About the Presenters
Lucinda Canty is a nurse-midwife researching outcomes disparities in maternal morbidity and mortality. She recently graduated with her PhD from University of Connecticut and teaches at the University of St. Joeseph. Dr. Canty is also an artist, and you can see some of her work below. Dr. Canty is an advocate for all women to have access to doulas and was highlighted for her work with the CT Doula Task Force work in the following article: https://www.wnpr.org/post/connecticut-looks-expand-doula-services-improve-childbirth-outcomes
Hailing from North Carolina, Patrick McMurray is a second-generation nurse. Patrick works clinically as an adult float pool nurse. He also teaches nursing pharmacology as an adjunct nurse faculty. Patrick is passionate about community colleges and the access to education they furnish. He is working on his Master of Science in Nursing Education at Western Governor’s University. In his spare time, you can find Patrick blogging at https://www.patmacrn.com/.
Please review our formal antiracism position statement in order to work towards and a more just, equitable nursing future here: NTC Formal Position Statement.
Resource list from the event coming soon!