The origins of health inequity can be traced through the depths of time. Although health in America has improved, progress is still debatable. Race, history and science play a significant role in the training, education and access of public health. This educational series focuses on these three dimensions and how nursing science remains a critical element in bridging gaps of health disparities.
“People are trapped in history, and history is trapped in them,” James Baldwin
An Original Series focusing on the effects of social determinants of health and how everyday living can be a death trap for everyday people.
A unique cinematic lecture on social determinants of health and their effect on the lives of minorities. For Nurses By Nurses Productions showcases an educational series that explores how everyday living can be a death trap for everyday people.
In addition, a discussion on how nursing science can help bridge the gap of health disparities. This original series is part of the exclusive content for FNBN & Friends.