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Webinar provided by the American Nurses Association

Title: Leading the Care of Vulnerable & Marginalized Populations

Available: 1 CE available through April 28th, 2020 

Presenters: Dr. Rebecca C. Lee, Associate Professor of Nursing

Description: This course will explore the interplay between vulnerability, health status, health care access and quality in relation to nursing’s social contract. 

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