Resources for Educators
By thinking about IPE as an act of culture change healthcare educators can intentionally break down the barriers that lead to poor team dynamics, fragmented healthcare, and toxic work environments. When teams work together, patients benefit. Educators have an impactful role to change the game for IPE moving forward.
Racial equity involves a number of concerns that must be addressed. For example, in terms of health, because racial equity has not been advanced effectively, there is mistrust of the medical establishment by Black people.
Sharing COVID-19 data immediately raises security and privacy issues because medical information is among the most sensitive types of personal information.
Education is more than just a learning experience. In many ways, it is a social determinant of health. It is clear and established that there are inequities in terms of education, based on socioeconomic status in the United States.
Providers and academia will help to create highly effective future senior care leaders who will need to face the challenges of an aging population.
Every crime scene has the potential to infect personnel in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Climate change expert, Mona Sarfaty, shares her insights on why we should treat climate change as a public health emergency.
An evidence-based motivational interview offers strategies for educating patients that respects self-determination while promoting healthy behaviors.
Across the country, criminal and civil jury trials were cancelled due to coronavirus, raising questions about the U.S. criminal justice system.
Those who teach health professional students about interpreting diagnostic test results should also teach them about the limitations of SpPIn-SnNOut.
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