Racism as a Preventable Harm is an innovative way of addressing this systemic issue in healthcare and stop the cycle of medical negligence and harm to Black people. Acknowledging the existence and effects of racism in healthcare requires awareness on multiple levels. By using the existing preventable harm framework and updating it to include evidence-based and antiracist interventions we are providing a new lens to see how to prevent further trauma to patients, families and team members.
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Ms. Peggy Gordin, MS(N), RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, Vice President, Patient Care Services and CNO, St. Louis Children's Hospital
Peggy Gordin is Vice President, Patient Care Services and CNO at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. She has served in this role since 2008 and was a 2011 cohort RWJF Executive Nurse Fellow. In her work during the fellowship and in her current position Peggy has been involved in leading her organization’s behavioral health, community outreach, diversity, equity and inclusion programs. Peggy provided senior leader sponsorship for the work that is described in this presentation.
Mia Malcolm, B.S. Lead Family Partner, St. Louis Children's Hospital
Mia Malcolm is the proud mom of a NICU graduate, a Lead Family Partner and a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Consultant at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Mia advises and collaborates with leadership teams throughout the hospital in both of her roles.
Laura Watson, MSN, RN, Assistant Nurse Manager, Heart Center, St. Louis Children's Hospital
Laura Watson has spent her entire nursing career at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, first as a bedside nurse in the PICU and CICU before moving into unit leadership as a Clinical Educator, and now as an Assistant Nurse Manager. Laura has collaborated on a number of diversity equity and inclusion projects throughout the hospital and is a certified DEI Facilitrainer through the NCCJ.
The program offers attendees the opportunity to earn up to .75 education contact hours.