Welcome to a special 3-part series of Hartford HealthCare's More Life that will focus on how different generations engage on various healthcare topics.
Hosted by Tina Varona, director of Media Relations on the Hartford HealthCare content strategy team, and administrative graduate intern Levell Williams - a health equity scholar at the Brown University School of Public Health in Rhode Island.
The idea behind the series: identify the “generation gap” in various health-related topics while Tina and Levell share their own, unique experiences representing Generation X and Gen Z.
The goal: to “bridge that gap” through a lively discussion with Hartford HealthCare experts to educate audience members of all age groups.
In episode three, Tina and Levell get very honest about the physical, emotional and social generation gap when it comes to COVID-19. Their guest, Keith Grant, APRN, is Senior System Director of Infection Prevention for Hartford HealthCare and has been on the front line, helping every generation navigate this pandemic from the start.
Listen to the other episodes in this series:
Episode 1 with Dr. Laura Saunders
Episode 2 with Dr. Godfrey Pearlson
Watch: Keith Grant featured on NBC CT
Keith Grant Recognized as Local Hero for All, including People of Color