Combating Diet Demons: How to Treat Eating and Weight Issues

In treating clients with eating and weight issues, it is important to stay open to all aspects of their concerns, especially with regard to underlying emotional causes and accompanying co-occurring disorders. It is helpful for clinicians to address eating and weight issues from an acceptance framework, which assists clients with regard to validation and self-esteem building, ultimately leading to successful treatment outcomes. Finding solutions for eating and weight issues clients include incorporating tips and techniques from the Health At Every Size (HAES) movement and Recovery TOTS (Tools of Twelve Step).
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Occupational health in the context of COVID-19 and beyond

Health workers are at the front line of the COVID-19 outbreak response and as such are exposed to different hazards that put them at risk.
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A post-pandemic 3D view of the patient and supply journey

In this panel discussion with experts from 4G Clinical, THREAD Research and World Courier, learn how key technology providers can collaborate to deliver modern clinical trials on-site and at home.
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IASLC Educational Webinars

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IASLC webinars bring the most contemporary trends and latest developments in the lung cancer directly to you. The webinars produced by the IASLC provide in-depth coverage on a diverse array of topics related to the prevention, detection, diagnosis, treatment of lung cancer and other thoracic malignancies each complete with a question and answer session that allows you to interact directly with experts in the field.
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Driving Better Patient Experiences Through Workflow Technology

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As a healthcare provider, delivering great patient and staff experiences are critical. HIMSS Media and ServiceNow recently conducted a joint survey of your peers to understand how hospitals are driving better patient and business outcomes by leveraging technology to create more efficient workflows. While some of the results were expected, some may surprise you.
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