Five on Friday: New Campaign to Address Healthcare Worker Burnout
It’s Friday, at long last! Here are five pieces that Migrant Clinicians Network staff shared this week, that we wanted to share with you.
Get vaccinated! Robert shared the update from the PBS NewsHour: Vaccine Data Shows Rates for Latest COVID-19 Booster Is ‘Abysmal’, Only 7% of US Adults with Shot
Many of our staff members are in Texas. Elizabeth shared this statement on last week’s passing of three bills in the Texas legislature. ACLU of Texas Responds to Advancement of Anti-Immigrant Border Bills
Guns are a public health issue that Kaethe addresses in her Witness to Witness work. During this week’s terrible mass shooting aftermath in Maine, she forwarded this interview with David Hemenway, a professor of health policy at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. Other Countries Put Lives before Guns. Why Can’t we?
Health Network in the news! Claire forwarded on the AP News article that features MCN’s Del, and describes the incredible efforts of our Health Network team to ensure continuity of care for migrants, amid a health system that struggles to assist people on the move. Migrants in Cities across the US May Need Medical Care. It’s Not That Easy to Find
Weekly Win: Gio shared the Impact Wellbeing campaign, launched this week! CDC’s National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Launches First Federal Campaign for Hospitals to Tackle Healthcare Workers Burnout