Sarah Daren has been a consultant for startups in multiple industries including health and wellness, wearable technology, nursing, and education. She implements her wellness and education knowledge into every aspect of her life, including her position as a yoga instructor and raising her two children. When she's not watching the New York Yankees play, Sarah enjoys practising yoga and reading a good book on the beach.

How to Spot and Tactfully Handle Discrimination in the Health Care Setting

Discrimination occurs in nearly every setting, including healthcare. While it’s important to understand this, that doesn’t mean it’s okay to just let things go. Everyone deserves the right to quality healthcare services, delivered with dignity, compassion, and respect. To reduce discrimination in healthcare, it’s very important for professionals at every level to keep their eyes

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Modern Trends in Healthcare Leadership

Even without Covid-19, the healthcare industry has been on track for significant changes for years now. Phrases like “data-implementation” had little meaning several decades ago. Now they are integral in providing the highest possible level of patient care. Modern healthcare leadership is expected to provide patients with a secure, tech-driven experience that is user-friendly and

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The Positive Impact of Strong Nursing Leader

In an ideal world, every patient would receive excellent care when they come through the doors of the hospital. They would trust their doctors and nurses, have all their practical needs met, and feel like people cared about them in addition to caring for them. While this doesn’t happen often enough, it happens more often

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What Qualifications Does a Nurse Practitioner Need to Open Up Their Own Practice?

Today’s healthcare landscape is experiencing significant shifts and upheaval in some respects. Workforce depletion, the strain caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, increased needs, a changing (and aging) patient population, the increase in telehealth and technological advances, and more are creating huge demands for care that can’t always be met by Medical Doctors (MD’s) or physicians.

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Is Medical Science Closer to Curing Cancer?

According to the National Cancer Institute, a harrowing 39.5 percent of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives. This disheartening figure shows the importance and value of effective cancer care and treatment for patients diagnosed with the disease. Thankfully, leaps and bounds are being made in the field

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Social Workers and the Opioid Epidemic

Not so far away from the daily lives of most Americans is a growing crisis: the opioid epidemic. Government reports show that from April 2020 to April 2021, more than 100,000 people died from drug overdoses. These numbers don’t account for the people who have been lucky enough to survive, yet are still battling addictions

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