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  • Wednesday, October 2, 2019

    • Emergency Nurses Association Conference-Austin, TX 2019 Time: Sun. 9/29 12:00pm - 2:00pm Locations: Off-Campus or Various Locations Details: This conference is an opportunity to expand your knowledge, learn new skills through hands on opportunities, and return to your ED reinvigorated to share new ideas and best practices.  Registration through ENA.org .
       
       
    • SOURCE Canned Food Drive Time: All Day Locations: SON Details:

      Donate non-perishable and unopened canned food items to support SOURCE partnering organizations' food pantries! Co-sponsored by JHSPH Student Assembly and Black Student Nurses Association. Drop-off locations:

      JHSPH E1002 and 1st Floor Student Lounge

      SON Lobby

      SOM AMEB Lobby

       
       
    • The American Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses Association: 33rd Annual Conference Time: All Day Locations: Off-Campus or Various Locations Details: he APNA 33rd Annual Conference will bring together nurses passionate about psychiatric-mental health for 100+ varied educational sessions covering all facets of psychiatric-mental health nursing care—from opioid use to suicide prevention to recovery. Connect with 1600+ psychiatric-mental health RNs and APRNs and earn CE (100+ contact hours in person and online) at the premiere event for psychiatric-mental health nursing this October in New Orleans. 
       
       
    • Danger Assessment Workshop Time: 12:30pm - 1:30pm Locations: 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD Details: This is a Psych Mental Health Student organization sponsored event featuring a workshop run by Dr. Jacqueline Campbell  where students will role play performing a Danger Assessment. The workshop will be interactive and lunch will be provided.
       
       
    • Stevenson University Nursing Career Fair 2019 Time: 2:30pm - 4:30pm Locations: Off-Campus or Various Locations Details: JHSON will be exhibiting.
       
       
    • Film Screening, "Charm City" and Community Discussion Time: 5:00pm - 7:30pm Locations: JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health Details:

      Join us for a screening of the documentary Charm City and a community discussion with Delegate Stephanie Smith, which will examine local context around racism that caused and continues health inequity. We will discuss areas such as: policy; the practice of segregation, federally, statewide and local; Resulting norms and coping behaviors in communities of color, especially African American communities; Long term effects on local outcomes as well as the unforeseen social impacts for communities of color, especially African American communities.

      About Charm City (from the Charm City film website)

      On the streets of Baltimore, shooting is rampant, the murder rate is approaching an all-time high and the distrust of the police is at a fever pitch. With nerves frayed and neighborhoods in distress, dedicated community leaders, compassionate law-enforcement officers and a progressive young city councilman try to stem the epidemic of violence. Filmed over three tumultuous years covering the lead up to, and aftermath of, Freddie Gray’s death in police custody, CHARM CITY is an intimate cinema verité portrait of those surviving in, and fighting for, the vibrant city they call home. Directed by renowned documentary producer Marilyn Ness (Cameraperson; Trapped; E-Team).

      About Delegate Stephanie Smith

      Stephanie M. Smith is an Assistant Director for Equity, Engagement and Communications in the City of Baltimore’s Department of Planning.

      In this inaugural role, Stephanie leads the implementation of the agency’s “Equity in Planning Action Plan” and its overall communications program. Prior to joining municipal government leadership, Stephanie worked in the federal policy arena advancing public health, voting rights, affordable housing and environmental justice for the most vulnerable communities. A former Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Fellow, Stephanie is passionate about including the voices of underrepresented populations in policy making because she knows that “if you aren’t at the table, then you’re on the menu!”.

      In 2018, Stephanie was elected to the House of Delegates in the Maryland General Assembly. She serves on the House Ways and Means
      Committee and sits on the Local Revenues and Education Subcommittees.

       
       
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