Leveraging AI to Enable Compassionate and Equitable Community Care and Nursing


In this conversation, Charlene Ronquillo, a Filipina scholar, registered nurse, and health implementation expert at the University of British Columbia School of Nursing, engages in a captivating dialogue with Chantelle Recsky, a dedicated nurse and postdoctoral research fellow.

Together, they delve into the crucial topic of “Advancing Compassionate and Equitable Healthcare through Technology.” Charlene, an AMS healthcare fellow and compassion and AI advocate, brings her extensive background as a health informatician, focusing on critical theory and implementation science. Her program of research is dedicated to ensuring the meaningful inclusion of non-dominant groups in the development of health technologies. Join them as they explore Charlene’s recent work, which investigates the role of nursing data in shaping opportunities to embed health equity in machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence for health systems.

Chantelle, driven by her passion for improving healthcare, shares insights into collaborative research methods. As a postdoctoral research fellow hosted at BC Cancer in partnership with the UBC School of Nursing, Chantelle’s research centers around the intersection of technology and quality of care. With a keen interest in the unintended consequences of advancing technologies in the health system, she contributes valuable perspectives to the discussion.

Tune in for a thought-provoking exploration of compassionate, equitable, and inclusive technology use in healthcare, featuring two dynamic voices at the forefront of shaping the future of nursing and health informatics.

Chantelle: https://cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/51211.html
Charlene: https://www.charleneronquillo.com/
Nursing & Artificial Intelligence Leadership (NAIL) Collaborative https://www.nailcollab.org/

Listen to the Podcast HERE

GTCH - Chantelle and Charlene