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Intergenerational Effects Of Racism

People of Color are disproportionately exposed to chronic and cumulative stress over the life course. Join Dr. Sierra Carter in this recording as she reviews the “Intergenerational Effects of Racism”… Read More

Racial Trauma In The Workplace

Topics to be discussed: • What is racial trauma, and does it show up in the workplace amongst our providers? • As a Black professional yourself, what challenges do Black… Read More

Keeping Your “High Performers” From Burnout

Burnout is a word we’ve heard often in the past 14 months. In one 2021 study across different industries, age groups, and experience levels, 52% of employee respondents said they were feeling burned out, up from… Read More

Mental Health Awareness Month 2021 Toolkit

Mental Health America (MHA) started Mental Health Month in 1949 to communicate the importance of mental health to overall health. MHA insights about the factors that lead to mental health for… Read More

Nurse Wellness: A Call To Action

Worldwide, nurses are on the frontlines caring for the sick and injured of society. The presence of COVID-19 and the global pandemic have shined a light on nurses’ heroic efforts… Read More

Is There Value In Staffing Ratios?

Where do mandated staffing ratios fit in value-based care? Do lower staffing ratios for clinical professionals improve the quality of care? The data isn’t clear about the benefits of lower… Read More

High Turnover, The Other Staffing Issue

The average turnover rate among health care workers was 20.6% in 2017, up dramatically from 15.6% in 2010. Health care was second only to hospitality in its turnover (see the… Read More