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Union and collaboration make all the difference in any profession, but especially in healthcare, and no other group benefits more from sticking together than personal support workers (PSWs), who play such an integral role in the healthcare sector in Ontario and across the country. With that in mind, we recently had Miranda Ferrier, CEO and Provinci…
 
We all know that caregivers need all the support they can get, and caregivers who care for people living with dementia and other cognitive impairments need it even more in order to keep burnout and emotional overwhelmedness at bay. This is exactly what we talked about with registered nurse Kim Valentine, who sat with us recently for a new episode o…
 
Talk to any nurse and they will tell you the biggest challenge keeping them from their dream jobs is finding the time to write a new resume and cover letter or prepare for jobs interviews with their busy schedules and general exhaustion. That's why we recently invited RN and resume writer Sara Fung to the Caring Support Podcast. She has developed a…
 
This episode we discuss local trainings online training resources this particular episode we talk about the gut and brain connection and change in the culture of dementia care are brought to you by very informative groups and master classes for folks to gain knowledge as we know knowledge is power
 
On our most recent podcast, we talk about emotional intelligence and how developing it can be truly beneficial for healthcare workers. Our guest this time is Maureen Gaetz-Faubert, an emotional energy healer, emotional intelligence practitioner, and blogger based in Alberta who believes that it is time to put the heart back into healthcare.…
 
Canada is known for welcoming immigrants from every corner of the world. The country receives around 235,000 new immigrants per year and it has been doing so since the early 1990s, according to Statistics Canada. Some of them come with a healthcare-related background and are eager to put their skills to good use from the moment they land, which is …
 
Today, September 29, 2022, is National Coffee Day so we figured it would be the perfect time to record another episode of A Cup of Joe with Joe and talk all about what's happening in the world of Caring Support! Our very own Joseph Jongsma and James Smith give us all the updates on new and upcoming features to get excited about.…
 
In the latest episode of the Caring Support Podcast, we sat down with Irnise F. Williams, Esq., a nurse lawyer from the United States. We spoke about the fact that she has been able to find a perfect balance between two fields as different as healthcare and the law, and many other things related to the two. Overall, it was a smart and captivating c…
 
Let's talk about iron deficiency, a condition that affects mostly women and children worldwide. Our latest episode of the Caring Support Podcast explores this condition and provides valuable information from an actual patient, Jen Logan, who happens to be our company's VP of Product and Research. Keep reading to find out how the conversation went. …
 
On our latest episode of the Caring Support Podcast, we talked about patient engagement, digital health, and much more with Dr. Maida Affan, a healthcare marketing and communications professional with experience in clinical, wellness content marketing, and digital strategies.저자 Caring Support
 
Caring for other people is one of the hardest and most difficult things that anyone can do, but it also brings great joy and satisfaction to those who commit to it. Like in any other role, there are many lessons to be learned when one becomes a caregiver, either professionally or in a family setting. However, we believe this is something that doesn…
 
In this episode, we talk about nurse burnout as a critical issue that affects this particular group of healthcare workers across the country, while providing you with information to recognize its signs and symptoms. To learn more about this topic, check out our article titled "How to recognize the early signs of nurse burnout" by following this lin…
 
Sleep is essential for the body to remain physically and mentally healthy. However, due to multiple factors, such as the pandemic, understaffing, longer shifts, etc., many healthcare workers are getting less and less sleep every week, which is affecting their work performance and personal lives. In this episode, we offer several recommendations tha…
 
Recruiters in all industries, including healthcare, often struggle with worker retention and satisfaction. This leads to staffing issues, higher turnovers, and instability within organizations. But there are ways around it. And to learn more about them, we recently interviewed Jennifer Lagemann, expert in brand and storytelling for attracting senio…
 
Our very own Cali Wiersma joins us as she talks all about how social media can help both healthcare workers and organizations promote themselves. She offers some great tips to consider while building your social presence, and also talks about how to build a great video resume!저자 Caring Support
 
It is no secret that healthcare workers are having an exceptionally hard time balancing their personal lives and work lives right now. Between long shifts and the resulting exhaustion, it seems they don't have any time left to do the other things that give life meaning, like family gatherings, meeting with friends, doing housework, pursuing a new h…
 
At Caring Support, apart from job opportunities, we make an effort to provide healthcare workers and other people in the industry with as much knowledge as we can about health and wellbeing. That's why on our most recent podcast we talked all about fitness... emotional fitness, that is. We sat down with Chantal Dawtrey and Matthew Green, who are em…
 
