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The goal of the Nursing Stress, Resiliency, and Retention Task Force was to compile best practices, identified in literature and by practice, to address the significant challenges the nursing workforce faces.
In this session, participants learned about recent studies supporting the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy. Speakers identitifed common concerns patients cite when hesitant to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy, and strategies for talking to patients, friends and family to encourage vaccination while pregnant.
This webinar provides a national perspective of how the hepatitis C virus (HCV) and opioid use disorder epidemics are connected and what health centers can do to address them. We heard from Lauren Canary from the CDC about expansion of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and what resources are available to providers.
Learn from Phoenix Matthews, PhD, Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion Professor of Clinical Psychology at University of Illinois at Chicago, and their research in understanding and intervening on the factors associated with health inequalities among socially marginalized populations. We explored the compounded challenges nurses are facing in the healthcare space and community, including grief, institutional racism, and burnout.
Deborah Washington, PhD, RN, and John Nguyen-Yap, MSW shared on-the-ground initiatives in BIPOC communities, including services that promote culturally competent care and successful Public Service Announcements. We also explored strategies to improve access to vaccine education and distribution among Asian American (AA), Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) communities.
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.
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 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 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.
The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC) has developed an issue brief to provide a comprehensive overview of nurse-managed health centers. The brief highlights the importance of nurse leadership and emphasizes the role of nurse-led care on improved provision of primary care. Uniform Data System (UDS) data from 2016 to 2020, demonstrates a 41% increase in the utilization of nurse practitioners (NP) in comparison to a 15% growth for physicians across health centers. The brief discusses opportunities for health centers to optimize this growth in the NP workforce to improve health care access, population health outcomes, and health equity for communities made vulnerable by social and systemic injustice.