The dangers of lead contaminations are well known. Federal guidelines exist to ensure the safety of water supplies across the nation, but in Flint, Michigan — and numerous other municipalities all over the country — a number of overlapping socioeconomic factors complicated the issue to put residents in harm's way.
Optimal health care must address the social and environmental factors that contribute to inequality and impact the health of under-resourced populations. Nursing@USC is at the forefront of this evolving conversation.
LOS ANGELES — March 21, 2016 — The University of Southern California (USC) School of Social Work is now accepting applications for Nursing@USC, a new online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) for aspiring family nurse practitioners (FNPs).