Why children must be involved in research in the aftermath of COVID-19

Why children must be involved in research in the aftermath of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic will continue to affect the lives of children even after transmission of the virus is contained. And yet, not much is known about the long-term mental health effects of large scale disease outbreaks, and experiences such as prolonged school closures and strict social distancing measures on children and youth.

Child-engaged research can play a critical role in recovery efforts for children and their communities in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic…READ ON

Future Of Work: The 5 Biggest Workplace Trends In 2022

Much has been written about the huge changes in our working lives during the past two years – driven of course by necessity and concerns for safety.

Future of Work: The 5 Biggest Workplace Trends In 2022
Future of Work: The 5 Biggest Workplace Trends In 2022. ADOBE STOCK

In 2022, the pandemic is very much still a fact of life for many of us. However, it’s fair to say that we’ve learned to adapt to new behavioral patterns and expectations as we do our jobs. If we are among the millions of “knowledge workers” who find ourselves with more freedom to choose when and where we work, then hopefully, we are making the most of the opportunity to strike a better balance between home and working life…READ ON

Resilience scan shows mental health nurses feeling unsupported in workplace

Mental health nurses are feeling unsupported in the face of a poor workplace culture, a survey has revealed.

Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation Tasmania branch secretary Emily Shepherd said the results of the first resilience scan conducted by management of Statewide Mental Health Services were disappointing, but unsurprising…READ ON

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