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Wellness Review 2022, Part 1, Martin Huecker, Brian A. Ferguson, Jacob Shreffler 2022 University of Louisville

Wellness Review 2022, Part 1, Martin Huecker, Brian A. Ferguson, Jacob Shreffler

Journal of Wellness

Introduction: This article represents the first of a two-part assessment of 2022 literature addressing wellness in healthcare professionals published from January 1, 2022 to June 30, 2022.

Methods: Three editors conducted a similar keyword search in Pubmed, also adding manually curated articles. Focusing chiefly on clinical trials and other prospective research, we settled on a final 25 significant papers focusing on wellness in medical professionals to include in this review.

Literature Review: Recent literature into HCW wellness continues to describe burnout factors and COVID-19 impact, but includes more resilience-targeting interventions and systematic reviews of trials seeking bolstering of well-being. Subsections …


Empowerment - The Fine Print Behind A Conflict, Dhruti Hirani 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Empowerment - The Fine Print Behind A Conflict, Dhruti Hirani

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This piece is about the author’s realization of the power of conflict.


The Power Of Conflict In Healthy Living, Chasity B. O’Malley 2022 Nova Southeastern University

The Power Of Conflict In Healthy Living, Chasity B. O’Malley

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This piece reflects the conflicts encountered while embracing a healthy lifestyle.


Please, Turn Off The News!, Orestes Hadjistamoulou 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Please, Turn Off The News!, Orestes Hadjistamoulou

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I love using classic icons and themes and trying to tie them with elements of modern street art I owe everything to my two corgis who are my muses.


The Power Of Conflict—A Clinical Example, Mara Seat 2022 Nova Southeastern University

The Power Of Conflict—A Clinical Example, Mara Seat

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A clinical experience with a hard conversation about the importance of vaccination. Tough conversations are often the most important.


Nick Vujicic - The Man Who Was A Force Of Power, Bhargavi Madhu 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Nick Vujicic - The Man Who Was A Force Of Power, Bhargavi Madhu

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Nick Vujicic is an inspirational speaker who was born on December 1982. He was born with out arms and legs, a rare disorder called Phocomelia. After enduring many childhood difficulties, Nick refused to give up finding refuge in religion. He became a motivational speaker and spreads the word of god through his works.


Brightness On The Other Side Of Darkness, Tejas N. Patel 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Brightness On The Other Side Of Darkness, Tejas N. Patel

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A unique perspective on how to view challenges and conflicts in life.


An Unlikely Duo, Bourann Husainy, Laura Gorenshtein 2022 Nova Southeastern University

An Unlikely Duo, Bourann Husainy, Laura Gorenshtein

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No abstract provided.


On Conflict, Brenden Huynh 2022 Nova Southeastern University

On Conflict, Brenden Huynh

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Conflict

In the past, I’ve always been one to avoid conflict. Conflict always had a negative connotation in my mind. I did whatever I could to avoid it. Because of my aversion to conflict, I have had to compromise my time and my efforts in numerous situations. I’ve held my tongue to prevent problems; but sometimes, this would lead to even more. This has affected me all my life, whether its a friend who said something I wasn’t fond of or a waitress that messed up my order, I almost never said anything simply to avoid conflict. Last year, I …


Confluency, Vania Arboleda 2022 Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Confluency, Vania Arboleda

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"Confluency"

The power of conflict leads to resolution, personal healing, and revelatory insights.

As a kid, I was taught to voice my opinion in an educated, effective, and efficient way. However, when my ideas were different from those of my peers or society, and many disagreed, I was rejected, ignored, or muted. As I grew up, I noticed that thinking out of the box was a positive feature, especially when debating ideas with friends, family, and colleagues.

Respecting our differences and disagreements is a crucial part of a healthy society. Conflict has a negative connotation; however, having a thoughtful and …


Medicine And Motherhood: The Silent Loads, Gehan A. Pendlebury 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Medicine And Motherhood: The Silent Loads, Gehan A. Pendlebury

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This poem articulates the challenging and often misunderstood experience of being a mother in medical school It describes a silent load that often takes a toll on mothers in medicine It describes the feeling of simultaneously being pulled in opposing directions, the pain of missing on special family moments and events The poem offers hope and solidarity for mothers who are enduring this unique experience.


Sorrow Cannot Resurrect, Sharon Mathew 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Sorrow Cannot Resurrect, Sharon Mathew

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The magenta skull symbolizes life and death while the sword passing through the skull is a symbol of life’s ever present cycle of conflicts, grief, and sorrow. The ambiguous gray of the sword is used to convey the fact that we will all encounter an incredibly vast variety of struggles throughout the course of our lives. It is also outlined with gold detailing as a play on the phrase “every cloud has a silver lining. As the sword pierces the skull, out pours technicolor tears and blood. The bright colors represent the immense beauty and growth that we can find …


Serenity Amidst A Firestorm, Erik Perez 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Serenity Amidst A Firestorm, Erik Perez

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The world we live in is constantly in flux. We get to experience great days, terrible days, and everything in between. This piece is a reminder that even when you feel that the world around is causing you distress, it will pass and a place of serenity can be found.


The Conflict Of Motherhood, Jaime L. Reiser 2022 Nova Southeastern University, College of Osteopathic Medicine

The Conflict Of Motherhood, Jaime L. Reiser

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These images represent the sentimental aspect of motherhood while capturing the harsh reality of the changes occurring within the female body during a really crucial time. While the baby is growing there is immense conflict and challenges the motherly body must overcome and adapt to in order to successfully carry to term and bear a child. The pressure of the growing uterus and moving baby creates ups and downs in multiple organ systems that in turn not only affect the reproductive system of a woman but every fiber of her being. The journey of motherhood is so much bigger than …


Stillness Recovers, Daliah Bryant 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Stillness Recovers, Daliah Bryant

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No abstract provided.


The Mind Vs The Body, Sarthak Parikh 2022 Nova Southeastern University

The Mind Vs The Body, Sarthak Parikh

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No abstract provided.


Introduction From The Dean, Elaine M. Wallace 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Introduction From The Dean, Elaine M. Wallace

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No abstract provided.


Hell On Earth, Elaine M. Wallace 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Hell On Earth, Elaine M. Wallace

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No abstract provided.


In The Face Of Conflict, Mohammed Khatib 2022 Nova Southeastern University

In The Face Of Conflict, Mohammed Khatib

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In the chaos of conflict, amongst the confusion, emotion, and fear lies truth like the eye of a raging storm. Within this, one may find peace, tranquility, and the storm will follow in suit.


Life Of Conflict, Joel G. Caroline 2022 Nova Southeastern University

Life Of Conflict, Joel G. Caroline

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I am a human being amongst other human being. Together we live in the miracle of nature. Parts of me include philosopher, student, therapist, helper, lover, creator, curious child. Yet I am a human being.


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