Health Care Workers Face Pandemic Trauma

Health Care Workers Face Pandemic Trauma

We need to expand our understanding of trauma. Often, attention goes to the military and their experiences of “soldiering,” but a wide range of experiences results in trauma. The child removed from a dangerous home only to be placed in a dangerous foster care...
Truth in Advertising

Truth in Advertising

With the voting finally over, Americans may be as divided as ever, but at least we can celebrate together the end of campaign advertisements until the next election. Our blood boils and we shake our heads with consternation that anyone could believe the most polished...
It’s All Happened Before

It’s All Happened Before

Nonessential businesses and churches forced to close. Countless students unable to attend school. Public gatherings, including sporting events, restricted to small numbers or not allowed. Face mask mandates enacted. This describes the situation in 1918 as accurately...
Pandemic Teaches Us How Dependent We Are on Each Other

Pandemic Teaches Us How Dependent We Are on Each Other

No one questions whether hospitals are essential, particularly in the age of COVID-19. Yet, we need to look deeper at the macro economy that supports these institutions. Hospitals are not standalone, self-sufficient villages. Like all businesses, they are connected to...