Resources for Hospital Administrators
SBM joined 10 other organizations in calling for health worker safeguards.
The author reflects on how COVID-19 may change our behavior permanently.
Preventing additional diseases, especially during the pandemic, is critical for keeping hospitals operational and not overwhelming medical staff.
Healthcare workers are facing unprecedented demands during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are a few strategies that healthcare workers can use to manage the challenges of the pandemic.
In pre-COVID-19 times, an estimated 16% of emergency room physicians and 20-30% of nurses met the criteria for post-traumatic stress disorder. While we do not have data to report the impact of the global pandemic on these numbers, we can identify factors that may lead to increased risk, including witnessing numerous patient deaths, working with grieving families, being isolated, lack of personal protective equipment, and anxiety over personal health and the health of loved ones.
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19): telemedicine and remote care delivery in a time of medical crisis, implementation, and challenges
The novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus has led to many challenges throughout the world, one of which is the delivery of health care to patients while they remain home.