewing, and females are at the forefront. Let me begin by saying that this is not a feminist diatribe of the appalling inequality we are subjected to in our professional settings.