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See You Now: Focus on Health Equity (Free)

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Online Course & CNE Credit Expiration: 12/15/2024
4.0 Contact Hours
Presented by Ana

Health equity is a topic that you need to understand and address as a professional nurse. You may feel overwhelmed by the problem when discussing it with your colleagues. How can you start to be part of the solution(s) that will result in better health outcomes for more patients? Sometimes all you need is a little inspiration.

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Overview

Health equity is a topic that you need to understand and address as a professional nurse. You may feel overwhelmed by the problem when discussing it with your colleagues. How can you start to be part of the solution(s) that will result in better health outcomes for more patients? Sometimes all you need is a little inspiration.

Listen to and reflect on this set of SEE YOU NOW podcasts to learn how nurses like you are innovating how they address specific health equity gaps in their communities. These empowering stories include:

  • Reading the Signs: Nurses are often the first point of clinical contact for victims and play a key role in identifying and providing resources to them. You will meet Danielle Bastien, RN, DNP, FNP-BC, a nurse practitioner at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan who researched and explored human trafficking and how health systems, and nurses specifically, can identify and protect victims, help them find a way out, and a safer, more secure path forward.
  • Black Midwives & Mamas Matter: Hear from three healthcare innovators who personally and professionally—as Black women and advisors to the Black Mamas Matter Alliance—work tirelessly to advance policy grounded in human rights and reproductive justice to improve Black maternal health and lives. You will learn from Jennie Joseph, LM, CPM, RM, Founder and Executive Director of Commonsense Childbirth and Founder of the National Perinatal Task Force; Joia Crear-Perry, MD, Founder and President of the National Birth Equity Collaborative; and Monica McLemore, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN, Tenured Associate Professor at the University of California, San Francisco and member of the Bixby Center of Global Reproductive Health.
  • Virtual Screening for Safer Shelter(s): Nurse Disrupted—a pandemic response start-up in Madison, WI—was launched in record time to build fast, simple, virtual health screenings for homeless shelters and communities. Bre Loughlin, MS, RN, and Tracy Zvenyach, PhD, APRN-NP, co-founders of Nurse Disrupted discuss how their different, yet complementary backgrounds of technology and policy are part of the strength of their partnership. You will also learn how in solving one problem, they simultaneously solve several more.
  • Counting on Faith: Clergy and faith-based organizations are pivotal and trusted players in their communities providing service, leadership, connection, communication, distribution of services, and increasingly, innovation. UK Healthcare’s Chief Diversity Officer Tukea Talbert, DNP, RN, CDP explores how partnerships with our communities’ faith leaders and congregations can build trust, break systemic barriers to access, and move toward health equity.

After listening to this set of podcasts, you will benefit from:

  • Expanded knowledge of health equity issues in multiple care settings
  • Broadened understanding of the gaps and impacts on health care caused by disparities
  • Inspiration and empowerment from new and proven approaches to increase equitable access to care

The free CNE contact hours for this content was developed with the support of Johnson and Johnson.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Describe innovative and human-centered solutions addressing today’s most challenging healthcare problems

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The American Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

ANA is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP17219.

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