Juliette G. Blount, NP

Nurse Practitioner | Health Equity Speaker

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Hello!

My name is Juliette. I am an expert in health equity and I help primary care providers reduce implicit bias and health disparities for patients of color.

Want to learn more? Contact me today for additional information.

What is Equity?

"What is equity? In the simplest terms, it means fairness, which is not necessarily the same thing as equality…It’s not about everybody getting the same thing, it’s about everybody getting what they need in order to improve the quality of their situation."

– Cynthia Silva Parker, Senior Associate at Interaction Institute for Social Change and Collaborative Social Change Agent

Source: Interaction Institute for Social Change | Artist: Angus Maguire
www.interactioninstitute.org and www.madewithangus.com

About Me

I am an Adult Nurse Practitioner in New York City where I provide Primary and Women’s Healthcare to diverse patient populations. I have a Bachelors’ Degree from Howard University, received my Master’s Degree in Nursing and Adult Nurse Practitioner Certification from Hunter College of the City University of New York, and I am an Alumna of the Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program. I have 30 years of clinical experience in healthcare, have been recognized with awards for both Customer Service and Clinical Excellence, am active in my local Nurse Practitioner professional organization, and volunteer in my community by educating the public about becoming empowered healthcare consumers. When I am not working to reduce racial implicit bias and health disparities for patients of color, I enjoy watching movies with my son and cats, Cookie & Tiger (Yes, they like movie time too!).  I am an avid meditator, dancer, lover of culture, and a social justice advocate.

Please watch this brief video to learn more about me and why I am passionate about health equity.

Health Equity Through Education

Implicit Bias & Primary Care

  • To explore the genetics of race and race as a social construct

  • To define personal racial, ethnic, and cultural identity

  • To define and explore racism and implicit bias

  • To define social determinants of health

What Is Race & Why Does It Matter?

PART 1

Objectives:

  • To critically evaluate the practice of race-based medicine

  • To identify additional research that provides racial and ethnic population-specific data to improve the utilization of Primary Care guidelines

  • To utilize strategies to implement preventative care guidelines and provide evidenced-based healthcare for racially and ethnically diverse patient populations

Race & Primary Care.

PART 2

Objectives:

Race/ Health/ Equity Resources

 

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