35 min

Holding Systems Responsible | Episode 18: Hannah Karpman Moral Matters

    • Medicine

We know that we’re working in systems that don’t do what they’re designed to do - now what? In this episode, we speak with our guest about moral injury in the behavioral healthcare system and how to resist the urge to burn the system down by advocating to make it better. Hannah Karpman, M.S.W., Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the Smith School for Social Work. Her career began with an interest in mental healthcare policy which has led to her current research on the interactions of marginalized and LGBTQ+ families with the behavioral healthcare system and a passion for advocacy.

We know that we’re working in systems that don’t do what they’re designed to do - now what? In this episode, we speak with our guest about moral injury in the behavioral healthcare system and how to resist the urge to burn the system down by advocating to make it better. Hannah Karpman, M.S.W., Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the Smith School for Social Work. Her career began with an interest in mental healthcare policy which has led to her current research on the interactions of marginalized and LGBTQ+ families with the behavioral healthcare system and a passion for advocacy.

35 min