PhD, RN, FAAN CEO, NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR NURSING NEW YORK, NEW YORK Beverly L. Malone is the chief executive officer of the National League for Nursing. Dr. Malone’s tenure at the NLN has been marked by a mission to reflect the core values of caring, diversity, integrity, and excellence and an ongoing focus on advancing the nation’s health. Her distinguished career has mixed policy, education, administration, and clinical practice. In 1996, she was elected to two terms as President of the American Nurses Association (ANA), representing 180,000 nurses in the USA. In 2000, she became deputy assistant secretary for health within the US Department of Health and Human Services. In 2010, she was ranked #29 among the 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare magazine. Dr. Malone is a newly elected member of the Institute of Medicine. (510) 269-7642 WWW.BABNA.ORG 3317 ELM ST. 103 OAKLAND, CA 94609 According to The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resource and Services Administration (HRSA), National Center for Health Workforce Analysis, Minorities are underrepresented in the physician and nurse workforce relative to their proportion of the total population. As minorities constitute a larger portion of the population entering the workforce, their representation in the physician and nurse professions will increase. The U.S. will increasingly rely on minority caregivers. THE 4TH ANNUAL FLORENCE STROUD BLACK HISTORY CONFERENCE ADDRESSING PRESENT & FUTURE NURSING NEEDS: INCREASING DIVERSITY IN ORDER TO IMPROVE PATIENT OUTCOMES 2.20.2015 | USF, 2130 FULTON ST. 8:30AM - 4:30PM Y A LA EA B CK NU R AR SS S SE Just prior to joining the NLN, Dr. Malone was general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN), the United Kingdom’s largest professional union of nurses, from June 2001 to January 2007. [email protected] THE BAY AREA BLACK NURSES ASSOCIATION PRESENTS: C. BEVERLY L. MALONE, CONTACT US BA KEYNOTE SPEAKER OCI A TI O N N ,I SPONSORS REGISTRATION MAIL-IN REGISTRATION FORM Today’s Date: Last: First: Middle Initial: Address: City: State: Phone Number: Zip Code: Email Address: License Number: The aim of the Florence Stroud conference series is to bring together health care providers, educators, and students to discuss important nursing issues that affect current and future professionals. The objective is to increase awareness related to the lack of diversity of the nursing workforce in California and discuss solutions. Increasing diversity does improve patient outcomes when the providers reflect the population served. 1. Define diversity and inclusion. 2. Discuss the impact of healthcare disparities. Registration fee: General: $100 OBJECTIVES Students & Senior Citizens: $50 *Attendees must be 65 years of age or greater to qualify as a Senior Citizen Mailing Address/Checks Payable to: Bay Area Black Nurses Association, Inc. 3317 ELM ST. SUITE 103 OAKLAND, CA 94609 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ● Online registration is now available at www.babna.org. ● Registration will be available onsite. ● Confirmation letters will be sent out via email upon receipt of payment and registration. ● This conference is approved for 6 CE hours by the State Board of Registered Nursing. BNA provider # CEP 9053 3. Increase understanding of the impact lack of culturally competent care practices has on patient outcomes. 4. Explore the barriers under represented minority groups face in higher education. 5. Discuss the impact lack of diversity among faculty has on the success of students of color. 6. Discuss strategies to increase diversity of the Nursing workforce.
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