Women's Health, Long-Term COVID and Police Reform
Steve Adubato sits down with Christine Masterson, MD, Chief of Women, Children and Dermatology Service Lines, Summit Health, to discuss how women in the “sandwich generation” face increased stress providing care for their parents and children simultaneously and the importance of women taking care of their health throughout the pandemic. Dr. Masterson also stresses the need for children to get back on track with routine vaccines.
Steve Adubato is joined by Thomas Shea, D.Sc., Professor & Program Director, Police Graduate Studies Program, College of Education and Human Services, Seton Hall University, and Juan A. Rios, DSW, LCSW, Assistant Professor of Social Work, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, & Social Work, and Director (On sabbatical), Masters of Work Program, Seton Hall University. They discuss the biggest challenges law enforcement officers are currently facing, how the Community Care & Justice initiative is working to reimagine traditional models of law enforcement, and the future of police-minority relations.
Steve Adubato sits down with Steven Sheris, MD, Executive Vice President & Chief Physician Executive, Atlantic Health System, and President, Atlantic Medical Group, to discuss the leadership lessons he’s learned during the COVID health crisis, the importance of telehealth for healthcare, and the need to support healthcare workers throughout the pandemic.