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  • Wednesday, September 13, 2017

    • SPAN Program Student Info Session Time: 7:45am - 8:55am Location: SON 305-Pinkard Bldg Details:

      MEN students graduating in Spring 2018 who plan to pursue an advanced level nursing degree within one to two years of graduating from JHSON should attend an information session to learn more about the Supporting Professional Advancement in Nursing (SPAN) Program.

      RSVP here for the session you plan to attend:
      •    Wednesday, September 13, 2017, 7:45 – 8:55 AM  (Breakfast served)
      •    Monday, September 18, 2017, 4:30 - 5:30 PM. This is a make-up session for those unable to attend the Wednesday, September 13th session (Light dinner served)
      •    Wednesday, September 20, 4:45 - 5:45 PM. This is a make-up session for those unable to attend the Wednesday, September 13th session (Light dinner served) 

      Learn more about SPAN at nursing.jhu.edu/span  

       
       
    • Diagnostic Error and the Role of the Nurse on the Diagnostic Team Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm Location: SON 305-Pinkard Bldg Details:

      The Office for Science and Innovation is pleased to host Dr. David Newman-Toker who will lead a workshop entitled ‘Diagnostic Error and the Role of the Nurse on the Diagnostic Team’. Dr. Newman-Toker's academic mission is to eliminate harms from diagnostic errors and maximize the accuracy and efficiency of diagnostic testing in clinical practice. The workshop will be held from noon - 1:30 pm on Wednesday, September 13, 2017, in Pinkard 305. Please RSVP to SON-Innovation@jhu.edu and we hope to see you soon! Lunch will be provided for this workshop. This workshop will be recorded.

       
       
    • The Anti-Opression Series Time: 12:00pm - 1:15pm Location: JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health Details:

      What roles do the history and continuation of genocide, slavery, eugenics, and medical experimentation play in the lives of the communities we seek to serve? How can using an anti-oppressive lens help center the lived experiences and needs of marginalized populations to achieve equitable health access and better health outcomes? This fall LEAD [Liberate, Eradicate, Activate, to Dismantle] invites you to join  an interactive workshop series that provides students, faculty and staff with the  language and tools to incorporate anti-oppressive frameworks into public health practice.

      Workshop 1: Join us in the first of our anti-oppression series! In this workshop we will:

      • Build shared language to discuss and better understand anti-oppressive frameworks;
      • Critically reflect on the ways in which our personal intersecting identities affect our lived experiences and public health practice

      Offered on September 13th & 15th in room W3008 in Bloomberg from 12:00PM-1:20PM; lunch will be provided.

      Click here to register

       
       
    • Public Health: Bridging Science and Politics Time: 12:15pm - 1:20pm Location: JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health Details:

      Ruben F. del Prado, MD, MPH ’88
      Visiting Guest Lecturer
      UNAIDS Country Director and Representative to Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh

       
       
    • Stay Ahead of the Stress Fest Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm Location: Courtyard Details:

      The Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program (JHSAP) wants to make sure that your 2017-18 academic year is off to a great start… so please join us on Wednesday, September 13th from 5-7pm for our annual Stay Ahead of the Stress Fest. The event promises to be fun; we’ll have games, prizes, arts-and-crafts, and, did we mention, FREE FOOD!?

      Please register at jhsap.org/events so we can make sure to have enough food and drinks.

       
       
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