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See You Now: Rooting Out Racism in Health Care (Free)

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Online Course & CNE Credit Expiration: 03/31/2026
4 Contact Hours
Presented by Ana

You must act to make a change. Listen to innovative nurses in this set of SEE YOU NOW podcasts describe how they are taking action by creating and implementing strategies to address racism in health care. You will be exposed to how you can help make health care equitable, inclusive, and safe for all individuals.

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You must act to make a change. Listen to innovative nurses in this set of SEE YOU NOW podcasts describe how they are taking action by creating and implementing strategies to address racism in health care. You will be exposed to how you can help make health care equitable, inclusive, and safe for all individuals.

  •  Mentoring For a More Equitable Future: Think of the countless individuals seeking care daily in our clinics, pharmacies, hospitals, schools, and all manner of health care settings. To best communicate, understand, and build trust, it’s vital that patients see people in the healthcare workforce who look, speak, eat, pray, and live like they do. Our healthcare workforce is far from diverse, representative of our population, or a reflection of our communities and the people we care for. And that is problematic. This representation pipeline problem takes root early on in our educational settings. In this episode, we meet nurse anesthetist, founder, and CEO of Diversity in Nurse Anesthesia Mentorship Program, Wallena Gould, EdD, CRNA, FAAN, whose personal experiences led to a recognition of the scope and root problems that prevent innovation from being impactful or scaled, which led to a body of work that has been applied across healthcare to forge a more equitable future.
  • Roots of Resilience: A key component of sound mental health that may help protect against depression and anxiety is resilience and knowing that you’re connected to a greater purpose—to a story larger than your own—is key to building it. For Native and indigenous peoples, the stories of origin, history, and identity are central in building resilience and experiencing optimal health. In this episode, we meet indigenous nurse researcher John Lowe, RN, PhD, FAAN, and discover how he is addressing the long-standing structural impediments that have kept American Indian, Alaska Native and indigenous youth from connecting to their cultural heritage, native identity, and to a history that he describes as a source of great strength. John established the first Center for Indigenous Nurse Research For Health Equity where he is innovating on ancestral wisdom and tradition—through practices like the Virtual Talking Circle—to enable indigenous youth to move away from harmful behaviors and move toward lives and coping mechanisms that are both positive and strength-based.
  • Bridges To Fatherhood: Fathers play a unique role in their children’s lives and development, and plenty of research backs up the importance of a father's presence. But when it comes to preparing for parenthood, the focus is heavily skewed to preparing mothers for motherhood. So how are fathers getting the support and training they need to be successful -- especially in this age of pandemic parenting? And how does this all come together with the additional challenge of being a father who isn’t living with their children? It's not easy. In this episode, we learn how nurse scientist and researcher Wrenetha Julion, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN, CNL, is innovating to build and bolster the involvement of African American fathers who live apart from their children through the Building Bridges to Fatherhood Program and through an exciting new Father Inclusive Prenatal Care program.
  • Nurses You Should Know: Nursing’s origin story, the one that informs the profession’s identity, has, like many origin stories, overlooked, omitted, or forgotten the contributions of many, but particularly nurses of color who have shaped the nursing profession and society in significant and enduring ways and advanced person-centered care, health equity, research, racial integration, nursing education, and the performance of a vast array of health systems since the profession’s founding. But what if nursing’s professional origin story represented the contribution and stories of all nurses? How might having an inclusive, expansive history and nursing narrative impact the diversity, cohesion, safety, and performance of our health care teams and systems and achieve our health equity goals? What if names like Mary SeacoleHazel Johnson Brown, and Eddie Bernice Johnsonwere as familiar to reference as nursing icons, innovators, and game changers as Florence Nightingale? In this episode, we meet nurse innovators Ravenne Aponte, BA, BSN and Joanna Seltzer Uribe, RN, MSN, EdD (c) and their quest to introduce you to, in fun and sticky ways, NursesYouShouldKnow -- and more importantly -- WHY we should know them.

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

  • Enhanced knowledge on ways in which you can address racism in health care.
  • A heighted awareness of how equity, diversity, and inclusion can positively impact patient outcomes.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Apply, analyze, and evaluate, innovative and human-centered solutions that addresses racism in health care

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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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