Source: Freepik Copyright: URL: License: Licensed by JMIR DENVER, Colorado, May 6, 2022 — For US health systems, valuing diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workforce is vital to serving the emerging needs of a diverse patient population. The much-aspired patient-centered care is feasible when the approach and focus are shifted to enable health systems to improve care quality and the patient experience of diverse patients. Published in the JMIR Formative Research, the study titled “Valuing Diversity and Inclusion in Health Care to Equip the Workforce: Survey Study and Pathway Analysis” [] asks the following questions: Can the health care workforce leverage the educational pipeline to fulfillRead More →

Source: Freepik Copyright: diana.grytsku URL: License: Licensed by JMIR CONTACT: Emily Kumlien 608-516-9154 Parental rules about content – not screen time – lead to greater teen well-being MADISON, Wisconsin, May 4, 2022 — Parents play a major role in determining whether teens’ use of digital technology is healthy or puts their mental and physical health at risk, according to a new study from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. The large, nationwide study was led by Dr Megan Moreno, professor of pediatrics and head of the Social Media and Adolescent Health Research Team at the School of Medicine and Public Health and adolescentRead More →