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Podcast Episode: The National Black Nurses Association (NBNA): Professional development leadership and supporting minority inclusion in health research.
Millicent Gorham PhD (Hon), MBA, FAAN, is the Executive Director of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA), a long-time “Movement is Life” collaborator, and a champion of the health benefits of physical activity. Here she discusses how the NBNA is leading many facets of minority representation and participation in healthcare. These include mentoring black nurses at all levels, providing continuing education which includes the study of health disparities, and fostering minority engagement with the NIH “All of Us” research program. Dr Gorham also discusses the importance of inclusive health policy, and ensuring that diverse voices are heard. With Rose Gonzalez.
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