Marcus-David Peters had just left his job teaching high school biology and arrived at his second job at a hotel, where he worked as a security guard, when he apparently began to experience a mental health
- About Health
A call to action published in the journal of Global Mental Health urges the field of Global Mental Health to reexamine how racism can be better addressed within their research agendas. The article was written by Stevan Weine, a psychiatrist and Director of the Center for Global Health at the UIC College of Medicine.
Weine claims that the international solidarity shown in support of the Black Lives Matter movement ought to inspire the field of Global Mental Health to take inventory of its own practices. In particular, he calls on the field to reflect on how it may contribute to modern-day colonialism and work toward actively addressing racism.
Despite the known toll racism
Carol A Santella of Interviews to Fame confirmed the official launch of a focused global search for Advanced Energy and Integrative Medical Professionals. These interviews and publications will offer education, problems/solutions, debunk misconceptions regarding Energy Medicine; go beyond the standard medical principles which have become increasingly less effective and go beyond bioenergetic medicine.
Explaining the search process, Santella said: “This is an important search as is the information on health restoration, the microbiome, epigenetics, miasms, the glymphatic and lymphatic systems, interstitium and more.
I’m reaching out to a select group of self-aware and evolved professionals who demonstrate their position as true advocates for the success and wellbeing of their patients and clients.
Professionals, to be spotlighted, and who at the same time are committed to spreading the word about this new health paradigm and all that is involved in making this a true health movement- one so vitally necessary for
The national movement to grant nurse practitioners (NPs) greater autonomy reached critical mass this week when California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill that will allow NPs to practice on their own after a minimum of 3 years working under a physician’s supervision. Under current state law, NPs must always be supervised by a doctor.
The new law, enacted despite strong opposition from the California Medical Association (CMA), is scheduled to take effect January 1, 2023.
California joins 22 other states that allow NPs to practice independently, according to the California Association for Nurse Practitioners (CANP). Depending on how NP autonomy is defined, the number of states might be as high as 30, Joanne Spetz, PhD, a health economics professor at the University of California San Francisco, told Medscape Medical News.
About a dozen of those states passed their laws within the past decade, Spetz noted, and California is
By Howard Hayes
At times, it’s mind-boggling to consider the things that have happened this year. This time last year I was listening to Bill Withers and hoping one day to see him in concert. Fast-forward to 2020 and I’m listening to the late Withers’ music to cope with a pandemic and the cruelties of racial injustice.
I am an educator at the Goodman Community Center, where we’ve been doing in-person programming four days a week (with limited youth) since June 22. I work with kids only a few years younger than 23-year-old Elijah McClain, who
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