Children's Hospital ColoradoThe mission of Children’s Hospital Colorado is to ensure that children live safe and healthy lives by providing high-quality programs of patient care, education, research and advocacy. While their goal is to provide world class medical care, they are also committed to keeping kids out of the hospital by preventing injuries and illness and generating good health outcomes. This video podcast features Robert Franklin II, Diversity, Health Equity and Inclusion Program Manager, sharing how the program works to support workers, patients and caregivers and can be viewed.Metro State University's Graduate School
As one of the most diverse universities in the Rocky Mountain region, MSU Denver seeks to promote an inclusive community of learners, an awareness and appreciation of multicultural perspectives, and the establishment of policies, practices, programs, and resources designed to embrace and support diversity. This video podcast features Dr Shannon Campbell, associate Vice President of Graduate Studies to discuss their diversity, equity and inclusion program at the graduate school.
As part of their training, our troops are taught the 4 pillars of resilience: mental, physical, social, and spiritual. Resilience is defined as how one deals effectively with pressure, ambiguous and emerging conditions, and multiple tasks; remains optimistic and persistent, even under adversity or uncertainty. Chaplain Friedman’s presentation is on the elements of spiritual resiliency and coping with today’s pressures and is information we can all use during these trying times.
Ready to Work
Ready to Work is a unique non-profit that combines homeless services with a work force program. Join us for an informative discussion with Brian Arnold, the Aurora Program Director, and learn about the program and the impact it has on reducing homelessness and helping people become self-sufficient and productive again. View the presentation here.