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Recently, research is exploring the value of forgetting. As opposed to pathological forgetting, such as in Alzheimer's disease, normal forgetting may help reduce unneeded pieces of information so we can retain the most relevant information for long-term storage. In fact, the brain has molecular...
Managing stress, burnout, and vicarious trauma is a long-standing issue for the health and behavioral health workforce, including those in case management. Yet, the recent novel coronavirus pandemic has amplified routine burnout to record levels. Practitioners and patients are amid a new...
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The National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs (NS-CSHCN) is a publicly available resource that can be utilized to evaluate case management services such as care coordination. The authors sought to identify how researchers operationalize care coordination when...
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Little research exists on the correlation between time spent with participants in Critical Time Intervention–modeled programs, such as Coordinated Behavioral Care's (CBC) Pathway Home, and successful completion of the programs. This study explored associations between the...
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