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Addressing Emotional & Structural Barriers through Healthcare Leadership Practices

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A panel conversation among healthcare leaders as they reflect upon their personal and professional experiences, and the ways systemic healthcare inequities have encouraged leaders and organizations to adapt and address Emotional and Structural Barriers. Audience Q & A will follow the panel discussion.

Featuring panel of experienced practitioners:
-Dr. Cindy Mackay-Neorr, Ed.D. (“Dr. Mac”), Program Chair and Faculty Supervisor, College of Health Professions, University of Phoenix: https://bit.ly/3AjmuFa
-Dr. Robert Zylstra, Professor, Director of Behavioral Medicine, Assistant Program Director, The University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga, Department of Family Medicine: https://bit.ly/3yv7kv6
-Dr Lea Renee Henry, Care Manager (CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions), University of Phoenix Alumni: https://bit.ly/3AhHs7o
LeNisha Watson, MPH, MS, RMHCI Behavioral Care Manager at Concert Health: https://bit.ly/3acA4PI
-Dr. Sharon LeasureBrown Chief Nurse Executive, Nursing Professional Practice, California Correctional Health Care Services: https://bit.ly/3yxg8Rb

Resources:
-Presentation slides: https://bit.ly/3y3vtr1

The Inclusive Leadership Summit (https://www.phoenix.edu/equity-and-diversity/inclusive-leadership-summit.html) is committed to fostering an atmosphere of life-long learning as we explore and address systemic inequities to inform and impact an ever-changing workforce. The summit integrates research findings from University of Phoenix Career Institute™ and Research Centers to influence topics addressed while highlighting academic fields of study offered at the University.

University of Phoenix (https://www.phoenix.edu/) has long been focused on creating a diverse, equitable, inclusive and belonging (DEIB) learning and workplace environment. We seek to foster a space where we can share and reflect on what we have learned, our successes, and focus on opportunities to further our DEIB growth and potential as well as that of our communities where we teach, learn, live and work.

The #UOPXInclusive Leadership Summit is supported by:
-Diverse Issues in Higher Education: https://www.diverseeducation.com/
-ETS: https://www.ets.org/caap
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