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  • Sex-Positive Health History Workshop
  • October 18
  • Nursing Students for Harm Reduction invites to you attend the

    Sex Positive Health History Workshop

    Presented by Bianca Palmisano, MSN, RN

    Monday, October 18, 2021 – 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

    This workshop will focus on using sex positive language to take a sexual health history in the hospital setting. Bianca (they/them) is a JHU Master’s Entry into Nursing graduate, author, and health and sex educator based in Washington, DC. Please join us to learn, discuss, and ask any questions you may have about taking a sex positive health history! 

    Register to receive the zoom link at: https://nursingjhu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cwCHBfe1dSdud4a 

    The Nursing Students for Harm Reduction advocates for harm reduction teaching, works to support harm reduction resources and advocates in Baltimore, and bring awareness of evidence-based interventions, such as safe-injection sites and Narcan trainings, to our nursing peers. Nursing Students for Harm Reduction focuses on reducing stigma, creating support, and providing appropriate and informed care to vulnerable groups through education, volunteer opportunities, educational presentations and discussions, and community outreach. To receive future correspondence about meetings, please email Kirah, kalding1@jh.edu to be added to the mailing list.

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