TeamPeds Talks: Conversations on Child Health Equity - Racial Discrimination and Impact on Healthy Eating Patterns

Racial Discrimination and Impact on Healthy Eating Patterns

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 Neighborhood and Built Environment - Access to Foods that Support Healthy Eating Patterns.

Dr. Peck is joined by Nutrena Tate and Stephanie Parker as a special guest .

Dr. Nutrena Tate is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Associate Dean and Associate Professor of the College of Health Professions and McAuley School of Nursing at University of Detroit Mercy. In addition to teaching undergraduate pediatric nursing and graduate courses, she is a published and funded researcher. Her research focuses on eliminating health inequities in childhood obesity in populations of color as well as health disparities research in general. She has also served as a consultant to the City of Detroit Health Department and Detroit Community Health Connection. Her education includes a Bachelors of Science, Masters of Science in Parent Child Nursing, and Postdoctoral Degrees from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor. She earned an Executive MBA from Michigan State University and a PhD in Nursing Research from Wayne State University.

Stephanie Parker- is an award winning writer turned producer. She has spent almost the last decade in media and has worked at the United Nations as a special correspondent covering children and women’s rights and now cover a variety of beats as a freelancer. Her personal passion is women and children’s health.

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Target Audience

Pediatric advanced practice registered nurses, registered nurses, nurse practitioner students

Learning Objectives

 

  • Describe the unique challenges of underserved child and adolescent populations related to food deserts and equitable access to healthy foods.
  • Using the Social Determinants of Health Framework, discuss inclusive, developmentally appropriate, and culturally sensitive interventions that PNPs can implement as health equity -child advocates.

 


 

 

Course summary
Available credit: 
  • 0.50 Contact hours
Course opens: 
11/10/2020
Course expires: 
12/31/2021
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Guest

Nutrena Tate

Guest Biography

Dr. Nutrena Tate is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Associate Dean and Associate Professor of the College of Health Professions and McAuley School of Nursing at University of Detroit Mercy. In addition to teaching undergraduate pediatric nursing and graduate courses, she is a published and funded researcher. Her research focuses on eliminating health inequities in childhood obesity in populations of color as well as health disparities research in general. She has also served as a consultant to the City of Detroit Health Department and Detroit Community Health Connection. Her education includes a Bachelors of Science, Masters of Science in Parent Child Nursing, and Postdoctoral Degrees from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor. She earned an Executive MBA from Michigan State University and a PhD in Nursing Research from Wayne State University.

Dr. Tate has been called to serve as a leader since her high school years at Renaissance High School, where she served as her class vice president. In college, she served as the President of the Multicultural Nursing Student Association at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. After her college years, she grew into her leadership potential as the parliamentarian, undergraduate chapter advisor (Wayne State University & University of Detroit Mercy); vice president; president; and immediate past president of Lambda Chi Chapter, Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Incorporated “A Professional Nursing Organization”. She served as the Middlewest Regional Director of the organization where she provided oversight to 15 graduate and 5 undergraduate chapters within 12 states of the United States. She also served as the Board President of Advantage Health Centers, past board chair of Teen HYPE, “A Non Profit Youth Empowerment Organization”, past chair of the 2015 American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life – Detroit Fundraising Event, and as a former board member of the Minerva Educational and Development Foundation (MEDF). As a fellow in the National League of Nursing’s LEAD program, Dr. Tate has experience as the chair of several academic (university, college, and school) committees. She is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, National Association of Health Services Executives, National Association of Parliamentarians, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, Midwest Nursing Research Society, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and is the local chapter president of the Great Lakes Chapter of the Links, Inc. Dr. Tate has received several national, regional, and local awards for her exemplary service and leadership within practice, teaching and community settings. She has been recently named by Crain’s Business as One of 2020’s Most Notable Women in Health Care.

Special Guest

Stephanie Parker

Special Guest Biography

Stephanie Parker- is an award winning writer turned producer. She has spent almost the last decade in media and has worked at the United Nations as a special correspondent covering children and women’s rights and now cover a variety of beats as a freelancer. Her personal passion is women and children’s health.

 

Host
Jessica Peck DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP; President, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

Host Biography

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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