In this time of the pandemic, it is important to equip ourselves with some of the basic things to do to avoid acquiring the deadly coronavirus. An article from chron.com may help you start. Here is a good read to you all.
(BPT) – If you’re concerned about getting COVID-19, you have a good cause. According to the latest COVID-19 Data Tracker from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S. alone has already logged over 16.3 million cases and the overall weekly hospitalization rate is at its highest since the pandemic began.
While it’s critical to stay informed about the spread of the virus and know how to protect yourself and others, many people may not realize how important it is to be prepared with an action plan should an outbreak occur in your community or household.
The better informed you are, the more empowered you can feel about coping with the pandemic.
COVID-19 Preparedness Tips from a Professional Patient Advocate Who was Hospitalized
Professionally, Michelle Vogel works in patient advocacy and provider relations, helping other patients navigate the healthcare system. That experience has taught her that sometimes, patients must be proactive and push to find their best options. Preparing as much as possible in advance is paramount.
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The dedication of front liners for their patients is remarkable. However, sometimes, people forget that they are humans too. They too can feel burnout, stressed, and depressed, and sometimes, their job might involve when they feel down the most. They sometimes may fail to do a follow-up charting to a patient or fail to monitor a particular patient in the required time due to stress and burnout, especially after long hours of the shift.
If you are a Nurse in Houston who faces any disciplinary issues before the Texas Board of Nursing, please contact Houston nurse attorney Yong J. An, call or text at 832 428 5679 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Mr. An has represented over 100 nurses before the Texas Board of Nursing since 2006.