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Disability Inclusion in Nursing: Getting to Know Our Advisory Committee

Learn a bit more about the four members of the Advisory Committee—how their respective lived experiences shape their perspective on nursing education, their hopes for disability inclusion in nursing, and the wisdom...
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Advisory Committee Insights on the Disability Inclusion in Nursing Grants Program

In this month’s Macy Notes, the advisory committee of our new grants program share their perspectives on the rationale for the Disability Inclusion in Nursing grant and their hopes for its impact.
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Building Advocacy into Health Professions Education: An Interview with Dr. Lanre Falusi

For the seventh and final episode of Vital Voices Season 3, Dr. Holly J. Humphrey is joined by Lanre Falusi, MD, MEd, an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the George Washington University School of Medicine and...
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Macy Catalyst Awards: Supporting Change Agents in the Clinical Learning Environment

Earlier this month my Macy colleagues and I spent time with an inspiring group of medical educators and residents who are working as change agents within their institutions.

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Ensuring Inclusive Parental Support in Medical Schools

In so many cases, parents or prospective parents in medicine have to make painful choices which make it hard to be successful both as a student or doctor and as a parent. But what if there were ways to support these parents and mitigate their sacrifices to their families and line of work?

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Putting Knowledge into Action to Reduce Maternal Mortality

Everyone who goes into healthcare does so because they want to help people. How, then, can this mission sometimes go awry?

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A Hands-On Approach to Enhance Community Care

Most patients think about healthcare in the United States as a single, interconnected system. They don’t necessarily distinguish between primary care providers, specialists, public health experts, emergency providers, and others.

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