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How to build a resilient public health workforce.

America Dissected

Incision Media LLC

Politics, News, Society & Culture

4.74.4K Ratings

🗓️ 23 April 2024

⏱️ 48 minutes

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Public health professionals are people, too. Too often, though, we don’t think about them that way — their needs, their hopes, and aspirations, their individual skills and areas of passion. But if we want a functional public health system, we really should. Abdul reflects on the experience of leading public health teams. Then he speaks with Dr. Brian Castrucci, President and CEO of the de Beaumont Foundation and co-author of a new book, “Building Strategic Skills for Better Health: A Primer for Public Health Professionals,” about how to build a better public health workforce.

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Senator Bernie Sanders proposes a long COVID moonshot.


Congress faces a deadline to end or extend pandemic-era telehealth policies.


This is America Disected.


I'm your host, Dr. Abdul Alsayah. To say that it's been a rough couple years for public health folks, that'd be an understatement. It's been the worst couple of


years in living memory. As much as the rest of the country has moved on from the


pandemic, we're stuck in a bit of a, we'll call it suspended animation. On the one hand, as much as the pandemic era of COVID-19 has been


declared over, the virus, SARS COV2, is still here. That's true both as a seasonal virus


that continues to make thousands of people sick every single day


and as a persistent illness for millions of people living with long COVID.


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