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Competencies & organizational standards

Acknowledging, addressing and tackling anti-Black racism and discrimination within the nursing profession

This report by the Black Nurses Task Force of the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario provides recommendations to address anti-Black racism in the nursing profession. The recommendations are based on a survey in 2020 completed by 205 Black nurses in Ontario and the findings of a scoping review of the literature.

Approaching the COVID-19 Pandemic Response With a Health Equity Lens: A Framework for Academic Health Systems

Johns Hopkins Medicine Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Health Equity; Language Services; and community-academic partnerships identified and implemented a series of equity strategies as part of their COVID-19 pandemic response. The result was a health equity operational framework that other health organizations can use.

British Columbia Cultural Safety and Humility Standard

This Standard from British Columbia’s First Nations Health Authority (FHNA) and Health Standards Organization (HSO) enables health and social service organizations to address Indigenous-specific racism in their care settings.

Webinar: Tools for organizational learning and capacity

This webinar took place in English. To support learning and capacity building for health equity action, the NCCDH has developed a suite of evidence-informed online learning tools. These tools also…