Registration is now open for the 2021 Native Nations Nursing Summit coming up on Friday, November 19. The Keynote Speaker this year is Margaret P. Moss, PhD, JD, RN, FAAN, author of “American Indian Health and Nursing.”
This is the 7th annual summit and will focus on the choices that are being made today, and how they will affect the next seven generations. Join to learn about evidence-based approaches and best practices for optimal, culturally congruent health care in Native American communities. This year’s summit will be provided by LIVE Webinar.
The intended audience for this summit is Native and non-Native nurses, current nursing students, schools of nursing school advisors and recruiters, and anyone interested in supporting the health of tribal communities. Registration is free and open to all!
Questions about this event may be directed to Haley Burkhardt, MS, the UW-Madison, School of Nursing STREAM Coordinator at (715) 566-1884 or firstname.lastname@example.org.