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This webinar was presented live on January 12, 2021.
This webinar seeks to unpack the concept of race by exploring how we as individuals, as healthcare providers, and as a society define race. Through a deeper knowledge of the complexities of this important topic, participants can begin to understand how race impacts the care we provide, patients' perceptions, experience, and health outcomes.
Part 1 of a Webinar Mini-Series
- What Is Race? 40 minutes (Lecture/Interactive Poll)
- Genetics of Race
- Ethnicity & Culture
- Race as a Social Construct
- Race in the United States
- Race Implicit Association Test Q&A 20 minutes (Discussion)
CPE Level: 1
- To critically evaluate the genetics of race and race as a social construct
- To define personal racial, ethnic, and cultural identity
- To define and identify racism and implicit bias
- To define and identify social determinants of health
- To define and identify anti-racist actions
Juliette Blount, NP
Juliette G. Blount is an Adult Nurse Practitioner in New York City where she provides Primary and Women's Healthcare to diverse patient populations. She is also an experienced speaker and educator in the areas of racial health disparities and health equity. Ms. Blount holds a Bachelors' Degree in Nursing from Howard University, received her Master's in Nursing and Adult Nurse Practitioner Certification from Hunter College of the City University of New York, and is an Alumna of the Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program. She has 30 years of clinical experience, has been recognized with awards for both Customer Service and Clinical Excellence, and volunteers in her community by educating the public about becoming empowered healthcare consumers.