Taking time for self-care has never been more necessary than in the middle of a pandemic. Whilst constantly being told to get used to the new normal, as creatures of habit we have all struggled with the dramatically different reality we have lived for the last few months. This has led to people turning to alternative therapies, such as mindfulness practices, to deal with stresses they have not encountered before or deal with heightened emotions whilst our normal forms of therapy, both clinical and social, have not been readily available.
Writing a blog may seem daunting at first, however, there are MANY benefits to including a blog on your website. Not only can you write about your passions within the industry, but you can also interact with your consumer base, increase audience engagement and ultimately form a loyal online community.
This easy guide will get you motivated to start writing immediately. Once you realise how the simple act of writing a blog can change the entire outlook of your business, you will wish you had started sooner!
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The world, and the online healthcare market, has changed drastically over the past few months. Businesses have paused, families have come together and a sense of shared solidarity has embedded itself in this new society we find ourselves in. However, we are now returning back to a new normal. As businesses begin to open, maintaining this community spirit will be key to ongoing success.
Chits are pleased to announce a new virtual appointment booking system enabling patients or clients to book direct into your diary to conduct virtual meetings.
If you are looking to take your business online, continue meeting clients via video conference and/ or struggling with the admin of online meetings then BookEasy is the system for you!
In light of all the news and headlines related to Coronavirus. Chits have consolidated a list of positive news stories related to COVID-19 to lift our spirits. These have been fact-checked by our team with some links attached for further information.
Staying positive during this time is key to overcoming even the hardest of challenges.
I write as both a cancer surgeon, scientist and pilgrim. My book, The Journey: Spirituality, Pilgrimage and Chant was all about repetitive chant, the Celtic concept of “thin” holy places and the joys of long distance walking. For many years during Lent I have rather smugly tried to do something positive every day for somebody else (over and above normal patient care) and to visit a consecrated site on a daily basis. This year the added master plan had been to walk with my family from Ely to Walsingham as a pre- Easter pilgrimage and then travel onwards to Iona for Easter itself.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is often mistaken as a 21st century phenomena very much in its grassroots and infancy, however its history dates back to the early 1900s, years before the term ‘artificial intelligence’ was first coined. The first time AI was referred to by name was in 1956 by John McCarthy, an American Computer Scientist who defined it as, “the science and engineering of making intelligent machines”[i], but it could be said that the true infant years of AI occurred during the Second World War.
We all know that it is a fact, websites create revenue – simply look around at online shops such as Amazon, Apple, Ocado & many others to see the proof. We live in a society which requires everything on our fingertips and what better way to deliver products than on a mobile app, or within an internet browser.
The key to cohesive work and collaboration is to know each other, know your strengths and weaknesses as a team. Who is the creative person and who is the methodical one? The concept of team activities originated in the early 1900’s, Hawthorne Studies found that some of the most important traits in building a team included social support, pride in your work and developing interpersonal relationships.
Today, many organisations to implement these traits through arranging social activities, and team-building exercises, however more often than not this does not always meet the desired outcome to build a cohesive team and a strong foundation.