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This is part three of three Mini Resilience Skill-Building Sessions that took place in 2022. At each drop-in session, an empirically-supported mindfulness and resilience-building strategy was introduced by an expert in the field.
In collaboration with the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium, the National Center for Health in Public Housing conducted a webinar highlighting the health center and housing authority partnerships that have led to improved health for public housing residents.
This session will address age specific and culturally specific vaccination strategies among minority groups, specifically Asian American youth. Our speakers join us from the Philippine Nurses Association of Michigan to discuss the “youth messenger” project that they implemented to improve vaccine confidence among Asian Americans in their state. Participants will hear about the successes and challenges of this project. This webinar is a part of our Nurse-Led Forum for Vaccine Confidence series.
The National Network for Oral Health Access (NNOHA) and the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC) hosted a webinar discussing promising practices for oral health integration that accounts for the unique needs of special populations like residents of public housing with a focus on care coordination.
This is part two of three Mini Resilience Skill-Building Sessions that took place in 2022. At each drop-in session, an empirically-supported mindfulness and resilience-building strategy was introduced by an expert in the field.
This session will focus on reframing practices to intentionally advance health equity between nurses/nurse practitioners and patients by utilizing a whole-person centered care approach. Emphasis will be placed on community collaboration and quality of healthcare delivery.
This session will center on structural inequities in the nursing profession and the biopsychosocial impact on nurses. Special focus will be placed on tools and resources to optimize physical, emotional, and mental well-being and happiness among nurses.
This session will provide an overview of Mass General Brigham’s community COVID response efforts. Participants will hear about clinicians’ experiences with direct community engagement, such as providing health-related information and resources.
Ethnocentrism and bias on stereotypes precipitate labels, stereotypes, and stigma. This session will discuss the impact of stigma on health care delivery and inequitable health outcomes. It will also explore strategies for combatting stigma-influenced to advance health equity.
This session will discuss the impact of marginalization on equitable health outcomes and explain how to improve health outcomes for disadvantaged populations using a culturally intelligent, humanitarian approach.
In this session, participants will learn about the impact of COVID-19 on perinatal depression and the birthing journey, as well as implications for clinical practice. Participants will also hear the latest recommendations from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) for COVID-19 vaccination for pregnant people.
At each drop-in session, an empirically-supported mindfulness and resilience-building strategy was introduced by an expert in the field. In this session, participants had the opportunity to learn from Aleezé Moss, PhD (Associate Director, Myrna Brind Center for Mindfulness) about how to develop a mindfulness practice.
This webinar will explore simple strategies that practices can adopt to improve diagnostic safety through partnering with patients and their families. We will review a diagnostic safety agenda setting tool and an active listening with reflective practice training for providers.
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