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'Fierce Urgency'“The Fierce Urgency of Now” honors the life of Shalon Irving, CDC epidemiologist and Bloomberg School of Public Health alumnus—3-5 p.m. Monday, February 25, at Public Health’s Sommer Hall, E2014. Dr. Irving dedicated her life to understanding how inequality, trauma, and violence affect health. She died in 2017 after giving birth, calling national attention to high rates of maternal mortality among black women. RSVP.
Find That 1st Nursing JobGet advice on how and when to search for your first nursing position at this workshop, 12:30-1:20 p.m. February 6, Room 10. Register through Handshake.
Career Fair Feedback
Please take a few minutes to share your experience through a brief survey. It will close on February 6.
Teresa Brockie Co-authors Health Disparities StudyAn American Journal of Public Health special issue, New Perspectives to Advance Minority Health and Health Disparities Research, features a study by Assistant Professor Teresa Brockie and colleagues titled "Structural Interventions to Reduce and Eliminate Health Disparities." It highlights "common themes inherent in successful interventions" as well as "recommendations to advance the science of health disparities research." Congratulations.
Robb Lunch & Lecture
Professor Hae-Ra Han presents “Patient-Centered Education: How a Health Literacy Lens Can Improve Your Work,” noon-1 p.m. Monday, February 18. UPDATE: Due to overwhelming response, this event has been moved to the Alumni Auditorium. Lunch provided. RSVP by February 14.
Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
The Black Student Nurses Association and HIV Nursing Action group present a panel discussion 12:30-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 6, Room 217. Lunch served. RSVP.
Today: Robb Lunch & Lecture
Today—Monday, February 18—Professor Hae-Ra Han presents “Patient-Centered Education: How a Health Literacy Lens Can Improve Your Work,” noon-1 p.m., Alumni Auditorium. Lunch provided.