To these resources, you can also add psychological resources. All online psychological, neuroscience and psychiatry resources are of huge benefit to all stakeholders. Let this brief online letter explain the matter. The stakeholders under discussion are all those associated directly or indirectly within the health services industry. And particularly where psychological matters are concerned, stakeholders can be active in commercial, business or professional areas that fall outside of the ambit of the medical services professions.
The key stakeholder in this instance is usually your human resources or people management official. If he or she is a credit to his or her work, he or she is usually qualified with the relevant business or medical degree or diploma. Stakeholders within the health services industry are, of course, all those professional staff involved. From doctors to nursing staff. They also include medical aid service providers. And they most certainly do include the teaching professions. One stakeholder that should not be dismissed offhand is the patient.
If not the patient who may be incapacitated both physically and mentally and thus not able to respond positively to his or her given and acute medical condition, then those to whom care is entrusted. These are your loved ones with whom the incapacitated patient lives. Online psychological, psychiatric and neurological resources are not the private domain of professional psychologists, psychiatrists, neurologists and the teachers in the related disciplines. All these resources are being willingly shared.
And all readers with a vested interest in someone’s condition or welfare should take full advantage of these qualified resources. It helps to know what to do under critical circumstances when not even thinking on one’s feet is sufficient to bring a patient or sufferer out of a critical situation.