Burnout: Only an Ember

Smallest ember remains,Flickering hope in dark.Once raged so bright when sane,Now not more than a spark.Young dreamers, full of heart,Did battle the great flames.Destined to heal with smarts,But fire won’t stay the same.The blaze does shift and move,Anyone near will be burned.Fear ignites; can’t improve.Innocence takes a turn.If phoenix escapes…

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Burnout: Only an Ember
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COVID-19 & Implications for Behavioral Health Providers in Unprecedented Times

Acknowledgments: This piece was written by Kim Hazel of Circle Social Inc, a national marketing and consulting firm for behavioral health that works to provide actionable insights for both patients and providers in order to improve addiction treatment and behavioral health outcomes across the US. An Unprecedented Time There is…

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COVID-19 & Implications for Behavioral Health Providers in Unprecedented Times
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Dual Call for Submissions – Racism; COVID-19

COVID-19 and #BlackLivesMatter has transformed public health. The field of public health will forever be changed by the current moments. On March 12, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the spread of novel coronavirus, COVID-19, a pandemic. Through the following months, public health students grappled with applying theory and coursework…

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Dual Call for Submissions – Racism; COVID-19
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The Epidemiological ABCs of COVID-19

As graduate students in health, the editors of Intervene Upstream find ourselves in the unprecedented situation of learning about the science of public health while a pandemic unfolds in front of our eyes. Given the unprecedented spread of both the COVID-19 virus and information (and misinformation) about the virus, we…

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