Yesterday, July 30th, Bouvé hosted an installment within their Women Who Inspire series. This event featured Alisa Lincoln, the Director of the Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice (IHESJR), Suzanne Garverich, the Assistant Program Director of IHESJR, and Rachel Rodgers, Associate Professor in Applied Psychology and an Institute Faculty Scholar. This installment of the Women Who Inspire series was titled “The Impact of COVID-19 on Mental Health and Emerging Strategies to Support People through and beyond the Pandemic”. During the webinar, the speakers discussed ongoing research at the Institute and from the APPEAR team in the Department of Applied Psychology, examining the impact of COVID-19 on mental health as well as emerging strategies to support mental health and well-being during the pandemic. The link to their webinar can be found here as well as embedded below.
Alisa Lincoln, Suzanne Garverich, and Rachel Rodgers featured in Bouvé’s Women Who Inspire Series
The Women Who Inspire series features some of Bouvé’s most prominent women and the critical work they have been doing. Speakers share stories from their work during the pandemic and share insight on shifts and trends they anticipate in the transforming healthcare landscape. The series webpage contains more information about upcoming events and past events.