Podcast | Nursing Today | S1:E3 | We're More Diverse—Now What?
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There is a factor intrinsic in every human being that can prevent us from achieving excellence in healthcare equity. Discover what that factor is and how understanding its impact can change the way we approach patient care. In this podcast, Dr. Kenya Beard encourages providers and key stakeholders to reflect on the challenges of healthcare equality. She shares critical approaches to the advancement of health equity and explores ways in which healthcare providers can make a difference in treating all patients equally.
The lecture was recorded October 2016 by Continuing Nursing Education at the 39th Annual Pacific Northwest Advanced Practice in Primary and Acute Care Conference in Seattle, WA. Teaching methods include audio and downloadable handouts.
This course was reviewed in March 2017.
Kenya Beard, EdD, AGACNP-BC, NP-C, CNE, ANEF
Associate Professor, CUNY School of Professional Studies
Senior Fellow, Center for Health, Media and Policy 2012, Josiah Macy Scholar, City University New York
"Courageous, vulnerable, very persuasive and engaged."
"She made me think!"
"This woman is a breath of fresh air."
Objectives for Learning Outcomes
- Discuss critical factors that undermine social justice.
- Create environments that support diversity and inclusion.
- Identify essential skills that create an ethos of respect and acceptance.
To earn contact hours for this activity, you must:
- Listen to the presentation.
- Study the handouts.
- Complete the evaluation.
After submitting the evaluation, you can download and print your certificate. A record of contact hours earned will be in your account for six years.
Professional Credit Information
To earn contact hour credit, listen to the lecture and submit the evaluation.
- 0.50 Contact hours