Social Media Safety:  Suggestions for Families 11/29/22

Our last newsletter, “What Kind of Screen Time Parent Are You?”, offered an opportunity to consider the impact of screen time on our personal and family life.   This edition offers some guidance taken from the professional literature about how parents can address the issues. Social networking sites (SNS) have flourished with the advent of technology […]

Breaking Confidentiality with Confidence

While privacy and confidentiality issues are paramount parameters in all healthcare interactions, it is not uncommon for providers to feel constrained at critical moments by these concerns. A recent consult received on our provider triage line [(858) 880-6405] involved a single, middle aged gentleman who had presented on his own steam to a clinic with […]