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TPC Introduces New Nursing Advancement Initiative

Posted: Tue, September 13, 2016
By: Jake Bissaro The Providence Center recently rolled out the Nursing Clinical Advancement Program, a four-stage scaled curriculum that recognizes and rewards nurses for professional growth. The role of nurses at TPC is a crucial one, and the program is designed to help nurses advance their practice through leadership incentives...

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TPC Looks to the Future of Behavioral Health with Telemedicine Study

Posted: Tue, August 30, 2016
By: Jake Bissaro In twenty years, how will mental health diagnoses like bipolar and depression be treated? That’s the question behind a Dartmouth Medical School research study in which TPC was selected to participate earlier this year. The study, called “Using Automated Telehealth to Improve Psychiatric Illness Management,” uses tablets...

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The Dos and Don’ts of Supporting Someone with Mental Illness

Posted: Tue, August 02, 2016
By: Megan Curtis If you have a friend or loved one struggling with a mental health issue, you know how difficult it can be to find the right words to say. Often times, people are afraid to say the wrong thing and instead choose to say nothing at all, but...

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Southcoast Health, Care New England Move to Next Step in Affiliation Process

Posted: Tue, May 03, 2016
Combined system would create two-state, eight-hospital, $2 billion-plus, not-for-profit healthcare system In separate actions undertaken by their respective governance Boards, Southcoast Health and Care New England have voted to move forward with the proposed affiliation of the two not-for-profit hospital and healthcare systems. The announcement was made today by Charles...

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The Providence Center’s Latino IOP Reduces Barriers to Behavioral Health Care

Posted: Mon, April 18, 2016
For the Spanish-speaking population nationwide, accessing healthcare is often confusing and fraught with obstacles. Statistics from the US Census Bureau shows that Latinos are the least likely of any ethnic group to visit any kind of medical provider, and other studies suggest fewer than one in eleven Hispanic-Americans with mental...

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