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Can The Way You Work Reveal Signs of OCD?

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) affects approximately 1 in 40 adults in the United States; as an anxiety disorder, it can impact nearly every aspect of daily life – including work. Many people associate OCD with being very “particular” or “organized”, but it can stem much further than this. Obsessions in OCD are unwanted, intrusive thoughts, images,Read More

How do Physicians Perceive the Demands of Their Role?

According to Time Magazine, research states that up to 40% of doctors experience “emotional, physical, and psychological burnout from their jobs”. With such demand and lofty expectations, it’s not uncommon for many physicians to feel incredible amounts of stress. The pressure to tend to each patient and diagnose them correctly, as well as the ongoingRead More

Is It Possible To Over-Work in Attempt to Cope with Symptoms of a Mental Illness?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 20% of adults in the workforce have a mental illness. A mental illness may exhibit symptoms of depression, anxiety, personality or behavioral changes, sleeping and eating pattern changes, irritability, low motivation, and more. Self-medication is an unfortunately common occurrence for many who have a mental illnessRead More

Pharmacists and Caring For Others: Causes for Concern

Pharmacists are community healthcare professionals who have interactions with individuals experiencing mental illness and addiction on a daily basis. While much research has been done in terms of the effectiveness of pharmacist work in improving patient outcomes, but what factors are impeding them from providing effective care? For many of us, completing work assignments andRead More

Where Can Executives Find Local Support for Addiction Recovery?

Addiction does not discriminate, and executives are not an exception to the rule. With increasing demands, pressure, and stress, many in upper-level management positions find themselves coping by abusing substances such as illicit drugs or alcohol. At first, this attempt to self-medicate may seem productive, as it may “relax” an individual or provide them withRead More

Fighting Prescription Drug Abuse in the Workplace: A Psycho-Educational Approach

The opioid crisis has affected everyone in the United States, whether directly or indirectly. Prescription drug abuse has the potential to negatively affect many aspects of a person’s life, including work, school, home, and social areas. According to the National Drug-Free Workplace Alliance, an estimated 23% of the U.S. workforce has used prescription drugs forRead More

Could Workplace Mental Health Training for Managers Be Beneficial?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), mental disorders are one of the three leading causes of disability, which directly affects workplace production as absenteeism rates increase and work performance decreases. In fact, the World Economic Forum, published by Harvard’s School of Public Health, predicts that by 2030, mental health disorders will ensue a globalRead More

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