JPHMP Direct May 22, 2024
Emilie R. Madsen

Positive aspects or “bright spots” of the pandemic response, identified by governmental public health employees, offer important lessons and opportunities for growth for state and local public health agencies in both day-to-day and emergency preparedness planning capacities.

While much attention has been given to the public health challenges experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic, three new research briefs highlight bright spots or positive experiences that provide valuable insights and lessons from the workforce.

Focusing specifically on positive lessons identified during the analysis conducted for a previous study “Qualitative Insights from Governmental Public Health Employees About Experiences Serving During the COVID-19 Pandemic, PH WINS 2021,” the three research briefs examine positive workforce experiences with leadership, on-the-job learning, and teamwork and collaboration. These...

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