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We are happy to share this COVID-19 guide to word choice and phrases. Being mindful of the words we choose with people, whether during a crisis or a serious illness, helps us better listen for their needs, and provide the best care possible.
Oppel, R. (July 5, 2020). The Fullest Look Yet at the Racial Inequality of Coronavirus. New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/07/05/us/coronavirus-latinos-african-americans-cdc-data.html
Sederstrom, N. O., & Wiggleton-Little, J. (2021). Acknowledging the Burdens of ‘Blackness’. HEC Forum, 33(1-2), 19-33. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10730-021-09444-w
Arsenault, M., et.al. (Sept. 29, 2020). Is Death the great equalizer? Boston Globe. Retrieved from https://apps.bostonglobe.com/metro/investigations/spotlight/2020/09/last-words/part1-dying-poor/
Talking About Race. The Museum of African American History & Culture; The Smithsonian. Website.
Lafontaine, A. Is Pain What the Patient Says It Is? How our bias can impact how we treat pain. (Apr. 22, 2021)The Gritty Nurse Podcast. https://www.podpage.com/the-gritty-nurse-podcast/is-pain-what-the-patient-says-it-is-how-our-bias-can-impact-how-we-treat-pain/