Seeking a deeper understanding of mental health issues in transgender patients? Our new article details risk factors, assessment techniques, and self-managed coping strategies to guide your practice.
Staying Ahead of the Curve: How Peer-to-Peer Online Learning Keeps Clinicians Updated on Healthcare Advances
Are you a healthcare professional striving to keep up with the ever-evolving advancements in your field? Dive into an exciting, enjoyable approach to peer-to-peer learning. Discover how collaboration and real-time interaction with colleagues across the country can revolutionize the way you stay updated and make more informed decisions for patient care.
Gather-ed provides a unique, flexible learning environment for healthcare professionals. Learn more about our innovative approach to continuing medical education in our latest article.
Find out in our latest article how the strive for cultural competency, particularly in the care of LGBTQ+ patients, can sometimes lead to unintended consequences and overshadow the importance of authenticity.
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Redefining Nursing Skills for the Digital Age: How Standardized Patients Enhance Telemedicine Training
From remote patient assessment to home-care instructions, telemedicine nursing is a world of its own. Read our latest article to find out how remote standardized patients can help nurses refine their skills in this exciting new field.
Investing in Standardized Patients: The Smart Move for Health System Success and Patient Satisfaction
Standardized patients, especially those based remotely, offer myriad benefits to reinforce your hospital’s commitment to top-tier patient care.
Gaining insight into an LGBTQ+ patient's sexual health history is essential for assessing their HIV risk and determining if Preexposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is something they might need. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a comprehensive guideline...
Working to improve your conversations about sexual health with LGBTQ patients? Here are five key techniques to help your patients feel respected and seen.