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Caring for Women During COVID-19: Social Determinants & Disparities
The COVID-19 pandemic provided a stark reality check regarding inequities and disparities in health outcomes. Understanding social and structural determinants of health is essential to working to eliminate health disparities in our communities . Join us as we discuss the impact of this pandemic on health equity.

Aug 7, 2020 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Shawana Moore, DNP, MSN, CRNP, WHNP-BC
NPWH Board Member
Dr. Moore earned a Bachelors’ of Science degree with a concentration in Biology from Wilberforce University. She earned a second Bachelors’ of Science in Nursing (BSN), Masters’ of Science in Nursing (MSN) with a specialty in women’s health, and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degrees from Thomas Jefferson University. She currently serves as an Assistant Professor and the Director of the Women’s Health- Gender Related Nurse Practitioner Program at Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson College of Nursing. As the Director of the Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Program, Dr. Moore is responsible for educating the next generation of women’s health nurse practitioners entering into clinical practice. Additionally, she has a passion for providing women’s and reproductive health care to underserved populations.
Susan Kendig, JD, WHNP-BC, FAANP
NPWH Director of Policy
An attorney and nurse practitioner with more than thirty five years of experience in the health care industry, Sue combines her clinical experience and law degree to guide others in patient safety, health care quality and the development of health care delivery models in response to changing health policies. Sue’s primary goal is to convey to her students, audiences and readers, an understanding of how these policies affect the reality of people’s lives and necessitate responses for the best outcomes possible.