Addressing Structural Racism and Promoting Health Equity



Noon-2 pm MT



Primary Competency

Cultural Competency Skills
In this training, you will learn more about inclusion and why representation matters. You will leave with tools to address the impact of structural racism. This training will feature small group discussion. 

Please note, there is required prework before attending. You will receive more details when you register. 

Learning Objectives:

- Define the components and impact of structural racism

- Define implicit bias and its impact on health outcomes

- Discuss how intersectionality impacts health equity

- List tools and strategies to address the impact of structural racism

Facilitated by Bev Wasserman, BSN, RN

Length of Learning Opportunity
2 hours
Presenter(s) and/or Content Experts
Bev Wasserman is a Behavioral/Clinical RN training consultant with CDC/State funded programs, and an experienced nurse clinician in HIV/STD treatment. Other content expertise includes Patient Navigation, Care Coordination and Motivational Interviewing.
Development Partner(s)

Presented by the Patient Navigator Training Collaborative

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