Covid-19 is a threat to most teams and particularly to those delivering health care. Healthcare systems depend on teams working interdependently to coordinate safe care within a complex, high stakes work environment. So what gives some teams an edge over others? To understand this, we need to open the black box and recognise the nuancesContinue reading “Covid-19: is Psychological Safety our secret weapon in teams?”
The stark reality of COVID-19 hit as I, along with my classmates, were completing our final clinical placement, a moment that is usually seen as the beginning of the end of your physiotherapy degree. Looking back on college in the time of this pandemic, there were definitely positives and negatives. Commute time was drastically reduced,Continue reading “Healthcare Education in the Time of COVID-19”
The Experience of the RCSI School of Physiotherapy during the COVID-19 Pandemic In this blog, we want to share our experience of dealing with COVID-19 in the teaching, learning and assessment of our physiotherapy students. As a University of Medicine and Health Sciences, RCSI is well known for its international footprint. This, alongside our world-leadingContinue reading “Transitioning to a Virtual Campus”
Many disciplines contribute to the delivery of our Health Services, from primary care to acute hospital care. These include medicine, nursing, health and social care professions and pharmacy. As a hospital psychologist, I’m acutely aware of the additional ancillary disciplines, such as administrators, cleaners, caterers, porters, IT-experts, and security-personnel that also make invaluable contributions toContinue reading “Staff Self-Care in the Context of COVID”
Palliative care is an interdisciplinary approach to care of people with active, progressive, far-advanced disease, for whom the focus of care is the relief or prevention of suffering.