Options trained to take emotions more seriously may prevent depression in patients For most women.

Options trained to take emotions more seriously may prevent depression in patients For most women, having a baby is a joyful experience. But it is not unusual for new mothers of sadness, anxiety and depression are taken. Global figures suggest that 13 to 16 % of women are giving birth for the first time struck by depression. Increase for the second birth, figures an alarming 30-40 %.

New Skills for Health PersonnelEmotional Intelligence , the ability to identify and manage the emotions of one’s self and others in a constructive manner. The ability to access emotions and thinking about them are essential elements of this ability. We we relationships with other people relationships with other people, thereby improving the quality of our services as nurses, midwives and doctors can EI is an important factor in promoting good care and effective health service management, says Akerjordet.‘There is now a growing number of people has faced a diagnosis of cancer it them and their dependents by the time of diagnosis by to rest of their life. Unfortunately, for many cancer survivor and around them , the effect of cancerous research the last treatment. Research has allowed us of understanding of the of understanding the unique risks, issues, and concerns. Population that report highlights the need of other research and for the development and implement industry best practices have provide optimal care and assistance for all cancer survivors ‘.