Anti-Racism & DEI Course Materials Pilot Project
To learn more about this project, check out the project page here: AR/DEI Course Materials Pilot Project
Mapping the Landscape of Anti-Racism in Nursing
The Manning Price Spratlen Center for Anti-Racism & Equity (CARE) in Nursing at The University of Washington School of Nursing partnered with nurse leaders with skills in strategic communications to conduct a study of the views of nurses and others in acting on opportunities to reduce structural racism in the profession and in health care. The work is contracted by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The team sought to elicit the challenges they confronted and “best” and “promising” practices in this realm.
The aim of this report is to inform future grant-making and other work of the Foundation. The specific objectives of this study are to:
- Describe the views and experiences of nurses related to racism and equity in the workplaces in multiple domains.
- Identify best practices that nurses have developed and implemented to dismantle systemic racism in health care organizations.
- Identify actionable opportunities that could hasten nurses’ and nursing involvement in dismantling racism in health care.
- Interviews: November 2022- March 2023 (All via Zoom).
- Data analysis and synthesis: March 2023-April 2023
- Report Writing & Editing: April 2023-May 2023
- Report due June 1 2023
- Barbara Glickstein, MPH, RN, FAAN
- Diana J. Mason, PhD, RN, FAAN
- Monica R. McLemore, PhD, MPH, RN
- Kahlea Williams, MS
Faculty Training & Development Initiative
- In partnership with School of Public Health(SPH) and the ARCH Center, organizing a series of training workshops for faculty in SoN and SPH to learn and practice skills for facilitating classroom conversations around race & racism. More details to come.
DNP Curriculum Revision
- Dr. Monica Mclemore
- Dr. Alicia Swartz
- Dr. Paula Cox
- DNP-CC members
On Friday May 19th from 9-1pm PST, MPS CARE hosted DNP CC members and other faculty at SoN to dive deeper into curriculum revision strategies, anti-racist pedagogy, classroom facilitation strategies, and other areas related to applying an anti-racist framework within clinical and educational settings. Dr. Swartz and Dr. Mclemore led the workshop and facilitated conversation, with support from Dr. Paula Cox. Workshop was made available in both synchronous and asynchronous formats. Between both Zoom and in-person participants, around 32 total participated. We are grateful to all those who attended and look forward to hosting another teaching intensive in the near future!