Achieving Health Equity through Growth, Innovation, and Reflection
Achieving Health Equity through Growth, Innovation, and Reflection was held virtually on October 22, 2021. Thank you to all who attended!
How To Access Sessions
Those who registered for the event before October 22, 2021 can log in to the following website using their email address and last name: mhc.glm-media.net or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Complete an evaluation to receive CE for each session (click here for evaluation links).
If you would like to purchase the sessions, click here to purchase and view them.
SAVE THE DATE!
The 2022 Michigan Nursing Summit will take place on October 6-7, 2022 in Traverse City, Michigan. More information to follow - stay tuned!
About The Event:
The pandemic highlighted health inequities that healthcare and public health professions have observed and have been working to eradicate for years. It underscored the need for systemic change.
At the same time, the pandemic did change us personally. For some of us, changes took the form of leadership, entrepreneurship, and discovering new partnerships and alliances. For others the last year inspired us to master new technologies and create innovative solutions for patients and partners. Many others discovered their own strengths, interests, and talents.
How can nurses use personal growth and understanding to make systemic change in the area of health equity? Please join us for a conversation, featuring six speakers who will speak on topics of health equity and how individual nurses can harness the momentum of the pandemic to affect systemic change.
This event will provide up to 6 CE for nurses! One of the sessions will also satisfy one hour of the state-mandated implicit bias training for nurses during the live event.
Register today at 2021nurses.eventbrite.com.
Can't attend? No problem! By registering, you can access this content to earn CE for up to two years and access the modules without CE for a lifetime!
This nursing continuing professional development activity has been approved by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91).