National Academy of Medicine

Improving Collaboration among Health Communication, Health Education, and Health Literacy

  Health communication, health education, and health literacy are rooted in a common understanding of human commu
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A Unified Foundation to Support a Highly Qualified Early Childhood Workforce

  As a result of the recommendations from the report Transforming the Workforce for Children Birth Through Age 8: A Unifying
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Connecting Stakeholders to Bridge the Divide: Upskilling Virginia’s Early Childhood Educators

  Case Study to Bridge the Divide: Upskilling Virginia’s Early Childhood Educators Over the past 18 mon
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Defining Community-Engaged Health Professional Education: A Step Toward Building the Evidence

The Global Strategy for Health Workforce 2030 (WHO, 2016) outlines a set of milestones and strategies to exp
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Expulsion and Suspension in Early Education as Matters of Social Justice and Health Equity

Scientists have a central role in addressing the challenges that face society. The primary purpose of research
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Training the Workforce for 21st-Century Science: A Vital Direction for Health and Health Care

Continuing to improve human health at reasonable costs is one of the biggest challenges facing society in th
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Creating a Continuous Learning Foundation for the Medical School of the Future

Is there a more fertile setting to instill and advance continuous learning than in our nation’s medical
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The Future of Nursing: A Look Back at the Landmark IOM Report

Three years ago, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released its landmark report The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Adv
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Developing a Global Curriculum for Regulators

The IOM report Ensuring Safe Foods and Medical Products Through Stronger Regulatory Systems Abroad found that a lack of workforce trainin
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Creating a Culture to Promote Shared Decision Making at Group Health

Decades of research from the Dartmouth Atlas have shown that unwarranted variations in elective surgery are pervas
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