Nursing is constantly evolving, and what nurses need to know to succeed today is not what it was a decade ago. So, we recently sat down with The Nurse Informant, RN Nurse Terri, to talk about all the things that many nurses don't talk about, but are so important for everyone in the field to overcome current issues, move forward in their careers and…
 
We live in a visual world where graphics sometimes say more than words and first impressions matter. With that in mind, on our most recent episode of the Caring Support Podcast, we had an interesting conversation with graphic designer Anneka Burghout about how good design can benefit job seekers regardless of their industry and stage in their caree…
 
Prolonged use of personal protective equipment (PPE) has been causing adverse skin conditions for healthcare workers since the beginning of the pandemic. In this episode, we give you easy and simple tips to care for your skin and avoid rashes or irritation while on the job. You can also learn more about this topic by reading our article titled "How…
 
On this episode, we had the opportunity to interview Stuart MacInnis, a healthcare assistant and TikToker from British Columbia who had lots to share about his love for his work, lessons learned in the field, and recommendations for people interested in pursuing a career in healthcare.저자 Caring Support
 
In this episode, we talk about the most common occupational hazards that could affect healthcare workers, like biological and chemical materials, infectious diseases and violent patients. We also tell you how to protect yourself from these work risks and stay safe on the job. To learn more about this topic, we encourage you to read our article titl…
 
Have you ever wondered when is the right time for a loved one to transition into long-term care? Whether it is your elderly parents or another family member that requires special support in their daily activities, it comes a time when home care provided by family caregivers is not enough and decisions need to be made. To speak about this transition…
 
It is often said that nurses are the backbone of the healthcare system, and nurses like Kerry-Ann Raymond are a testament to that. With over a decade of experience in different areas of nursing, this passionate healthcare professional took some time from her busy week to speak with us about her career and the lessons she has learned along the way, …
 
At Caring Support we are all about connecting healthcare employers with talented and experienced candidates as a way to alleviate the healthcare HR crisis. However, we are also open to learning about other potential solutions to this issue, like employee retention as a way to guarantee an organization's return on investment (ROI), which is the main…
 
The Canadian healthcare sector is currently facing many challenges, and one of them is related to Human Resources and recruitment. Healthcare organizations are understaffed and struggling to find and retain healthcare workers, while workers feel overworked and burned out. It is a complex situation worth discussing in-depth, which is why we chose it…
 
What's better than a cup of joe in the morning? A cup of joe while listening to Joseph Jongsma, founder and CEO of our platform. In this first half of a two-part interview, Joe shares all about his early years as an entrepreneur, his motivations to create Caring Support, and some of the lessons he has learned along the way.…
 
This week’s episode is a special Q&A featuring all four members of our advisory board who talk about the staffing crisis in healthcare and how our platform is helping alleviate it. Listen to Dr. Paul Woods, medical doctor and healthcare systems expert; Don Thibert, a prominent figure in the private college education field in Ontario; Hilary Anderso…
 
Home care can be tricky for families to set up because oftentimes there are too many feelings involved, a lack of caregiving experience, and other difficulties. To provide you with accurate and valuable information on this topic, we've recently had a conversation with Mike George, who along with his wife Jan founded Soaring Families, a community th…
 
Networking is one of those things that lots of people feel nervous about and some others downright fear. However, when done right, networking is one of the best actions anyone can take in order to move forward professionally, which is why we asked our very own networking expert, James Smith, to share his best practices for successful networking wit…
 
Every caregiving journey is unique. Sometimes a person becomes a caregiver overnight, and sometimes it happens gradually. What all caregiving journeys do have in common is the frustration over the lack of information available out there to answer those early questions almost all caregivers have. Entrepreneur Traci Lamb, has made it her life's missi…
 
This week, we spoke with Ashley Fox, a registered practical nurse (RPN), community outreach coordinator, and nurse case manager with a decade of experience in nursing and supervisory management, who is recognized by her peers as a leader in the nursing profession. She sat down with us to share her thoughts on how to find success in nursing.…
 
We sat down with Pam Stoikopoulos, founder and CEO of Big Eye Innovation, an innovation consulting firm focused in the health and wellness space. Pam talks about the top 5 healthcare trends we're seeing in healthcare right now including the staffing shortage, in-home health, virtual care, crowdsourcing, and NFT health records.…
 
Developmental Service Work is a healthcare occupation that not a lot of people know about. To speak about the perks of working as a DSW and what this job really entails, we spoke to Brett Boutilier, an experienced worker in this field for nearly 10 years and a successful user of the Caring Support platform.…
 
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