Students turning to mental health apps as therapeutic tools
Mental health apps are on the rise, and more students are beginning to turn towards them to help with their mental illness.
When doctors get sick: How hospitals respond to physicians with burnout
Although stigma surrounding physician burnout is still prominent, discussion on this topic has increased as hospitals have recognized its negative effects on patient care and physician wellness. Initiatives in the form of committees and counselling sessions have been put in place to promote wellness among staff. Yet despite efforts to support doctors with burnout, these programs are not as accessible as hospitals would hope.
Organizations work to help elderly romance scam victims
March is Fraud Prevention Month, and various organizations are working to reduce senior vulnerability to romance scams through advice and education.
Islam Awareness Week seeks unity after New Zealand shootings
It’s Islam Awareness Week at Carleton.
Distracted driving still a concern despite new penalties, Ottawa Police say
One hundred and twenty tickets were issues as of Jan. 20, and police say they are doubtful they will see a decline over the rest of the year.