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Once a Nurse, Always a Nurse

Once a Nurse, Always a Nurse

Monday at 10 AM Pacific

September 30th 2019: Racial Disparities in Healthcare: Patients and Professionals.

The disparities in healthcare & related topic of nursing workforce representation of African Americans (AA) and other minority groups is a needed dialogue. If you are not involved, you may be unaware of the problem or how important it is we rectify it. Many have known the healthcare of AA is consistently not of the same quality as other patients, especially when compared to whites. Now there are numerous studies validating that truth. It is especially apparent in the Maternity & Newborn populations. My guest today, Dr. Daihnia Dunkley, is an expert in Maternity statistics & advocate for improv

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Daihnia Dunkley

Dr. Dunkley is originally from Jamaica, and has resided in New York since the early 90s. In the span of her 15-year nursing career, Dr. Dunkley has worked extensively in the arena of maternal-child health in both hospital and community healthcare, and in academia. She is currently the Director of Nursing for Women and Children's Services at an academic medical center in NY. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Hampton University, and earned her Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of Phoenix. Her dissertation was focused on the experience of being Black and female in executive nursing leadership, which created the inspiration for founding
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2685/once-a-nurse-always-a-nurse 23/10/2020 03:00 23/10/2020 04:00 Once a Nurse, Always a Nurse https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2685/once-a-nurse-always-a-nurse The disparities in healthcare & related topic of nursing workforce representation of African Americans (AA) and other minority groups is a needed dialogue. If you are not involved, you may be unaware of the problem or how important it is we rectify it. Many have known the healthcare of AA is consistently not of the same quality as other patients, especially when compared to whites. Now there are numerous studies validating that truth. It is especially apparent in the Maternity & Newborn populations. My guest today, Dr. Daihnia Dunkley, is an expert in Maternity statistics & advocate for improvement of healthcare we deliver to this vulnerable population. It is vital for the success of our nation that mothers are safe throughout pregnancy & delivery & each child born is healthy & able to grow to adulthood in an environment of safety. It is equally vital that the nursing workforce is a true reflection of the diverse populations we serve, in order to effectively address the disparities! VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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