“Frontline Workers’ Stories During COVID-19” Webinar Series

“Frontline Workers’ Stories During COVID-19” Webinar Series

The Global Health Humanities Initiative hosted a multi-part webinar series focused on how Health Humanities can engage the stories emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fall 2020 semester focused on the stories and experiences of frontline workers. Speakers addressed such topics as training challenges in the health professions, emotional and physical burnout, and priorities in patient care during a time of crisis. Throughout this webinar series, we discussed the role of sharing and listening to stories in understanding these issues.

Find out more information on events in this series, as well as other Health Humanities events on the Events page.

Listen to and watch recordings of the speakers in the series below. 

“Heroes and Villains: Moral Injury and Institutional Betrayal in the Era of COVID”
Tuesday, November 10th, 10:00-11:00AM
Rishi Goyal | Director of the Medicine, Literature, and Society Program and
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Columbia University Medical Center
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“The Stories of Nursing Educators and Trainees During COVID-19”
Thursday, October 8th, 1:00-2:00 PM
Margaret Bosenbark | Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, Texas A&M
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