DescriptionThe pandemic has highlighted the importance of the care economy: frontline health work and health innovation, childcare, education and eldercare all are essential and will not be readily automated. When care services and solutions are lacking, women bear the brunt of the health burden and the unpaid care burden. How can women's labour and talents, whether as care workers or health innovators, be tapped to reimagine a just and inclusive care economy? A pitch for inclusion: The care economy: if not now, when? - Khara Jabola-Carolus, Executive Director, Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women From bench to frontline: supporting health innovation and essential worker health - Karima Silvent, Global Head of HR, AXA, Rising Talent 2008 - Rafaèle Tordjman, Founder & CEO, Jeito
Replay: A pitch for inclusion: The care economy: if not now, when? + From bench to frontline: supporting health innovation and essential worker health #Women4Health #Women4Inclusion
Nov 18th, 11:00 am - 11:45 am
Consultant, Global Healthcare Practice
Alberta Lymphedema Association &...
Vice-President & Lymphatic Researcher
Hawaii State Commission on the Status...
Chief HR Officer, Rising Talent 2008
Founder & CEO