Introduction

This book is best viewed via the online, Pressbooks format so that you can view the videos and interactive activities. However, a PDF format is made available.

“An Introduction to Anti-Racism for the Nursing Professional: A Focus on Anti-Black Racism” is an open educational resource (OER) created for undergraduate nursing students at the introductory level. Educators co-curated this OER in collaboration with students for students. This resource is a unique contribution to nursing education as content focuses on Anti-Black racism in the Canadian context.


The resource includes four chapters. The first chapter focuses on providing a context to racism, anti-Black racism, the link between racism and intersectionality, and racism, health, and healthcare. The second chapter focuses on what it means to be Black. The third chapter focuses on the invisibility of Black nurses, and highlights Black, Indigenous, Asian, and racialized nurse leaders. The final chapter focuses on anti-racism and nursing communication.

Licensing

This resource is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial.

Funding

This project is made possible with funding by the Government of Ontario and through eCampusOntario’s support of the Virtual Learning Strategy. To learn more about the Virtual Learning Strategy visit: https://vls.ecampusontario.ca

Views expressed in the publication are the views of Recipient and do not necessarily reflect those of the Province of Ontario or OOLC

Accessibility

This book was designed with accessibility in mind so that it can be accessed by the widest possible audience, including those who use assistive technologies. The web version of this book has been designed to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, level AA. While we aim to ensure that this book is as accessible as possible, we may not always get it right. There may be some supplementary third-party materials, or content not created by the authors of this book, which are not fully accessible.

If you are having problems accessing any content within the book, please contact: Dr. Nadia Prendergast at nprendergast@torontomu.ca  Please let us know which page you are having difficulty with and include which browser, operating system, and assistive technology you are using.