We’re All Ears for Dialogues in Health Equity

Sydnee Logan
By Sydnee Logan  | 
We’re All Ears for Dialogues in Health Equity

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing community comes from different ethnicities and different genders. We all have different abilities, different areas of expertise, and did all sorts of things before finding health care. As such, no two people have had exactly the same experience with the health care system.

Turns out, sharing our stories is powerful. The Digital Health Awards seemed to think so.

Dialogues in Health Equity, a blog series led by the Health Equity Faculty Interest Group, took home the bronze award for a blog series. Thanks to the faculty, students, and alumni who have lent their voice to the dialogue—who made us take note of the health equity and social justice work left to do. And thank you to Dialogues in Health Equity leaders Kamila Alexander, PhD, MPH, RN and Janiece Taylor, PhD, MSN, RN, FAAN, and On the Pulse editor Sydnee Logan, MA.

So explore the stories! Check out the blogs that make up Dialogues in Health Equity. The blogs judged for the Digital Health Awards were:

Bonus! Here are the latest blogs in the series:



Sydnee Logan is the Social Media and Digital Content Coordinator for Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She shares what’s going on here with the world.


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