Intellectual

Intellectual well-being is the ability to constantly expand upon one’s own knowledge through creative and stimulating activities and experiences and to share what is already known with others. It is the exercising of the mind. 

 


5 Question Quiz to See if Patients Want to Cut Tobacco

Ever wonder if someone wants to cut out the tobacco? Take this quick quiz to see if you know how to ask! 1. You're talking to a patient and ask...

5 R Questions to Help Patients Be Ready to Cut Tobacco

Ever tried motivating someone to cut tobacco use but not sure if they are ready? Find out using these five easy steps:  1....

A Prescription to Rest

We all want to stay healthy, happy, and resilient. So, how can we do this? Health and happiness require checking in with yourself to assess your...

A Quick Tool to Help Choose Nicotine Replacement Equivalencies

You’ve got a busy practice, full day, and need to cover cutting out tobacco. You’ve gone through the 5As and the 5Rs and NOW your patient wants to...

Evidence Based Practice

Evidence based practice starts with a question. When we have a question in mind, we look up the research on the topic and evaluate it to see what the...

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational interviewing is a way for the clinician and client to talk about the clients reasons for change. The clinician helps the client...

Simulation For The Win!

These days, many people think of video games when simulation comes up in conversation. Did you know that simulation is also an...

Suicide Prevention

Today on the vlog we have with us Marc Woods, Assistant Chief Nurse Executive for Behavioral Health at UK Healthcare. Marc discusses suicide...

Suicide Task Force

Today on the vlog we have with us Marc Woods, Assistant Chief Nurse Executive for Behavioral Health at UK Healthcare. We are in the midst of a...

The Relationship Between the Five Facets of Mindfulness and the Dimensions of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is characterized by obsessions and recurring compulsions. Read Transcript

The Tobacco Quitline: Things You Should Know

1-800-QUIT-NOW (you may want to write that down) is a toll-free number run by the National Cancer Institute.  Read Transcript