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RN & PhD candidate Keisha Jefferies interviewed in"What anti‑racist equitable health care looks like and why it is important"
“At the end of the day what we're striving for is equitable and anti-racist care.” Dal Health PhD (Nursing candidate Keisha Jefferies, RN interviewed by Chronicle Herald "What anti-racist equitable health care looks like and why it is important" June 26, 2020.
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