TeamPeds Talks: Conversations on Child Health Equity - Access to Primary Care
0.5 NAPNAP Contact Hour. This continuing education activity is offered free to NAPNAP Members and for non- members.
Nurse-Led School-Based Health Centers
TeamPeds Talks will spotlight Child Health Equity in our first Conversations on Child Health series. This series of recorded conversations will reflect the several key issues that make up the underlying factors in the arena of Social Determinants of Health.
A “place-based” organizing framework, reflecting key areas of social determinants of health (SDOH), was developed by Healthy People 2020. Each of these determinant areas reflects a number of key issues that make up the underlying factors in the arena of SDOH.
Each conversation episode is hosted by National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Executive Board President Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP.
This conversation episode is related to Health and Health Care, and addresses Access to Primary Care.
Dr. Peck is joined by Anne Derouin, DNP, APRN, CPNP, FAANP. Dr. Derouin is the lead faculty for the PNP-Primary Care major in the MSN program and the Pediatric Behavioral Mental Healthcare specialty program at Duke University.
Dr. Anne Derouin has worked to provide access to health care via School-Based Health Centers (SBHC), which demonstrate positive effect on health, well-being and academic outcomes of youth. SBHCs provide critical links between educators, families and school resources. Because SBHCs are co-located within schools, they offer the opportunity to assess social determinants of health and Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs) among youth, providing data and solutions that are accessible and applicable.
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Share your expertise: If you are interested in joining NAPNAP to explore the ways in which social influencers affect the health of children and their families - we are looking for you! We are planning to launch a new conversation each week from August - November, but we need you to make this happen. Each part of the series will be approximately 30 minutes long and focus on one of 16 topical areas.
Pediatric advanced practice registered nurses, registered nurses, nurse practitioner students
- Discuss School-Based Health Center (SBHC) delivery across the US, including an overview of services and opportunities for collaborative care for youth.
- Understand value of SBHC outcome data (demographic, cost analysis, resource utilization, inclusion of services, continuity of care)
- Illustrate the intersectionality of SBHC and Health Equity
Anne Derouin, DNP, APRN, CPNP, FAANP.
Dr. Anne Derouin, is an alumnus of Duke University School of Nursing MSN and DNP programs and currently holds appointments at School of Nursing, the Duke Division of Community Health and Family Medicine, the Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI) and is a Duke AHEAD Distinguished Fellow. A full-time faculty member since 2011, she is a dual-certified pediatric nurse practitioner with more than 30 years’ experience in pediatric nursing. Dr. Derouin is currently the MSN Program Director, a position she attained while also serving as the Lead Faculty for the PNP-Primary Care major in the MSN program. She has served as a Project Investigator for internal and external funding. Most recently, she received HRSA funding, used to implement the Pediatric Behavioral Mental Healthcare specialty program at Duke. She also teaches at the Duke School of Medicine and has served on the Executive Steering committee for the Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership program since its inception. Prior to joining the faculty, she served as a primary care provider in community and School-based health centers affiliated with Duke and continues to serve on a routine basis as a provider and clinical preceptor at the Duke-Lincoln Community Health Center clinics. Since joining the DUSON faculty, she’s served on the elected FGA Executive committee, the elected committees of DNP and ABSN programs, the Faculty Advisor for DUSON Student Council, and as the graduate counselor for the Duke Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau.
Outside of Duke, Dr. Derouin serves as a national adolescent clinical expert. She’s served in numerous leadership positions of professional nursing organizations including the School-based Health Alliance, Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine (SAHM), North Carolina Nurses Association and currently on the Executive Committee of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP). She has served on the Executive Advisory Board for the Alice Poe Health Education Center and has been awarded a NCNA Nurse Leadership Fellowship, NAPNAP Advocacy Fellowship, and as a Shot @ Life Champion. She’s was selected as a Faculty Policy Fellow for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) in 2016, and inducted as a Fellow in the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP). She has disseminated publications, podium and poster presentations locally, nationally, and internationally.
Her research interests include adolescent health topics, promoting resiliency in youth, access to healthcare in rural and underserved communities, and promotion of Interprofessional education among healthcare providers and learners.
Jessica Peck DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP; President, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
Dr. Peck is an expert pediatric clinician, faculty scholar, and anti-trafficking advocate providing innovative, visionary, and award-winning leadership to develop and lead inclusive, diverse interprofessional teams. She has a history of dedicated service to many state and national organizations. As a mother of four, she has special interest in educating and equipping families to promote physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual health. She is an accomplished author and frequent guest on radio and television. She is the Texas Nurse Practitioner of the Year.
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