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Webinar – COVID-19 Conversations for Clinicians #6: Students & Residents’ Seat at the Table
May 2, 2020 @ 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Calling all Medical Students! Nursing Students! Medical Residents!
Over the course of the last six weeks, have you had a moment where you feel like the tidal waves are rolling in with a certainty that they are going to crash with a foamy vengeance over your head? Or have you been stranded on the shore, held back by an inability to take action due to one reason or another?
In some states residents are being called to do more than they ever have, while in others they are being sent home from their clinical rotations.
In some cases students are being graduated early to work on the frontlines, and in others clinical training has come to a halt.
It is important as a student or a resident to know that however the COVID-19 Pandemic is affecting you, that there is a space for you to process your current experience.
We want to create a space for trainees to come together and give voice to the struggles, the responsibilities and the hopeful moments that you have faced through the COVID-19 pandemic. Together, we can build a community to share our stories and learn from one another.
Join us in a dynamic conversation with our guests:
Francie Goodstien, M.D. Candidate, Class of 2022, OHSU School of Medicine
Maeve McGarry, MN, DNP Student, OHSU School of Nursing
Brit Nilsen, M.D. Family Medicine Resident PGY4, Department of Family Medicine, OHSU School of Medicine
Stacy Potts, MD, MEd, Residency Director, Worcester Family Medicine Residency, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, UMass Medical School
Rebecca Cantone, MD, Director of Student Education and Core Clinical Experience, Co-Lead, Rural College, Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, OHSU School of Medicine
Christine McNulty-Buckley, DNP, MBA, RN, CPHQ NEA-BC, Assistant Dean and Associate Professor, Caritas Coach, School of Nursing Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Teri Pipe, PhD, RN, Chief Well-Being Officer, Center for Mindfulness, Compassion, and Resilience, Founding Director, College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Dean Emerita and Professor, Arizona State University
Dr. Tina Runyan and Dr. Joan Fleishman – clinical health psychologists / faculty, with specialized expertise in supporting health care professionals
As we look to build our community, we ask that you share this invitation with anyone who you think may find value in participating in this session. Right now, we can all benefit from coming together to create space for one another.
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