WHEN – It’s Time!
June 19, 2020

WHEN – It’s Time!

For most of us, this COVID19 isolation and interruption to life as we knew it, has been challenging, to say the least. Many have been forced into new roles, isolated with (or sometimes without) our families, work models are changing and, in some cases, disappearing. We have also been forced, in my view, to acknowledge [...]

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Creating Your New Normal
June 11, 2020

Creating Your New Normal

What does a “new normal” life look like for me? We have been living through an incredible time. The coronavirus has struck the whole world with over 100,000 deaths and counting. We have been sheltering at home and spending more time with spouses and children than we ever have. Parents have no school to drop [...]

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Wake-up Call for Those Working from Home
June 10, 2020

Wake-up Call for Those Working from Home

It started off just like any other January 1 for many people – engaging in New Year’s celebrations while making weight loss goals and renewing resolutions. Many set goals, but do not make a true effort to change, which makes it impossible to reach them. I believe that the events of 2020 are happening as [...]

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Who’s in Charge? You or your Smartphone?
October 24, 2019

Who’s in Charge? You or your Smartphone?

We love our tech devices, and why not? They provide the ability to stay in touch with family and friends, work remotely, read emails, listen to podcasts, check social media, Twitter, or Snapchat, make purchases, Google information, take pictures – all good things… to a point. Recently I’ve noticed an abundance of articles and research […]

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Three Ways Patients Can Help Alleviate Physician Burnout
October 18, 2019

Three Ways Patients Can Help Alleviate Physician Burnout

By Debra J. Stevens   The profession responsible for treating the ills of others is facing an epidemic of its own – physician burnout. A startling 44% of surveyed healthcare providers described themselves as burned out in the Medscape 2019 National Physician Burnout, Depression & Suicide Report. The report defines burnout as “long-term, unresolvable job […]

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What, How, WHEN… Wellness in the Workplace
September 16, 2019

What, How, WHEN… Wellness in the Workplace

I recently attended a panel discussion about Wellness in the Workplace facilitated by Founder and Chief WHEN Officer, Randy Miller. The conversation was dynamic, engaging – and also surprising to me that after 25+ years as an industry professional, there is still ambiguity around what wellness means. Panelists at the event, sponsored by AZ BizLink, […]

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