Caring for Those Who Care for Us
Health workers often face grueling working conditions. They regularly confront trauma, work long hours, are exposed to physical danger, and must keep pace with the demands of a rapidly-evolving health care system. The COVID-19 pandemic has only magnified these challenges, leaving many workers burnt out. Learn how we can we better support those who care for us, from training to mental health.
Our Health Workers Are Still in Crisis. Something Must Change.
After two devastating years fighting the pandemic, how do we rebuild and support stronger health care and public health workforces? Dave Chokshi, who helped lead New York Cit...
Countering Racial Bias with Empathy
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Johnson & Johnson Presents: Healthcare in Critical Condition: Who Cares When Nurses Leave?
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Johnson & Johnson Presents: The Point of Care: Stories from the Heart of Health
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Why Work in Healthcare?
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The Lack of Diversity in Health Care is a Public Health Crisis
"As long as my existence as a Black physician is noteworthy, communities of underrepresented minorities’ health will suffer." Jabraan Pasha, a 2022 Aspen Healthy Communities F...
Harnessing Trust in Healthcare
The Danger of Mistrust in Healthcare
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