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Ladies and gentlemen, we are thrilled to announce that Dr. Joanne Wescott will be joining us as a co-author in our upcoming anthology book titled “Real Women, Real Problems, Real Successes.” Dr. Wescott brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this project, and we are honored to have her contribute to this empowering collection.

Dr. Joanne Wescott is a renowned expert in the field of women’s empowerment and has dedicated her career to helping women overcome challenges and achieve success. Her insights and expertise will undoubtedly add a unique perspective to the book, making it an invaluable resource for women everywhere.

In “Real Women, Real Problems, Real Successes,” we aim to shed light on the diverse experiences of women from all walks of life. Through personal stories, practical advice, and inspiring anecdotes, this anthology will serve as a guide for navigating the challenges that women face and celebrating their triumphs.

We are confident that Dr. Wescott’s contribution will further enhance the impact of this book, and we cannot wait to share it with you. Stay tuned for updates on the release date and how you can get your hands on a copy of this empowering anthology. Together, let’s celebrate the strength, resilience, and success of real women.

About us:

A leader in healthcare management and consultation.

Delmarva Community Consulting Services LLC is a Minority Business Enterprise with years of hands-on experience transforming healthcare and giving the patient a voice.

Delmarva Community Consulting Services LLC is a Minority Business Enterprise with years of hands-on experience transforming healthcare and giving patients a voice. We can consult with you on best practices, create an organizational plan to prevent issues and patients from falling through the cracks, and offer your business consultation to decrease costs. If you like, we even offer one-on-one coaching designed to train you and your staff to implement every step of every program and process you need. Healthcare is complicated. Facing issues like federal and state compliance in recording, insurance coding, and patient management is complex, even in the best of times. Delmarva Community Consultant Services can help make it easier.

Combined with our profiency in the use of technology with extensive knowledge in the use of various EMR’s to include, EPIC and Cerner: along with most case management platforms i.e. MCG, Midas, Meditech, McKesson, and InterQual.

That means we can work to integrate solutions within any organization however it best fits that organization’s needs.

Since the beginning of Covid, medical professionals have been dealing with an unprecedented level of psychological and emotional fallout.

The pandemic has taken its toll on all of us, but it’s especially hit the front line workers.

Delmarva has proactively taken steps to provide services to better prepare medical professionals, public health workers, teachers and other front line workers to deal with those psychological impacts — which are often overlooked.
Our team of professionals has worked to develop coursework specifically designed to address PTSD, depression, anxiety, professional burnout and more. Part of our services is offering those courses and training to any of our corporate and public entity partners. Ask us what we can do to help you support your employees and organization through the pandemic and beyond.

WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE

We drive healthcare improvements through stakeholder engagement, strategy development, and excellent customer service.

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Minority Business Enterprise

WBE – Woman Business Enterprise S
DB – Small Disadvantaged Business
SBF – Small Business Focus Program Vendor State of Delaware

NAICS CODES 541611

Administrative Management and General Management Consulting

561320 – Temporary Health Services
611710 – Educational Support Services
621999 – Ambulatory Healthcare Services

541618 – Telehealth

I am truly honored and grateful to receive the Global HEaL Awards, Brilliance in Healthcare. It is humbling to be recognized for the dedication and hard work I have put into my career, and I cannot express enough how thankful I am for this prestigious honor. It serves as a reminder of the impact we can make in the healthcare field, and I am motivated to continue pushing boundaries and striving for excellence. This award is a testament to the incredible team of healthcare professionals I have had the privilege to work alongside, as well as the unwavering support of my patients and peers. I am deeply grateful and humbled by this recognition, and it only further fuel my passion for making a positive difference in healthcare.

Suicide Prevention (Written by Dr Joanne Wescott)

 

Abstract:
Suicide is a global public health concern that requires a comprehensive approach to prevention. This article examines suicide prevention in its subcategories, including awareness, intervention, and postvention strategies. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated mental health challenges, making suicide prevention even more critical. By addressing risk factors, promoting protective factors, and increasing access to mental health resources, we can work towards reducing suicide rates and providing support to those in need.

Introduction:
Suicide is a complex issue influenced by a multitude of factors, including mental health conditions, societal pressures, and personal experiences. In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the need for a multi-faceted approach to suicide prevention. This article aims to explore the subcategories of suicide prevention, delving into awareness, intervention, and postvention strategies. Additionally, it highlights the unique challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of adapting our prevention efforts accordingly.

I. Awareness:
Raising awareness about suicide is essential to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health and encourage help-seeking behaviors. Effective awareness campaigns should focus on education, destigmatization, and the promotion of available resources. By engaging communities, schools, and workplaces, we can foster an environment that encourages open dialogue and supports those at risk.

II. Intervention:
Early intervention is crucial in preventing suicide. Identifying warning signs and risk factors is essential for timely intervention. Mental health professionals, educators, and community members should be trained to recognize signs of distress and equipped with the necessary tools to provide immediate support. Crisis helplines, mobile response teams, and mental health first aid programs play a vital role in connecting individuals in crisis to appropriate resources.

III. Postvention:
Postvention, or the support provided to individuals affected by suicide, is an often overlooked aspect of suicide prevention. Bereavement support groups, counseling services, and community outreach programs can help survivors process their grief and reduce the risk of subsequent suicides. By addressing the needs of those impacted by suicide, we can create a supportive network that promotes healing and resilience.

IV. The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic:
The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching psychological effects, exacerbating existing mental health challenges and increasing the risk of suicide. Isolation, financial strain, and uncertainty have placed individuals at greater risk, necessitating innovative approaches to prevention. Telehealth services, online support groups, and virtual mental health resources have emerged as invaluable tools in reaching those in need during times of social distancing and lockdowns.

Conclusion:
Suicide prevention requires a comprehensive approach that encompasses awareness, intervention, and postvention strategies. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the urgency of addressing mental health challenges and adapting our prevention efforts accordingly. By prioritizing mental health education, increasing access to resources, and fostering a supportive environment, we can work towards reducing suicide rates and providing the necessary support to those in crisis. It is imperative that government agencies, mental health professionals, and communities collaborate to create a safety net that protects and uplifts individuals struggling with suicidal ideation. Together, we can make a difference and save lives.

As we celebrate National Nurses Week from May 6-12, I want to take a moment to express our deepest appreciation and recognition for your dedication to the nursing profession for over 30 years. Your commitment to providing compassionate care, comfort, and healing to countless patients over the years truly sets you apart as a shining example of what it means to be a nurse.

Your unwavering passion for helping others, your tireless work ethic, and your kind and empathetic nature have touched the lives of so many in their times of need. Your leadership in the field of nursing has inspired those around you and has left a lasting impact on the community you serve.

During this special week dedicated to honoring nurses like you, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for everything you do. Your selfless dedication to the well-being of others does not go unnoticed, and we are truly grateful for the difference you make in the lives of so many.

Thank you, Dr. Joanne Wescott, for your hard work, your compassion, and your commitment to excellence in nursing. You are a true hero in the healthcare profession, and we are privileged to have you as a part of our team.

Happy National Nurses Week!

Dear Dr. Joanne Wescott