Podcast | Nursing Today | S2:E1 | Does Healthcare Make Us Healthy?

Exploring wealth inequality as the greatest determinant of health.

Dr. Perez’ philosophy of care is that health is a human right for all and that the work of primary care clinicians is to ensure the health and well-being of people in the United States. In this podcast, he speaks about clinic- and community-based interventions that address the root causes of health inequity, not only in individual practice, but all the way to the state, national and global level.

The lecture was recorded April 25, 2019 at the annual Ambulatory Care Conference. Teaching methods include audio and downloadable handouts.

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Julian Perez, MD    
Family and Community Physician, Sea Mar Community Health Centers, Burien
Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle 

 

Objectives for Learning Outcomes

  1. Define social determinants of health.
  2. Give 3 examples of ambulatory clinic methods to address social determinants of health among your patients.
  3. Give 3 ways to address wealth inequality for the benefit of your patients' health as a healthcare professional.

Reviews

"Fantastic speaker. He reminded me of every reason I went into healthcare and my ultimate goal in why I chose it."

"This presentation is a resounding call to action."

"The podcast made me think of how asking different questions when getting history on a patient is important in how it impacts their overall healthcare."

COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS

  • Listen to the presentation.
  • 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.   

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Additional Information

Format: 
Audio
Course summary
Maximum credit available: 
  • 1.00 Contact hours
Available: 
05/07/2019
Expires: 
05/20/2022
Cost:
$4.99

Available Credit

  • 1.00 Contact hours

Activity Availability

Available: 
05/07/2019
Expires: 
05/20/2022

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