Why Work in Healthcare?
Schools of nursing, medicine, and public health are attracting applicants in record numbers and admiration for these professionals has never been higher. At the same time, many workers—burned out, burdened by debt, and facing mental health challenges—are fleeing the field. Given the appeal, the stress, and the vital nature of healthcare jobs, we need to understand how best to recruit, motivate, and reward workers. Strengthening their support systems, redesigning jobs to elevate autonomy and flexibility, and structuring assignments to encourage creativity are all part of the secret sauce that helps to nurture a dedicated healthcare workforce.
Sandra LindsayDirector of Patient Care Services at Northwell Health's Long Island J...
Adrian BillingsChief Medical Officer of Preventive Care Health Services
Dave ChokshiClinical Professor of Population Health at NYU Grossman School of Med...
Siobhan WescottDirector of American Indian Health at University of Nebraska Medical C...