Date: October 15, 2020
Start Time: 9:00 am
End Time: 1:30 pm
Join this virtual meeting-of-minds to explore the mission of the nursing identity as advocates for public health and as healers, during pandemics and beyond.
Sessions will be led by global experts in nursing and public health and will cover self-care; creating engaging virtual trainings for health workers; and making the most of available resources in a health emergency.
ICAP will also award two special recognitions to health workers on the frontlines of the COVID response, the Health Advocacy Hero Award and the Courage to Care Award.
9:00am – Welcome
9:30am – Self-Care in a Crisis, Craig Spencer, Director of Global Health in Emergency Medicine at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
10:30am – Case Studies: How to Build Engaging Virtual Trainings for Health Workers
11:30am – Nurses on Call: In conversation with Fatu Kekula, developer of the ‘Trash Bag Method’, an effective method to create DIY PPE in resource-thin emergency contexts.
12:30 – Nurses on Call: In conversation with Maggie Rawlins, registered nurse and supermodel
1:30 – Award ceremony