As we contemplate a pause during the holiday season, we must ask ourselves: Isn’t the researcher’s overall well-being as crucial as the research itself?
When we discuss systemic racism and the impact it has had to date, we must consider the stereotypes that have been put upon Black women for centuries and how that affects mental wellbeing.
We need to normalize the conversations around grief and depression. A personal reflection, and some thoughts on how we can better support our colleagues.
The first in a new series of posts, “Mental Health Awareness Mondays”. Today, Emma Jellen APA offers tips for publishers from the Center for Workplace Mental Health.
The COVID pandemic brought changes in what was acceptable to working life. Should we give up those benefits for the sake of returning to the office? How does each individual person’s experience differ, and how can we create conditions that allow all to thrive?
SSP Past Presidents were convened in a task force to consider ways in which SSP as a society can and should support the mental health of members, with work-related issues being the primary but not the only focus. The goal of this Task Force is to identify potential opportunities, activities, resources, and initiatives.
How virtual reality and immersive content is helping medical students gain insight into their patients’ experiences.
More proof that Google isn’t making us “stooopid” — rather, we’re just being human, and that’s OK.