Alaska School Nurses Association

ANA: Free Project Echo Webinar Series on: Racism in Nursing (with CNEs available for each session)

Posted about 2 months ago by Sonja Mack

Project ECHO® on Racism in Nursing is being conducted as part of the ongoing work of the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing, a multi-organizational collaborative of leading nursing organizations to examine the issue of racism within nursing nationwide and the impact on nurses, patients, communities, and healthcare systems to motivate all nurses to confront systemic racism. Through ECHO®, the National Commission is offering this free tele-mentoring program that connects nurses with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) experts using brief lectures and case-based learning, and discussion.

The National Commission’s Project ECHO® on Racism in Nursing serves as a forum for nurses to increase their knowledge about how racism “shows up” in the profession and in healthcare and improves the skills needed to confront systemic racism and empowers nurses to become allies.

The Project ECHO®: Addressing Racism in Nursing series includes:

  • Eight, 90 minute sessions 
  • Virtually delivered by subject matter expert faculty and mentors
  • Case presentation and discussion
  • Short lecture on a topic related to racism in nursing.


Series 4.0 - Spring 2024

Join us as we explore the root causes of health inequities and discuss the concepts and strategies for taking action toward health equity in everyday practice. 1.5 CNE is available for each session of the series. 

Sessions are scheduled for the following Wednesdays from 3-4:30pm ET:

March 6
March 20
April 3
April 17
May 1
May 15
May 29
June 12


Certification & Credits

Earn 1.5 CNE credit per session attended!

Contact Information

Email with questions or concerns.