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Community Research To Reshape Health Care For Young Black Men In Detroit

February 7, 2022

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Presented by School of Nursing

School of Nursing Assistant Professor Jade Burns, Ph.D., RN, CPNP-PC, has been leading community-centered research in Detroit as part of a project to improve health education, access and outcomes for young Black men in urban communities. Throughout the pandemic, Burns has utilized her expertise in technology and healthcare to adapt her approach and connect with people. Those efforts, combined with a heightened awareness of health disparities and racial injustice, have broadened the scope of her work, creating new opportunities for a comprehensive conversation on Black men’s health.

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