Friday, November 9, 2018
Women Leaders in Global Health 2018 Time: All Day Locations: Off-Campus or Various Locations Details:
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is proud to be hosting the second annual Women Leaders in Global Health Conference on 8-9 November 2018. Building on last year’s hugely successful inaugural event at Stanford University, USA, the 2018 conference will:
- highlight emerging and established women leaders in global health
- engage in the latest thought leadership on advancing women in global health
- support mentoring and skills building opportunities
- support women in all forms of leadership from local communities to global organisations, from science to politics
Registrations for the conference are now open to all and we are working to generate a buzz around the event and encourage attendees from a wide variety of sectors, ranging from policymakers to healthcare professionals.
To help us achieve this we are asking our partners who are on social media to help us build interest and promote registration using their channels. This initial social media toolkit supports this promotion, and we will be in touch later this year with further materials around the conference. If you have queries on the toolkit, please contact WLGH18@lshtm.ac.uk
Link for use on social media: http://bit.ly/BookWLGH18
Website homepage: www.wlghconference.org/2018
Website WLGH18 page + booking link: https://www.wlghconference.org/2018/
Optimizing Care of Women & Girls Affected by Female Genital Cutting: a multidisciplinary workshop for health and social service providers and students Time: 7:30am - 5:00pm Locations: 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD Details:
Please join us for a FREE educational research opportunity
Optimizing Care for Women & Girls Affected by Female Genital Cutting:
A workshop for health care providers & students
November 9, 2018 730am-5pm
Hopkins School of Nursing - Carpenter Room
525 N Wolfe St, Baltimore MD
Register at: http://bit.ly/2xH11UC
Female genital cutting (FGC) is a significant public health problem affecting approximately 200 million women worldwide and more than ½ a million women/girls in the USA. The DC, Virgina, and Maryland area is home to the US’ second largest population of women/girls affected by FGC.
This is a research study to assess the impact of an educational workshop on the knowledge, attitudes, confidence and skills of providers and students who may care for women and girls with FGC. The FREE workshop features the nation’s expert on FGC, Dr. Crista Johnson-Agbakwu, MD, FACOG and includes hands-on skill building in assessment, diagnosis, counseling and management. Participants will learn best practices for surgical defibulation procedure and challenging ethical and legal counseling.
Medical, nursing, and midwifery providers and students are encouraged to attend. Social service providers and all practitioners focused in reproductive, pediatric, school and/or mental health settings welcome. This event open to students. Participation is voluntary and a decision whether or not to participate in this research will not affect employment, education or training at Johns Hopkins.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Mara Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information
THANK YOU- to Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Johns Hopkins Medicine Dept of Gyn/OB, Alliance for a Healthier World their financial support of this workshop!
Principal Investigator: Nicole Warren PhD
JHM IRB protocol number: IRB00169287
For more info contact Mara Evans at email@example.com
National Student Nurses Association Midyear Conference 2018 Time: 11:00am - Sun. 11/11 12:30pm Locations: Off-Campus or Various Locations Details: 36th Annual MidYear Career Planning Conference-JHSON will be exhibiting. Registration is required through https://www.nsnamidyear.org/ .