[Excerpt from] Taking action: Top 10 priorities to promote health equity and well-being in nursing
Susan B. Hassmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN, is the founder and Principal of Sulu Coaching and Consulting, with a practice focused on healthcare leaders, and a Hudson/ICF-certified Executive/Leadership Coach. Gaea A. Daniel, PhD, RN, is Assistant Professor at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University whose research focuses on understanding the sociocultural and environmental influences that affect sexual health behaviors and outcomes.
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The crucible of the global pandemic, racial injustice, and a crippling nursing shortage has sparked increasing calls for nursing to address its own problems, from inequity to structural racism. In response, authors Susan B. Hassmiller and Gaea A. Daniel enlisted nearly 70 national and international nursing leaders to tackle the most pressing issues confronting the profession.
Taking Action: Top 10 Priorities to Promote Health Equity and Well-Being in Nursing spotlights 10 critical themes through data, essays, discussion points, and action items, equipping readers to move beyond conversation to action.
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