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Paula Kett, PhD, MPH, BSN, IBCL

Research Scientist, Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington

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Authors: Marieke van Eijk | Lillian Prueher | Paula Kett | Bianca Frogner | Grace Guenther

Topics: COVID-19, Policy, Staffing

January 11, 2023
This article examines how fluctuating federal funding and the COVID-19 pandemic have affected the federal Health Insurance Navigator Program in 2020.
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November 25, 2022
This webinar discusses organizational approaches to expanding doula services, system-level changes which are needed, and the work-related experiences and stressors doulas describe in delivering these services.
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Authors: Paula Kett | Marieke van Eijk | Grace Guenther | Susan Skillman

Topics: Emerging Models and Innovations, Policy

August 3, 2022
This article examines the work experiences, related stressors, and stress management strategies of individual community-based birth doulas.
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Authors: Marieke van Eijk | Grace Guenther | Paula Kett | Andrew Jopson | Bianca Frogner | Susan Skillman

Topics: Diversity, Emerging Models and Innovations, Health Workforce Models and Projections

February 23, 2022
This article examines various approaches to train, recruit, and employ doulas, as well as what system-level changes are needed to address health inequities in underserved communities and expand access to birth doula services.
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Authors: Marieke van Eijk | Paula Kett | Lillian Prueher | Bianca Frogner | Grace Guenther

Topics: Diversity, Emerging Models and Innovations, Staffing

February 17, 2022
This article examines the navigator profession to better understand the equity work they do, the training and skills required, and the Navigator Program-based challenges they face.
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