Some neighborhoods have higher rates of pedestrian and bike crashes.
Cornell University recruiting for study of older healthcare workers
Cornell University is holding remote focus groups this month as part of their study entitled "Should I Stay or Should I Go? Keeping Older Healthcare Workers Engaged." Participants should be healthcare professionals age 50 or older who are currently working in the field or who have worked in the field in the past 2 years.
Local experiences of foreign-educated healthcare workers highlighted in City Newspaper
City Newspaper recently published a story covering the experiences of foreign-educated healthcare professionals in Rochester. The article also covers how local programs like Rochester Refugee Resettlement Services and the Health Professional Opportunity Grant have helped place workers into the healthcare field.
The June 2019 issue of Health Affairs, entitled "Community Care for High-Need Patients," is focused on workforce issues associated with providing home and community-based care for people with advanced illnesses. Topics include: workforce supply and demand, core competencies, care teams and family caregivers. The issue includes a specific analysis of tasks completed by paid caregivers in New York City compared to New York State Department of Health's basic training for Medicaid-funded caregivers. The NY study can be found here: https://www.healthaffairs.org/doi/full/10.1377/hlthaff.2019.00004