During Autism Acceptance Month we want to provide opportunities to increase understanding and acceptance of people with Autism, fostering worldwide support. Below you'll find three practices that help create a safe space for Autistic patients in a healthcare setting, but know these are applicable to any environment.
As more people are vaccinated throughout the United States, optimism is growing as we imagine a new phase of normalcy. As the access to vaccines increases nationwide, there is still some sense of hesitancy and uncertainty on how this will impact new variants that emerge. Herd immunity or population immunity is dependent on getting most people vaccinated which creates an opportunity for employers to support their employees throughout this process.
McKinsey & Company outlined why employers are uniquely positioned to support COVID-19-vaccine adoption. Read the full article to see how employers can support return-to-work efforts and accelerate the path to societal and economic recovery. You’ll also learn:
Research shows that people of color have been impacted disproportionately by the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about what initiatives are in place nationwide and in the state of Massachusetts to combat this disproportion during the vaccine rollout.
Social media platforms like Instagram have given healthcare professionals a direct line to patients and broader reach to spread information about their specialty in real-time. So, even if you're new to Instagram or have been growing your account for a while, it might be a good idea to check out the profiles below to keep up-to-date on the latest trends happening in the medical field.
We join our partners at Mass General Brigham in acknowledging that racism is a health issue. As a system, we stand strong against racism. Both our patients and our staff deserve better.