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9 Mental Health Resolutions for the New Year

Not all New Year’s resolutions focus on finances, weight, and …

Know, And Follow, Your “Chain of Command”

There is no doubt that whether you are a nursing student, a novice nurse or a seasoned practitioner, you have heard of the chain of [...]

Trainer Spotlight – Ryan Morton

Ryan has been practicing yoga for about 6 years, but …

Brief Reminders / Questions For New Year

Advocacy: Do you consider yourself to be an advocate for your clients? Is advocacy a part of your legal or ethical responsibilities or [...]

Advocating For Patients Is An Essential New Year’s Resolution

The New Year is upon us and customarily, you are expected to make resolutions for 2017. A resolution is characterized as a [...]

3 Reasons to try Mind / Body Marketing for Yoga Professionals

When we address human beings as a whole entity, we …

New Year’s Resolutions: Hope vs. Doubt

At this time of year, almost everyone is wishing each …

Shortcuts In Patient Care Are Legally Unsound

Probably all of you at one time or another have been tempted to take a shortcut here or there in patient care. Perhaps you are running [...]

6 Steps to Helping your Clients Keep those New Year’s Resolutions

Around the world at this time of the year, gyms …

The Elephant in the Room. Is Your LLC or Business Entity Insured?

Starting your own private practice is a significant milestone. It means you’re ready to hang out your shingle and stand behind a clinic [...]

The Importance of Patient-Centered Communication

What would nursing be without communication and communicating with patients, patient’s families, other staff members, and other team [...]

“Suicide Runs” Directed By Personal Trainer Result In Client Injury And Lawsuit

According to the allegations of a recent lawsuit filed in a Pennsylvania federal court, a 61 year old client of a personal trainer [...]

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