Register now for the 6th Annual Native Nations Nursing Summit being held virtually on Thursday, November 19th from 9:00 – 2:30pm!
This year’s Summit will focus on addressing public health needs within Native American communities, specifically in the age of COVID-19. Summit speakers will highlight the pandemic response of Native communities, provide information about current health disparities within Native communities, and recognize the resilience of Native and non-Native nurses.
Summit content will also include:
- Career advancement opportunities within nursing, and continuing education credit for RNs and advanced practice nurses.
- Educational pathways to a nursing profession for middle and high school students.
- Information about resources and programs such as STREAM, NACHP, NANAINA, and GLITC.
Registration is free and open to all!
Find all event details & register here: https://ce.icep.wisc.edu/6th-annual-native-nations-nursing-summit
This event is hosted by the National Alaska Native American Indian Nurses Association (NANAINA) and sponsored by UW–Madison School of Nursing STREAM Program. Thank you to Mel Freitag, PhD, for sharing!