Like many of you, I have closely followed the events of this past week in the U.S., where we witnessed George Floyd – an unarmed black man – die as a result of a white police officer kneeling on his neck as he pleads, “I can’t breathe.”
Five helpful steps for nurses, physicians, first responders and other caregivers to help manage and identify stressors, avoid compassion fatigue, mitigate burnout and keep themselves healthy during these challenging times.
As the world adapts from the effects of COVID-19, we turn to the healthcare workers to keep us safe and standing tall.
As the number of COVID-19 cases in our country multiplies, so has the strain on a primary care system that was already short of physicians and nurses before this crisis hit.
As coronavirus is not only affecting public health, it has caused an incredible amount of uncertainty in the global markets and with business continuity.
COVID-19 is a major public health concern, affecting people and communities around the globe. It is perhaps the greatest public health issue of our time, and with it comes a universal need to address this evolving crisis.
At Adtalem Global Education, our students, customers and employer partners have always been the focus of everything we do.
Increasing diversity drives economic growth and improves our global society. After Dreamforce, Adtalem Chairman and CEO Lisa Wardell shares her thoughts on how to address underrepresentation at all leadership levels.
Adtalem Global Education Refreshed Student Commitments
Adtalem Global Education Refreshed Student Commitments for FY19
Adtalem Global Education President and CEO Lisa Wardell was profiled by the Washington Post’s Thomas Heath.