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Listening, Journaling and Meditating: Why Leaders Should Work on Mental Health |  Advertising |  Asia Campaign

Listening, Journaling and Meditating: Why Leaders Should Work on Mental Health | Advertising | Asia Campaign

The era of the invincible and invulnerable CEO is thankfully over. Today, in many leading organizations, the warmth of emotional intelligence is valued as much as the cold, hard facts often found in an analytics culture. As a champion of all their stakeholders, every CEO is responsible for supporting the mental health of their employees …

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Primary Children's Hospital announced Monday about 50 elective, prescheduled surgeries will be delayed so the hospital can better treat the large influx of patients with RSV and other respiratory illnesses.

‘Unprecedented rise’ in RSV patients leads to more surgical delays at Children’s Hospital

The Primary Children’s Hospital announced on Monday that about 50 pre-scheduled elective surgeries will be delayed so that the hospital can better handle the large influx of patients with RSV and other respiratory illnesses. (Intermountain Health Care) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Children’s Primary Hospital announced on Monday that approximately 50 …

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The Unseen Battle: Teenage Girl Uses Military Mom's Story to Educate Others

The Unseen Battle: Teenage Girl Uses Military Mom’s Story to Educate Others

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — You could say that service to country is in Captain Carolyn Furdek’s DNA. A third-generation officer, military service is deeply rooted in his lineage. “My mother served, my father’s mother served. And then both of my grandfather, my father – my uncle too,” Furdek said. “I stand on the backs of lions.” …

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The Huntsman Mental Health Institute in Research Park in Salt Lake City is pictured on Nov. 4, 2019. Jean Welch Hill, the Salt Lake County's new Criminal Justice Initiatives director, says the criminal justice system needs to focus more on rehabilitation than punishment.

How Salt Lake County plans to tackle homelessness and improve long-term mental health

The Huntsman Institute for Mental Health at Salt Lake City Research Park is pictured November 4, 2019. Jean Welch Hill, Salt Lake County’s new director of criminal justice initiatives, says the criminal justice system needs to focus more about rehabilitation than punishment. (Steve Griffin, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — …

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Fatal police shooting: Mental health care given to Jerrim Toms under scrutiny during inquest

Fatal police shooting: Mental health care given to Jerrim Toms under scrutiny during inquest

The officers who shot Jerrim Toms were unaware of his history of mental health issues. Photo: Provided A 29-year-old mentally ill man shot dead by police – including eight shots fired as he fled – was a ‘brilliant, genuine and honest’ man, whose condition deteriorated with methamphetamine use, according to a coroner’s inquest heard today. …

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Trigger schools to focus on behavioral and mental health

Trigger schools to focus on behavioral and mental health

Trigg County Public Schools is taking a new approach that focuses on improving the behavioral and mental health of its students with the goal of impacting their performance in school. “If we get behavior and mental health under control, we should see an increase in student achievement,” James Mangels, district director of student services and …

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How Jennifer Siebel Newsom Became a Youth Mental Health Champion

How Jennifer Siebel Newsom Became a Youth Mental Health Champion

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The first partner, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, has spent decades highlighting, examining and improving the mental well-being of young people. But for her, the subject transcends professional duties. It’s personal. When Siebel Newsom was 6, her older sister died in an accident, leaving her to deal with grief and emotional upheaval at a …

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