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Allyship Preventing Racism in Nursing: It Benefits Us All

Launches on November 14, 2022

What is allyship? Why is an ally needed? Who is impacted by allyship? Learn how we can all benefit from alleys and advocate within our systems to prevent racism in nursing.

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Project ECHO: Racism in Nursing

Series 2 launches in September 2022

The National Commission’s Project ECHO® on Racism in Nursing will serve as a forum for nurses to increase their knowledge about how racism “shows up” in the profession and in healthcare. The 8 sessions provide education to hone the skills needed to confront systemic racism and empower nurses to become allies.

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National Survey on Racism in Nursing

This survey of 5,623 nurses in October 2021 shows racism is a substantial problem within the profession. The survey was conducted by the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing.

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Summary of Listening Sessions

The Commission held listening sessions to hear directly from nurses of color. These conversations informed policies and practices to address systemic racism.

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Video education

Confronting Racism: The Work Ahead for Nurses
Navigating Nursing Webinar, 1.0 Contact Hour CNE

Nurses like you are confronted with racism both personally and professionally – impacting the mental, spiritual, and physical health of all people. This webinar teaches you how to confront systemic racism within the nursing profession and address the impact that racism within nursing has on patients, families, communities, the health care system, and colleagues.

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Project ECHO: Racism in Nursing Series 1

ECHO on Racism in Nursing Series 1 wrapped up in June 2022. The Project ECHO® Model is an “all teach, all learn” approach to knowledge-sharing throughout health systems and communities.

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