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How to Cope With Pandemic Burnout
Prolonged uncertainty and cumulative trauma are leaving many fatigued and stressed. Here are some tips from mental health experts for accepting change, managing anxiety and mental fog.
In Stressful Times, Physician Helps Students and Healthcare Providers Use Art to Decompress
Jefferson Artist-in-Residence Dr. Nazanin Moghbeli finds inspiration at the bedside.
What Are Vital Components of Effective Counseling for Substance-Abuse Patients?
Examining addiction’s impact on family members and the importance of cultural humility.
My Coming Out Story
Medical student Paul Endres shares his journey and gives advice to others.
Pandemic Puts College of Population Health and Its Students in the Spotlight
It took a global health crisis for people to understand what population health is, Dr. David Nash says.
How Can Researchers Address Psychosocial Needs That Arise During Care Transitions?
Advocating for vulnerable populations to improve the care experience and health outcomes.
Does Art Reduce Bias Among Healthcare Providers?
Jefferson researchers explores exhibit’s potential impact on the perceptions that future healthcare providers have of survivors of sexual violence.
Movie Explores How Med Students’ Passions Will Make Them Better, Healthier Physicians
Sidney Kimmel Medical College student Ryan Emhoff developed the documentary through JeffMD curriculum.
Pre-Med Student Works to Improve Access to Safe Water in Kenya
Michele Ganz raises money and awareness to build water towers and improve infrastructure.
How Can Occupational Therapy Help Children with Autism?
Using sensory integration therapy tools can help patients and families live more successful and satisfying lives.
Essays Offer a Snapshot During a Turbulent Time
Winners of the Drs. Theresa and Charles Yeo Writing Prize pen stories to share with future generations.