Blog posts with the tag "Staff Perspective"

Staff Perspective: Highlights of the Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Pain Society

I recently attended the annual meeting of the American Pain Society, in Pittsburgh, PA. Aside from eating at “Primanti Bros,” where they put the fries and coleslaw inside each and every delicious sandwich, I also learned a few things about chronic pain.

Staff Perspective: June Shines a Spotlight on PTSD Awareness

June is National PTSD Awareness month. While increasing education regarding PTSD is a year-round effort, this month finds many organizations, including the Center for Deployment Psychology, making an increased effort to spotlight PTSD and some of the resources available to aid those suffering from it. There has been significant advancement in raising awareness, treating PTSD, and reducing the stigma associated with it, but there is still no shortage of work to be done.

Staff Perspective: From the Horse’s Mouth - What You Should Know about Consultation

One key to both learning a new approach to treatment and maintaining our existing skills involves consultation, particularly for EBPs.  Don’t just take my word for it, research shows that consultation after a training workshop not only boosts providers’ subjective self-efficacy and intent to use the treatment (Ruzek et al, 2016), but also improves objective fidelity ratings as well (Webster-Stratton et al, 2014).