There is a wide variety of health professions educational and training programs in the US. These programs are crucial for insuring an adequate supply of health care providers both in number and in preparation to meet the needs of the population.
This article describes behavioral health provider perspectives on the use of telebehavioral health before and during the pandemic, as well as how policy changes impacted access to and utilization of behavioral health services in Michigan.
This webinar presents findings from a study that explores how medical education programs address these core competencies. Facilitators and barriers to integrating disability competency training in medical education are discussed, as well as recommendations for changes.
This webinar explores a career development program at the University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing. The FirstGenRN Program focuses on a learning community for nursing students, faculty development, and a visibility campaign.
This policy brief describes a series of playbooks that provide health care systems, states, the federal government, and other stakeholders with updated, state-of-the-art resources to promote local flexibility to respond to workforce challenges and shortages during the pandemic and beyond.