Training Industry announced today its selections for the 2022 Top Training Companies™ lists for the Custom Content Development sector of the learning and development (L&D) market. WeLearn is excited to report it has been named to its 2022 Top Custom Content Development Companies Watch List.
According to a recent report from the WHO, we could experience a shortage of up to 9.9 million physicians, nurses, and midwives globally by 2030. Current healthcare workers are expected to learn quickly, collaborate, and communicate even in the most stressful situations, but how can we help them work through the burnout? Innovative training and recruitment methods might be the answer. This article will walk you through the healthcare staff shortage dilemma, how hospitals are adapting, and which kinds of training and recruitment methods can help the present and future of healthcare.
Most of us think of hospitals as safe havens, where our illnesses and problems will be handled with care. But for most healthcare workers, going to work can be a matter of life and death. Physicians, nurses, and healthcare workers feel the pressure and consequences of sickness more than most; but how exactly has the pandemic impacted them and why should their wellbeing be a top priority moving forward? This article will explore the challenges faced by healthcare workers today; including severe stress, burnout, and even violence in the workplace.
Back in the 1960s, Ralph Nadar wrote the book “Unsafe at Any Speed” about the Chevy Corvair. He uncovered dangerous flaws in the design of the vehicle, including a design flaw that caused the axle to “tuck under” it’s own tires, and his book is attributed to many of the safety laws enacted afterwards.
A 1992 article titled “Surviving HR Burnout” by Jennifer Laabs detailed the burnout experience HR professionals were having. What’s even more troubling than the fact that this was written 30 years ago is that the causes of burnout identified in the article are strikingly familiar to what we experience today. This includes:
According to a recent report, 84 percent of organizations expect a shortage of leaders in the next five years across all fields. While we often hear about leaders in business, finance, and culture; what about healthcare leaders? In recent months, pandemic, healthcare workers have been asked to take on greater leadership roles to help with the growing number of patients suffering from the coronavirus. making it more important than ever for healthcare professionals to think about what it takes to be a truly great leader. Read on to explore why doctors need leadership training, who is creating new leadership resources, and what kinds of traits make for a great healthcare leader.
With the rise of games like Pokemon GO, augmented reality has taken over the videogame industry by storm, offering new and exciting experiences for players worldwide. Augmented reality, however, isn’t just for catching Pokemon. While Augmented reality (AR) might sound like an empty buzzword, it can provide innovative solutions in healthcare, such as health education, training, and even helping visually impaired patients. Read on to explore exactly what AR is, why it is useful in medicine, and how it is making a difference in the healthcare world.
Going to the doctor isn’t usually a fun experience, but trained healthcare professionals often make it as stress-free, relaxing and efficient as possible. When we say healthcare professionals, we don’t just mean doctors and nurses. In fact, the first medical professionals you are most likely to see at the doctor’s office aren’t certified physicians; they are medical assistants. But what is a medical assistant and why are they important in healthcare? Read on to discover why medical assistants are an invaluable part of our healthcare system.
As organizations look to the future and consider their approach to the return to the office, redefining the use of space, adopting hybrid models of work, and all the underlying strategies that will support all of these issues – it is clear, the pace of change is not going to let up – and it is paramount for the success and longevity of the organization to get these decisions right – or else their employees will be voting with their feet.
There are many Low-Code/No-Code programs that are available to use, so you may be wondering which are the best and why. With these programs you want what makes the coding process as simple as possible and allows for the outflow of work/projects to be sustained in a quicker time frame. These 10 programs are just a few of the options available, but tend to be better for than other said programs, and this is why they are on this list. In the end, it all comes down to what your business desires, but these are just 10 tried and true programs that can be used.