The mental health benefits of sharing stories

“But, surely offer you therapy or mental health services?” I asked an internal medicine resident and friend on the frontlines in New York City. “No, not really. Well, there’s one person for our whole group,” they responded. “And do people feel comfortable going to that person?” I prodded. “Honestly, even if we had time, it […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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GO1, an enterprise learning platform, picks up $40M from Microsoft, Salesforce and more

With a large proportion of knowledge workers doing now doing their jobs from home, the need for tools to help them feel connected to their profession can be as important as tools to, more practically, keep them connected. Today, a company whose platform helps do precisely that is announcing a growth round of funding after seeing engagement on the platform triple in the last month., an online learning platform focused specifically on professional training courses (both those to enhance a ...
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Nikola Tesla’s Grades from High School & University: A Fascinating Glimpse

In the history of science, few people got a rawer deal than Nikola Tesla. Cruelly cheated and overshadowed by Edison and Marconi (who patented the radio technology Tesla invented), the brilliant introvert didn’t stand a chance in the cutthroat business world in which his rivals moved with ease. Every biographer portrays Tesla as Edison’s perfect foil: the latter played the consummate showman and savvy patent hog, where Tesla was a reclusive mystic and, as one writer put it, “the world’s ...
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The medical education question that needs to be changed

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” That is a common question you hear in the setting of medical education. I think I heard it for the first time on my first clinical rotation. A little background, I was a non-traditional medical student. I worked as a clinical pharmacist for ten years […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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Dakota Johnson Style: How to Dress Like Dakota Johnson, for Less

Get Dakota Johnson's effortless, cool-girl street style, on a budget.
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Schools reopening has not triggered rise in Covid-19 cases, EU ministers told

France’s education minister says it is more of a risk keeping children at homeCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe reopening of schools in 22 European countries has not led to any significant increase in coronavirus infections among children, parents or staff, a videoconference meeting of education ministers from around the EU has heard.With a debate raging in the UK over the risks of allowing children back into the classroom, some EU member states are planning summer ...
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French minister tells of risks of missing school as more pupils return

Priority is to avoid ‘collateral damage’ of Covid-19 crisis, says Jean-Michel BlanquerCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFrance’s education minister has told parents it was more of a risk keeping their children at home than sending them to school now the strict lockdown has ended.Jean-Michel Blanquer was speaking as a second wave of pupils returned to secondary schools. Blanquer said the government’s priority was to avoid youngsters who struggle at school or at home beco...
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DEVO Is Now Selling COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment: Energy Dome Face Shields

According to DEVO's co-principle songwriter and bassist Gerald Casale, the experimental art band turned early MTV pop-punk darlings were “pro-information, anti stupid conformity and knew that the struggle for freedom against tyranny is never-ending.” Their singular performance garb also set them apart, and none more so than the bright red plastic Energy Dome helmets they donned 40 years ago this month, upon the release of their third album, Freedom of Choice. The record, which the ba...
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Teachers take lessons from boring to blockbuster with wild Zoom backgrounds

Online learning has proved challenging for students and schools
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An Archive of 1,000 “Peel Sessions” Available Online: Hear David Bowie, Bob Marley, Elvis Costello & Others Play in the Studio of Legendary BBC DJ John Peel

Before he became the most influential music broadcaster of all time on the BBC, John Peel had to become John Peel. Born and raised in England, he spent a stretch of his early twenties in the United States, working for a cotton producer (his father's industry), selling insurance, and writing punchcard computer programs before finding his way onto the airwaves. Hosting work in such locales as Dallas, Oklahoma City, and San Bernardino primed him to return to his homeland and take his radio ...
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