SLPs Wanted at “The Crossroads of America”…Indiana! It is said that “all roads lead to Rome”, but in the history of the U.S…”all roads lead through Indiana”. In fact, Indiana boasts more interstate miles per square mile than any other state. The state’s history as a transportation hub includes over 24,000 river miles and over ….
“The Land of 10,000 Lakes”- Land of 10,000 Healthcare Opportunities Minnesota certainly lives up to its Dakota derived name of “Clear Blue Water”. It is an outdoorsman’s paradise in all four seasons: from “Grumpy Old Men” winter ice fishing at Wabasha, to spring biking along the Glacial Lakes State Trail from Willmar, to enjoying fall ….
Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn, recently posted an article entitled “What Makes a Truly Great Product Great?” As he notes the term “great” can be highly subjective, but successful product development requires everyone to be “working from the same playbook”. As with many LinkedIn Influencers, his insights have a broader application than perhaps intended. His ….
Every 13 seconds someone in America suffers a brain injury! Add to that the latest statistic showing that 19% of 2.7 million military veterans have suffered a TBI and the numbers are thought provoking to say the least. The Dana Foundation is committed to raising awareness about brain research and brain rehabilitation for these injuries, ….
Almost 800,000 people a year suffer a new or recurrent stroke according to the American Heart Association. While mortality is declining, stroke remains the leading cause of adult disability. Prevailing wisdom has been that improvement from stroke-induced aphasia maximizes at one year post-incident. However, a new study suggests quite the opposite. All study participants were ….
Chronic fatigue, cognitive impairment and reduced overall fitness following heart failure can affect a patient’s ability to perform everyday activities and their mindset. The role of occupational therapy in recovery from heart failure, as stipulated by AOTA, is to address: “ strategies to conserve energy and reduce the demands of activities, while integrating appropriate physical ….
A 2011 University of Findlay, OH survey noted that while most physical therapists support cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention behaviors in theory, many do not put it into practice, especially when it comes to patient education regarding medications, BMI etc. The work concluded that CVD patient education was practiced more by APTA Cardiopulmonary (CP) section members ….
“It All Starts in DC” for Nurses Among its other distinctions, Washington, D.C. has the highest wine consumption per capita, the third lowest obesity rate and the second highest rate of health insurance coverage in the nation. Nonetheless, it is somehow fitting to note as we celebrate “American Heart Month” in February, that our nation’s ….
Being the most vital part of the human body, the heart remains the common focus of most technologies today to make sure it is in perfect shape. As part of the celebration of Heart month in February, we want to inspire you on how you can maintain your healthy heart by providing you with inspirational quotes that ….
This is the 51st year since President Lyndon Johnson proclaimed February as American Heart Month across our nation. Since that time, advances in research and technology have enhanced our knowledge and reduced unnecessary deaths. But heart disease remains the #1 killer of women and men in this country. So while great strides continue to be ….
TO YOUR HEALTH – HIGHLIGHTS FROM CES 2015 Some of the most practical and exciting products exhibited at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) each year are in the health category, and this year was no exception. Here are five currently or soon to be on the market innovations revealed at the event held January 6-9 ….
“Nebraska Nice” For Healthcare Professionals The Cornhusker State has always defied any quick impressions or generalizations. Once dubbed “The Great American Desert”, it is in fact mostly verdant soil and the top supplier of the world’s red meat, soybeans and corn. But Nebraska is more than just an agricultural powerhouse. Crossing the state one can ….
A new year is here, and many of us will be reviewing what we learned in 2014 to better our lives and our careers in 2015. Traditionally, January and February are peak recruitment/hiring months with a significant advantage to the earliest applicants. Industry analysts are predicting anywhere from a 3-5% growth rate for healthcare professions. ….
There is still time to show that Registered Nurse or Nurse Manager in your life how much you appreciate their dedication and service. Try our suggestions for ten great gifts that will show how much you care. Follow allwrite4u’s board Ten Last Minute Gifts for Your Favorite Nurse on Pinterest.
Speech Language Pathologists give others their voices. This is the time of year to show appreciation for all that they do to change lives, by making theirs a little better. Here are ten ideas to show that you care in the Pinterest Board below. Follow allwrite4u’s board Centra’s Top Ten SLP Presents For 2014 on ….
Fall foliage, the Napa Valley crush and Halloween costumes aside, October is also Physical Therapy Month. Centra would like to honor all of the hardworking and committed therapists that daily improve our quality of life and mobility, but often go unrecognized. The Pinterest Board below is dedicated to PTs everywhere…22 years and counting! Follow allwrite4u’s ….