Using novel data sources, Mullan Institute now have a Behavioral Health Workforce Tracker; Read about how we identified 1.2 million behavioral health providers and how you can use our Behavioral Health Workforce Tracker to study the workforce. link.
Ashley Darcy Mahoney, a professor and neonatal nurse practitioner at The George Washington University School of Nursing and Mullan Institute member Co-authored this piece from the Hills discussing in light of the recent COVID-19 vaccine approval for young children ages 6 months to 5 years.
Clese Erikson, principal investigator at the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity at George Washington University was quoted in Patient Engagement Hit for her study Historic Redlining and Contemporary Behavioral Health Workforce Disparities.
"While it may seem hard to understand how structurally racist redlining policies that were implemented nearly 100 years ago would impact access to care today, this initial analysis suggests that could be the case,” Clese Erikson. Read the article here.
Patricia Pittman, professor of health policy and management at Milken Institute SPH and director of the Mullan Institute shared opinion "It seems like somebody's run the numbers, and they actually can afford more travelers." Read more.
Featured on MedPage Today, Patricia Pittman comments on travel nurses : "It's possible that hospital executives' outcry about travel industry pricing was overblown," Pittman told MedPage Today. "They are not always the best sources about what is actually happening on the ground, because they have a vested interest in constructing certain stories." Read more.