Emotional Intelligence: Empowering Health Care

Emotional intelligence (EI) is transformative in health care, enabling professionals to provide compassionate care, enhance patient experiences, and improve health outcomes. As the recognition of emotional intelligence grows, healthcare organizations realize its value in building strong relationships. Fostering empathy, and navigating complex healthcare dynamics. This article explores the importance of emotional intelligence in healthcare, its

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Real-World Evaluation of Mental Health in LMICs

In many low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), people with mental health conditions don’t receive the care they need. Stigma, lack of human resources, and fragmented service delivery models are common barriers to treatment uptake. To address this gap, researchers and clinicians must evaluate and implement real-world mental health services in the community. To do this,

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An Overview of Maternal Anxiety in Teens

The effects of prenatal and postpartum anxiety have been linked to brain development in children12,13,16,46. This study tested whether prenatal and postnatal maternal anxiety affected child amygdala volume and functional connectivity. First, we calculated child amygdala volumes and functional connectivity maps were created between the amygdala and the rest of the brain. We tested associations

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