The Research-to-Policy Collaboration (RPC) works to bring together research professionals and public officials to support evidence-based policy.
Education professionals in K-12 and higher education settings are at risk of leaving the profession, in part because of the stress and dissatisfaction from not being allowed to use their professional judgment to make sound educational decisions
The direct care workforce, such as home health aides and nursing assistants, comprise about 5 million workers. They are crucial in providing essential services to vulnerable populations, including older adults and individuals with disabilities. However, these workers often face significant challenges, including low wages and lack of career advancement, which harm their health.
Telehealth has evolved from a concierge convenience for private insurance companies into an essential tool for increasing access to care1 and improving health equity.2 The benefits and challenges of telehealth and telementoring are documented, as are recommendations for policymakers to consider to improve individuals’ access to care.