Monthly Archives: March 2021

Establishing Trust in Healthcare

Blog post by Joe Babaian As a great follow up from Colin’s recent blog on vaccine hesitancy, I’d like to expand the conversation to the wider view on trust in healthcare. More than ever, we think about trust in healthcare – the system and the medical profession is rooted in experience, connections, and perception. Different […]

Dealing with Vaccine Hesitancy with Friends & Family

Vaccine hesitancy is real and if not dealt with, could unnecessarily extend the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully as more and more people get vaccinated, the degree of hesitancy appears to be declining. But what can you do if one of the people refusing to get the vaccine is a friend or family member? What can you […]

How do we fix a broken system?

At the next HCLDR tweetchat, we welcome some very special guests from Canadian College of Health Leaders. They will be leading us in a very important topic around public health + public safety + policing. You definitely won’t want to miss it. Below is an amazing post from Eileen Pepler who sets up the discussion […]

Follow the Leader in Healthcare

Blog Post By Joe Babaian Leadership isn’t just about being popular and it’s certainly not about being draconian, Steve Jobs’ legacy notwithstanding. Leadership is all about identifying the range of skills and passions in your organization and leveraging for the mutual good.  Balance is another sign of great leadership since we know we need more […]

Nurses + COVID-19: Is their plight our fight?

Last week I saw a news piece about the plight of nurses of Filipino descent. Even though they make up just 4% of the nursing workforce in the US, they account for 30% of the COVID-related deaths. I also read an article about how nurses are quitting in record numbers due to stress, burnout, lack […]