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The Mullan Institute is dedicated to building a community interested and involved in advancing health workforce issues. Increased collaboration within GW strengthens our research and its policy impact, and provides opportunities to increase policy coordination and consensus among public and private decision makers.
The Social Mission Alliance (SMA) is working to create a national network of health professionals and organizations dedicated to integrating social mission into professional health education. This movement takes us beyond centuries-old conventions in health professions education to train providers prepared to build a system that is not only better, but fairer.
The SMA hosts a comprehensive conference for health professionals committed to a more equitable health care. The broad themes of social mission include social determinants of health, community engagement, disparity reduction, diversity promotion and value-based health care. Interprofessional education and practice are essential components of a transformed health system. The Social Mission conference is a unique opportunity to learn more about the movement and how to integrate social mission into your teaching, learning and practice.
Workplace Change Collaborative
The Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Technical Assistance Center, the Workplace Change Collaborative (WCC), is a HRSA-funded center focused on supporting the Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training Program (HPSWRTP) and Promoting Resilience and Mental Health among the Health Professional Workforce (PRMHW) grantees in their on-the-ground efforts to promote wellness and reduce burnout among health and public safety workers and trainees and create better working and learning environments.
The Mullan Health Workforce Equity Summit is an annual event that convenes stakeholders, scholars, and the public on important and edgy topics relating to health disparities, equity, and the workforce.