It wasn’t that long ago in our history when our health care system engaged in systematic segregation and discrimination of patients based on race and ethnicity.
Like a festering wound, it’s a complex issue that takes time to course-correct and heal.
But, time is running out.
We are in the midst of a health crises, an economic crisis, and a social crisis — and systemic racism is at the heart of each.
Like many of you, I couldn’t see a clear path to how I could make a dent in complicated, institutionalized policies. But I believed deep down that I could, at the very least, make a difference with the patients in my immediate care.
After 30 years of practice, becoming a Certified Transcultural Nurse, a Women & Family Nurse Practitioner, and award-winning author, there is one truth I hold in my core…
When we pause to explore our own unconscious bias, we can begin to effectively address disparities in the quality of care for our own patients. And together, we can forge the path that leads to new policies and better care for every member of our community.
That’s why I created this course.
Designed for nurses, nurse practitioners and other healthcare providers, I’ll give you skills you can apply immediately in your practice, plus, I’ll show you how to have crucial conversations that will help you be the face of change throughout your entire career.
You’ll walk away knowing how to…
- Confidently address the needs of vulnerable populations with elevated empathy, sensitivity and awareness through proven cultural competence techniques.
- Navigate challenging situations related to systemic racism, workplace diversity and bias with easy to apply conflict resolution strategies.
- Immediately apply what you learn into your practice and life by giving you unique, insightful questions and walking you through clinical case studies.
- And so much more.
Plus, you’ll earn up to 17.25 CE Hours, including up to 8.25 ethics hours and up to 9.0 hours of cultural competency, at no additional cost to you.
I’ll see you in the course,
—Beth Lincoln, MSN, RN, NP, CTN