Reducing COVID-19 Racial Disparities
We offer a free, complete 60-minute webinar, as well as six “Quick Videos” of key highlights. You must register to watch the complete webinar, or you may click on any of the Quick Videos below to watch them. In these videos, you will learn the magnitude and origins of COVID-19 racial disparities, how to face Implicit Bias, how to translate insight and knowledge into lifesaving actions, and how you can make in impact at each of the points of intervention when caring for a COVID-19 patient.
Black and Native Americans face stark challenges with COVID-19. Find out how you can have a direct and lifesaving impact on these vulnerable populations. This webinar is moderated by ANA President Ernest Grant PhD, RN, FAAN and presented by two nurse experts who support the SAMHSA Minority Fellowship Program at the American Nurses Association.
How You Can Have a Direct Impact on Reducing the Devastating Racial Disparities of COVID-19
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Racial Disparities Case Study
This 8-minute case study illustrates how unconscious bias can adversely impact treatment and care.
Demographics of High Risk Populations
This 7-minute quick video examines demographics of high risk groups.
Factors that Contribute to High Risk of Severe Illness and Death in Vulnerable Populations
This 12-minute quick video examines risk factors that increase likelihood of severe illness and death.
How Implicit Bias Impacts Patient Outcomes
This 9-minute quick video examines how implicit bias impacts patient care and outcomes.
The Do's and Don'ts When Caring for High Risk Minority Populations
This 6-minute quick video discusses things nurses should do (and not do) when caring for high risk minority populations.
Translating Knowledge into Care to Improve Outcomes in High Risk Populations
This 13-minute quick video includes a case study from an earlier video. However, it details specific information for nursing actions.
Tanya R. Sorrell PhD, PMHNP-BC
Associate Professor of Psychiatric Nursing at the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus
Bridgette M. Brawner, PhD, MDiv, APRN
Associate Professor of Nursing and Senior Fellow in the Center for Public Health Initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania
Ernest J. Grant PhD, RN, FAAN
President, American Nurses Association
30 years of nursing experience and is an internationally recognized burn-care and fire-safety expert. Dr. Grant serves as adjunct faculty for the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing.
Made possible by the generosity of the American Nurses Foundation.