Uncovering the Devaluation of Nursing Home Staff During COVID-19: Are We Fuelling the Next Health Care Crisis?

AUTHOR: Katherine S. McGilton, RN, PhD, Astrid Escrig-Pinol, PhD(c), Adam Gordon, PhD, MBChB, Charlene H. Chu, RN, GNC(c), PhD, Franziska Zúñiga, PhD, RN, Montserrat Gea Sanchez, PhD, Veronique Boscart, RN, PhD, Julienne Meyer, PhD, Kirsten N. Corazzini, PhD, FGSA, Alessandro Ferrari Jacinto, MD, PhD, Karen Spilsbury, PhD, Annica Backman, RN, PhD, Kezia Scales, PhD, Anette Fagertun, PhD, Bei Wu, PhD, David Edvardsson, PhD, Michael J. Lepore, PhD, Angela Y.M. Leung, PhD, Elena O. Siegel, PhD, RN, Maiko Noguchi-Watanabe, RN, PhD, Jing Wang, PhD, RN, Barbara Bowers, PhD, RN, FAAN

SUBJECT: poor job quality, nursing homes, pandemic, structural racism, sexism, BIPOC women, occupational segregation

8 Signs the Shortage in Paid Caregivers Is Getting Worse

AUTHOR: Robert Espinoza

SUBJECT: economy, care crisis, occupational segregation, structural racism, sexism, wages & benefits, career mobility, BIPOC women, poor job quality

Targeted Universalism: Policy & Practice

AUTHOR: A Primer

SUBJECT: Targeted universalism, policy development, policy implementation, racial equity, structural racism

Black Women Best: The Framework We Need for an Equitable Economy

AUTHOR: Kendra Bozarth, Grace Western, Janelle Jones

SUBJECTS: Black women, economy, policy implementation, policy development, racial equity, sexism, structural racism

Racial Inequality in the Labor Market and Employment Opportunities

AUTHOR: K. Steven Brown

SUBJECTS: structural racism, economy, occupational segregation, BIPOC women, essential workers

Notes from the Storm: Black Immigrant Domestic Workers in the Time of COVID-19

AUTHOR: The Institute for Policy Studies in partnership with
National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) We Dream In Black Program

SUBJECTS: pandemic, BIPOC women, structural racism, sexism, xenophobia, immigration, poor job quality

Addressing Systemic Racial Inequity In The Health Care Workforce

AUTHOR: Janette Dill Odichinma Akosionu J’Mag Karbeah Carrie Henning-Smith

SUBJECTS: occupational segregation, structural racism, sexism, wages & benefits, career mobility, financing solutions, BIPOC women, poor job quality

The New York Times: The Striking Racial Divide in How Covid-19 Has Hit Nursing Homes

Homes with a significant number of black and Latino residents have been twice as likely to be hit by the coronavirus as those where the population is overwhelmingly white.