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53: Honoring Juneteenth

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53: Honoring Juneteenth

In this special edition of SEE YOU NOW, we’re honoring our very first national Juneteenth holiday. As a podcast focused on how nurse-led innovation is strengthening our healthcare systems and…
June 18, 2021

53: Honoring Juneteenth

In this special edition of SEE YOU NOW, we’re honoring our very first national Juneteenth holiday. As a podcast focused on how nurse-led innovation is strengthening our healthcare systems and transforming lives, we’re marking this historic moment with a health equity playlist to amplify and elevate the scholarship, innovation, leadership, and contributions of Black nurses toward building healthier communities, families, and experiences. While meaningful progress has been made in reducing health disparities, there remains so much more to do in our race toward health equity. We invite and urge you to listen, learn from, follow, engage, elevate, and cite Black nurses and their courageous and groundbreaking work and contributions to moving health equity forward. In this episode, you’ll hear a sampling of nurses who are innovating on the front lines of health equity. Click here to enjoy our full Juneteenth playlist

Honoring Juneteenth with SEE YOU NOW. A playlist featuring and elevating nurses who are driving health equity forward

44. Way More Than a Health Plan

40. Counting on Faith

32. Bridges To Fatherhood

39. Real World Data. Real Life Results

47. A Vote For Mom’s Health

31. Black Midwives & Mamas Matter

38. Mentoring for a More Equitable Future

To learn more, visit our website at www.seeyounowpodcast.com. Contact us at [email protected]

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