Training Leaders to Ensure Equity in the Health Workforce

The 16 professionals from around the world who were selected as 2018 Leaders in Health Equity recently began their fellowships with a trip to Washington, DC. During the two weeks they spent in the U.S. capital they began enhancing their abilities to advance health workforce equity. [Read Entire Article Here]

“These fellows all arrived with impressive commitments to health equity. I am confident that they will go on to become leaders in a new generation of equity activists working to defeat health disparities all over the world,” said Fitzhugh Mullan, MD, Professor of Health Policy and Management at George Washington University’s (GW’s) Milken Institute School of Public Health and the Co-Director of the both the Leaders in Health Equity program and the university’s Health Workforce Institute.  [Read Entire Article Here]