DE&I Webinar Series: Changing the Way We Think About Mental Health
Changing the Way We Think About Mental Health examines how we arrived at the current mental health crisis and why we need to change how we think about this sector to improve future health outcomes, access, equity, and costs. This panel discusses how and why social determinants of health play a role in patient outcomes and explore the impacts of COVID-19 on mental health and substance use. Panelists also share the work they are currently engaged in to improve the mental health sector and their vision for the future to make mental health more inclusive, equitable, and diverse.
Featured Speakers: Kartiki Churi, MD, Tele-psychiatrist for Amwell Gregory Elliott, PhD, LPC, President of the Colorado Counseling Association and Assistant Professor at Colorado Christian University Aparna Gupta, DNP, CPHQ, President of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association Homer Venters, MD, MPH, Clinical Associate Professor at NYU College of Global Public Health and Appointee of the Biden-Harris COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force Megan Vogels, MA, LPC, NCC, Rewiring Chief at the Tennyson Center for Children.
Moderator: Alex Scialdone, MS, Partnerships Chair of HASO and MBA Health Administration candidate
Presented by: The Health Administration Student Organization (HASO) at the University of Colorado Denver and the Colorado Association of Healthcare Executives (CAHE) present the second event in our Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in Healthcare Webinar Series.
Restructuring and Reimagining: Leading a Post-Pandemic Workplace with Wayne Cascio—Uptime Logistics
On the Youtube show, Uptime Logistics, Doug looks at the human resources side of uptime - especially now in a post-pandemic workplace. There’s an interesting dichotomy right now of companies fighting to survive and others that can’t seem to grow fast enough. In either case, there are some lessons to be learned, and Dr. Wayne Cascio is the perfect person to communicate the latest insights. They explore the recent research of 4,000 companies that highlights 6 factors that senior leadership needs to assess with downsizing or growing workforce. They also discuss recruitment/retention/training, how things have changed during this pandemic crisis, and what the future may bring.
Wayne Cascio is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the Business School of the University of Colorado-Denver. He’s also an author and award-winning researcher. Most recently, a 2020 recipient of the Ulrich Impact Award from HR Division of Academy Management for a career in research that ties theory to practical applications.
DE&I Webinar Series: The Effects of Systemic Racism on Healthcare
The first in a series of webinars focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion in healthcare. The Effects of Systemic Racism on Healthcare brings together a panel of experts to examine the lasting effects of systemic racism and explore opportunities to improve equity of care.
Featured Speakers: Jandel Allen-Davis, MD, CEO & President of Craig Hospital in Denver, CO Nita Mosby Tyler, PhD, Chief Catalyst & Founder of The Equity Project, LLC Regina Richard, PhD, MSW, Associate Vice Chancellor of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Community Engagement at CU Denver
Moderator: Terrence Walker, PT, DPT, Co-President of HASO and MBA-Health Administration candidate at the CU Denver.
Presented by: The Health Administration Student Organization (HASO) at the University of Colorado Denver in partnership with the Colorado Association of Healthcare Executives (CAHE)