Stories with tag: "Voices From Rush"

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Mental & Behavioral Health

Reflections on Trauma-Informed Care

Trauma-informed care transforms patient care and the providers who deliver it.

Black female care provider with hand on shoulder of female patient of color
COVID-19

A Year of Strength and Resilience

Rush Copley nursing leader reflects on colleagues’ response to pandemic

Rush News Article
Brain Health & Conditions

8 Ways to Prevent Stroke and Spot Its Warning Signs

Learning the signs of a stroke can save lives and greatly improve outcomes

Susan Song
Community

A Message of Hope for the Future

A statement from Rush’s Racial Justice Action Committee following the Minneapolis verdict

Rush News Article

'The White Guys' vs. 'The Janitors'

My life-changing encounter with racial microaggression

Jerenda Bond, PT, DPT, Rush University, Chicago, Illinois
Pregnancy & Childbirth

Focusing on Black Maternal Health

Achieving Black maternal health requires health care to value Black moms

Black Mamas Matter
Awards, Rankings and Recognitions

Celebrating the Rush Access Center

Access Center team helps patients get the care they need, when and where they need it

COVID-19

Austin Vaccine Clinic Brings Rush Health Equity to Life

A Rush faculty member and retired veteran shares her volunteer experience at the clinic

Tanya Friese with Cassondra Jackson_Feature
Community

The Ultimate Vaccine

The MAAFA Redemption Project executive director calls for new health care approach for communities of color

Marshall Hatch Jr., executive director of Maafa Redemption Project
Community

Rush Stands Against Anti-Asian Violence

Speaking out against the increased violence and discrimination faced by people of Asian descent during the pandemic

RJAC Statement