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Health Equity Among Native Americans Within a Colonization Context

Lecture by John Lowe, PhD, RN, FAAN as School of Nursing's 20th Annual Littlefield Leadership Lecture

Event Details

Date
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Time
4:45-7 p.m.
Location
Description
Dr. Lowe's lecture will draw on his research, consulting, and as an advocate for health equity and culturally competent health care for Native Americans and Indigenous people people globally. He will provide insight using the context and ongoing impact of colonization as a barrier to health equity. As one of very few Native American doctoral prepared nurses in the U.S., Dr. Lowe has provided research consultation and advocated for culturally appropriate health care for underserved populations.
Cost
Lecture and reception free and open to the public. Lecture, 4:45 PM; reception 5:45 PM.

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