Macy’s 2016 Scholar Class Takes a Look Back
As their tenure ends, the 2016 class reflects on what the program has meant to each of them and how it has impacted their careers
Addiction Medicine Fellowships: The Fight Against the Opioid Crisis
Tim Brennan, MD, MPH, Vice President for Medical and Academic Affairs at The Addiction Medicine Foundation, on the importance of trained physicians in helping to stem the opioid crisis.
Developments, Not Dust: Progress on the 2017 Report, Registered Nurses: Partners in Transforming Primary Care?
Is the dust gathering on the 2017 Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation report on Registered Nurses: Partners in Transforming Primary Care? Hardly.
How Can We Educate and Train to Professionalism?
The report summarizes a convening of the 19 grantees who received funding from the national initiative, Educating and Training to Professionalism, co-sponsored by the Macy Foundation.
How Macy’s Support Helped Revitalize the Primary Care System
“It is hard to overstate the profound impact of the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation on our non-profit, Primary Care Progress, since our formation 8 years ago.”
Ensuring Health Professions Students Understand the Systems of Care
Macy Faculty Scholar Jed Gonzalo, MD, MSc, on educating future providers to be citizens of the healthcare system.
“The House that George Built”: One Grantee Shares Her Story
“Through his inimitable warmth, wisdom, and passion for team health care, we have come to see our own power, our own potential for transcending the siloes of old.”