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Racism, Social Determinants of Health & COVID-19 Part 2
Part 2: Anti-racist strategies and the role of nurses on an individual-level, organizational-level & community-level.

In this webinar series, we will examine how historic social injustices continue to operate today through structuring exposures to the social determinants of health, including individual socioeconomic status and neighborhood resources. We will also examine how persistent socioeconomic disadvantage elevates risk of COVID-19, chronic disease, and death among communities via behavioral as well as physiologic mechanisms of embodiment involving the sympathetic nervous system and immune function. Finally, we will conclude with individual-, and organizational-, and community-level strategies nurses can implement to ameliorate racism in healthcare.

During this two part webinar, attendees will learn about:
Part 1: Race, racism, and social determinants of health & Racism and biobehavioral mechanisms of disease
Part 2: Anti-racist strategies and the role of nurses on an individual-level, organizational-level & community-level.

Open to all RNs and LPNs who live or work in Pierce, Thurston, Mason, Kitsap, Grays Harbor, Clallam and Jefferson counties. Webinar recording will be available for six weeks for all nurses in our region. Certificate of Attendance provided to all attendees who attend the live webinar or watch the recording and complete an evaluation form. For more information, contact Rainier Olympic Nurses at (253) 572-7337 or email office@rainierolympicnurses.org.

Jan 21, 2021 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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