Part of a special series exploring how hospitals and health systems are addressing the medical complications that can accompany pregnancy, this podcast shares how Orlando Health is reaching outside its walls to support heart-healthy pregnancies and postpartum periods for new mothers.
Bryan Smith, recently retired chief of the FBI’s Cyber Criminal Operations Section, discusses the challenge of protecting the nation's caregivers and patients from cyberattacks and how partnerships are crucial in prevailing against cybercriminals.
In the latest episode of the AHA series “Beyond Birth,” clinical social worker Laura La Porte and new mom Anna Ma discuss how the Perinatal Depression Program at Endeavor Health supports a new mother's mental health and provides avenues for parents to seek help.
Suzanne Bentley, M.D., chief wellness officer at New York City Health and Hospitals Elmhurst, discusses the critical role of peer support in employee mental health and the impact of building infrastructure focused on the well-being of staff.
In this podcast sponsored by Valor Performance, experts from Kaiser Permanente and Mass General Brigham share innovative workforce approaches to help clinicians thrive professionally and personally.
Three rural hospital and health system leaders discuss the new ways they are retaining their workforce and how they are proceeding to attract future generations of health care workers. LISTEN NOW
Two experts discuss how Northwestern Medicine’s Scholars of Wellness program is easing mental stress and burnout among its staff and could benefit hospitals and health systems across the nation.
Ellen Brzytwa, R.N., a trustee at the Cleveland Clinic, discusses her mission to recruit more nurses to hospital board positions. LISTEN NOW
The creators of Grady Health System’s Teen Experience and Leadership Program describe how providing hands-on internships for local teens is helping to build its workforce pipeline for decades to come.