National Academy of Medicine

The Role of Accreditation in Achieving the Quadruple Aim

Intersections of Accreditation Interprofessional education (IPE) and collaborative practice continue to gain momentum within the health sector.
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Respiratory Protection for Health Care Workers: Simplify Procedures and Improve Health

Health care professionals, including emergency response personnel, face unique occupational health and safety chall
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A Multifaceted Systems Approach to Addressing Stress Within Health Professions Education and Beyond

There are unique stressors faced by health professionals that begin during the educational process an
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100 Days of Rain: A Reflection on the Limits of Physician Resilience

By January 1999, it rained, they say, for over 100 days in a row; Seattle has a reputation for precipitation, which I have to believe
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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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Workforce for 21st-Century Health and Health Care: A Vital Direction for Health and Health Care

America’s health and health-care workforce is made up of people in many occupations, generally categorized
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Preparing Health Care and Public Health Professionals for Team Performance: The Community as Classroom

Today, team-based health care is no longer an innovation or even a choice. Increasingly, providers
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Health Care Reform as a Vehicle for Promoting Children’s Mental and Behavioral Health

Most mental health conditions emerge in childhood and adolescence, and many develop in the context
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