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- PrEP Skills Building Workshop
- May 04
The PrEP Skills Building Workshop will include a state of the science review of PrEP, PrEP Treatment Guidelines, how to access patient assistance programs, clinical case scenarios and much more. Faculty from Johns Hopkins, Chase Brexton, and Baltimore City Health Department will facilitate. The program is designed for both clinicians and administrators to help your clinic become PrEP Ready and stop HIV in our state!
- Faculty Candidate Laura Petri—Mock Lecture
- May 04
Laura Petri, PhD, RN-BC
Director of Nursing
Holy Cross Hospital
Silver Spring, MD
"Chronic Pain Management"
Dr. Laura Petri is Director of Nursing Practice and Education at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, Maryland. She received her PhD in Nursing at the University of Maryland Baltimore, where she is also adjunct faculty. Dr. Petri has devoted her career to providing quality education to develop nurses and improve nursing practice. In her current position she directs the development and implementation of nursing education initiatives, development and implementation of nursing standards, and resolution of practice concerns or issues.
Two key initiatives implemented by Dr. Petri are the New Graduate Residency Program and Student Immersion Program. Dr. Petri possesses a broad knowledge base in adult health and regularly works with nursing and interdisciplinary teams to implement best practices in areas such as infectious disease, pressure ulcer management, and pain management. She maintains her connection with evidence based practice and research (EBPR) as the Chair of the EBPR Council, a member of the Holy Cross Health Institutional Review Board, a reviewer of grant applications for Patient-Centered Outcomes Institute (PCORI), and as a consultant for EBPR projects at the hospital.
An avid yoga practitioner and registered instructor, Dr. Petri advocates the consideration of integrative health concepts in conjunction with traditional health care methods.
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