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Reimagining Healthcare Work, Repairing Healthcare Systems: Lessons from the Front Line
May 18 @ 2:00 pm
Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic demanded remarkable creativity, innovation, and change from clinicians. How can we leverage the insights and lessons learned from working during COVID-19 to transform healthcare work going forward? And how can we create meaningful change in a broken American healthcare system?
This webinar featured insights from two studies of healthcare work during the pandemic. Researchers were joined by a health care journalist and a clinical ethicist, both of whom are clinicians, for a discussion about the future of healthcare work, including real-world steps healthcare organizations can take to better support their workers.
Mara Buchbinder, Professor and Vice Chair of Social Medicine, UNC-Chapel Hill
Dhruv Khullar, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Population Health Sciences, Weill Cornell Medicine (NYC) and contributing writer on medicine, health care, and politics at The New Yorker
Aimee Milliken, Associate Professor of the Practice, Connell School of Nursing, Boston College
Neelima Navuluri, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Global Health, Duke University
Nancy Berlinger, Senior Research Scholar, The Hastings Center