So You Want to To Be More Equitable, Just, and Inclusive?: A Live Webinar

December 18th, 2020 at 1:00 Pacific Standard Time/4:00 Eastern Standard Time. To join this event, please register here in advance to save your seat.

Watch the first event here!
Read the blog post summarizing the first event here!

Nursing is an act of Justice.” – Canty and McMurray (2020)

Earlier this year, in light of the events surrounding the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and many others, the Nursology Theory Collective hosted a live event titled, “Equity, Justice, Inclusion, and the Future of Nursing.” At this event, Dr. Lucinda Canty and Patrick McMurray addressed the critical interrelated concepts of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice for our discipline. The enduring homogeneity of nursing, Canty and McMurray noted, contributes to persistent inequity, injustice, and exclusion that exists today, both within the discipline and as it is practiced. Lamentably, many of our professional organizations address this in superficial ways, ways that may look good but fail to address the root causes of racism, sexism, homophobia, and more. This has the paradoxical effect of reinforcing hegemony even as these organizations purport to be about justice.

At the end of the event, many attendees raised questions about what we, as nurses, and we, as a discipline, could do to create a future for our discipline that is more equitable, just, and inclusive. In answer to these questions, we are happy to announce that we are going to host a part 2 to event on December 18th, 2020 at 1:00 Pacific Standard Time/4:00 Eastern Standard Time. To join this event, please register here in advance to save your seat. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event.

For our next event, we will continue the dialogue, recognizing that inequality, injustice, and exclusion remain systemic issues that we all play a part in. We will recommend tools that all nurses can do and share, no matter the setting, as individuals and within systems, in order to achieve our goal in making nursing and the world more equitable, just, and inclusive. 

If you have any questions you would like addressed at this event, please feel free to ask us on twitter @nursingtheoryco or email us at nursingtheorycollective@gmail.com.

We look forward to seeing you and continuing this important conversation on December 18th!

In solidarity,
The Nursology Theory Collective