UW Medicine The Huddle highlights op-ed by Dr. Janice Sabin on tackling implicit bias

UW Medicine’s The Huddle highlighted an op-ed in the New England Journal of Medicine on tackling implicit bias [...]

Insurance navigators support the advancement of health equity

Insurance navigators help individuals sign up for health insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace. The [...]

Crosscut article features interview with UW CHWS researcher Paula Kett on the important role of doulas in health equity

UW CHWS research scientist, Paula Kett, PhD, MPH, RN was interviewed as part of an investigative report [...]

The June 2022 CHWS Newsletter is out now!

The June edition of our newsletter is now available! Upcoming events, research highlights, and important [...]

Read the March 2022 CHWS Newsletter

UW CHWS recently released the March 2022 edition of our newsletter! Highlights include our work [...]

Supply and Demand? Nursing Shortages Fuel Increase in High Paying Travel Nurse Jobs

Entering the third year of the pandemic, hospitals and long-term care facilities continue to have [...]

Travel Nurses Meet National Staffing Demand at What Cost?

Travel agencies that staff nurses around the country are reportedly paying as much as twice [...]

Behavioral health workforce shortages may be attributed to availability of higher wage jobs in other industries

Boosting the behavioral health workforce is cited as one of four key ways lawmakers want [...]

New research on the evolving nature of the health services research workforce

AcademyHealth member Bianca Frogner, with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, highlighted data on [...]

Mapping mental health care in Washington: A look at how the system works, and its gaps

Included are detailed infographics which describe the complexity of Washington’s mental health landscape, including real-world [...]