National Healthcare Decisions Day is a way to draw more attention to end of life measures and the resources and mechanisms that are in place to help people. This week’s Friday Five gathers some motivation and tips to help you get started with your own planning and documentation.
STARTING April 12: Tune in this week for these highlighted shows. Don’t miss new episodes of The Incrementalist, Conversations on Health Care, PopHealth Week, The Virtual Shift, Voices in Value Based Care, Healthcare de Jure, 1st Talk Compliance, and Harlow on Healthcare.
During the month of April the HHS Office of Minority Health leads the observance of National Minority Health Month. Our Friday Five covers some resources, new tools, commentary from experts and what the new CDC director has to say about minority health policy.
The American Public Health Association brings together communities across the US to observe National Public Health Week each year during the first week of April. This year’s theme is “Building Bridges to Better Health” and our Friday Five highlights some of the virtual events happening throughout the week.
Healthcare Now Radio is currently using SoundCloud to house our shows’ archives and we’ve been tracking which episodes get the most listens. This week’s Friday Five lists the episodes played most often on our SoundCloud channel within the last three months.
Looking to keep your finger on the pulse of the nursing industry? Check out this month’s top nursing news stories from around the globe.
At the end of February, the FDA issued Emergency Use Authorization for Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose COVID-19 vaccine. This week’s Friday Five takes a closer look at the newest COVID vaccine, how it compares to previously approved COVID vaccines, side effects and plans for future production.
This week’s Friday Five lists federal responders, physicians, university doctors and scientists who are sharing their thoughts and advice based on facts and data to inform their followers one tweet at a time.
The statistics surrounding the coronavirus global pandemic change constantly. From reported cases, recovered cases, deaths, vaccine progress, doses administered, to fully vaccinated regions, COVID-19 data changes quickly and frequently. The Friday Five takes a closer look at COVID-19 by the numbers.