April 17, 2020
CIN Webinar Series — Compassionate Leadership in Times of Crisis
April 17, 2020
This four-part webinar series focused on leadership and purpose and provides health care professionals with the tools and resources needed to maintain and increase their own resilience, and that of their teams.
May 19, 2022
CIN Workshop — Confronting Racism Denial: Tools for Naming Racism and Moving to Action
May 19, 2022
This workshop is intended for health and social services leaders (broadly defined as those contributing to the health of communities) who want to better understand how racism impacts health and well-being and who are eager to take positive actions to combat the negative health impacts of racism.
CIN Connections, Fall 2020 — Emerging Innovations: Health Care During a Pandemic
In this issue of CIN Connections, learn how Dr. Mitch Katz, president and CEO, NYC Health + Hospitals, adapted its health care delivery model in the surge of the pandemic in New York City, and how CIN partners have adapted their work in the midst of massive change.
Weighing In: CHCF Leadership Fellows React to the COVID-19 Pandemic
In April 2020, less than three weeks into California’s statewide shelter-in-place order, the Healthforce Center at UCSF surveyed alumni of the CHCF Health Care Leadership Program to better understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their patients, their workplace colleagues, and themselves.
CIN Connections, Spring 2020 — Foundations for Health
Workforce, Maternal Health
This issue of CIN Connections features tips on how to be a resilient leader, make strategic decisions around social needs interventions, as well as lessons on building partnerships across the health care landscape.
Transforming the Health Care Field
This evaluation measures the extent to which alumni of the CHCF Leadership Program have drawn on the skills, relationships, resources, and opportunities they acquired through the program to effect change within their organizations and in the health care field.
Committed Physician Recruits Young People to Diversify Health Care Workforce
May 16, 2019
Jocelyn Freeman Garrick, a no-nonsense doctor from Oakland’s Highland Hospital, is on the lookout for youth from families with low incomes who could become future nurses, physicians, respiratory therapists, and more.
At the Center of San Francisco’s Safety Net, the CEO Leans In
October 4, 2018
Expanding Health Coverage, Behavioral Health, Medi-Cal
Two years into her tenure as CEO of San Francisco's major public hospital, Susan Ehrlich is enchanted with her work and the management technique that won her the job.