As a medical professional, it's essential to prioritize self-care. Practicing self-care can help reduce stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue, allowing you to provide better care for your patients. Self-care can take many forms, including physical exercise, meditation, healthy eating, and getting enough rest.
Crystal is a Pancreatic Cancer and Duodenal Cancer survivor. Through patient advocacy, Crystal empowers other warriors who may be going through cancer or another chronic illness. Continue reading to find out more about her cancer diagnosis story, and advice she has for others.
Our Chest Port Access Blouse collection makes it simple for patients and nurses to have access to any implanted port and perform medical treatment, like chemotherapy and dialysis, with dignity and ease.
Dedicated to helping breast cancer warriors overcome those challenges, Care+Wear developed a recovery bra to help patients immediately following mastectomies, lumpectomies, cardiothoracic, and reconstructive surgeries.
In support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Care+Wear has partnered with Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF), to create 1,000 custom port access shirts to be donated to children battling cancer across America.
If you have an arm cast, you know how difficult it can be to take a shower without worrying about getting your cast yet. Check out our blog for a few best and worst ways to keep your cast dry in the shower.
Accessorizing your scrubs with custom embroidery is the perfect solution to adding your own personal touch and expressing your individuality. Many medical professionals choose to embroider their scrubs because it’s easier for patients and colleagues to identify them. Others want to enhance their professional look in a simple but effective way. No matter the reason, embroidered scrubs are a great way to stand out from the crowd.
Choosing comfortable work shoes can affect your entire body, from preventing lower back pain and unsteadiness, to curing fatigue and tendonitis. The shoes you wear can make all of the difference in your work day. It allows you to practice patient care without suffering from pain that can be avoided