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OT in the ED – one size doesn’t fit all!

Nicole Bensink - occupational therapist This October marks the 21st year celebrating World Occupational Therapy Day, a profession that has been around since the early 1900s and one that I have been practicing in for over a decade. Occupational Therapy (OT) in the Emergency Department however, remains an emerging area of OT and so we… Continue reading OT in the ED – one size doesn’t fit all!

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Caring for the Care Givers – WRaP EM meets Mind Check HP

Dr Amy KwanDirector and Clinical PsychologistBA (Psych) MEd (C.Psych) DPsych (Clin) MAPS 1. MINDCHECK HP provides psychology services for health professionals. How can a psychologist help a health professional in the area of wellness in general? In particular how can it help a performance throughout a health care career? A psychologist can help drive real… Continue reading Caring for the Care Givers – WRaP EM meets Mind Check HP

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RUOK: Which is harder – To Ask or Be Asked?

Foreword by Shahina Braganza  During events around RUOK day 2020, WRaPEM founder Úna Harrington contemplated the idea and intention behind RUOK? She pondered the experience of being on the receiving end of the question, and wondered whether the confidence we have developed in asking RUOK is as yet matched by the confidence we have in answering it.   WRaPEM’s call to action… Continue reading RUOK: Which is harder – To Ask or Be Asked?

Podcasts

Podcast – Connection and Belonging – Part 2 – what does it mean in our workplaces?

By Dr Ashwini Amaratunga This is part 2 of the Wellness Week 2021 podcast on Connection and Belonging. Today I continue the discussion with Charley, Una and Shahina. We discuss how we create this sense of connection and belonging, whose responsibility is it, and what are the barriers to creating it. We hope you have… Continue reading Podcast – Connection and Belonging – Part 2 – what does it mean in our workplaces?