In an upcoming article in the journal Nursing Research, a study from Penn Nursing, reports results of a web-based intervention, Cuídalos, in Puerto Rico designed to increase sexual risk communication between parents and adolescents.
The biennial award honors the best scholarly qualities that Dr. Fagin, the School’s third Dean, exemplified. It is given to a Penn Nursing faculty member, or a graduate from the School’s doctoral program, who has made a distinguished contribution to nursing scholarship. Bowles will deliver the lecture ‘From Inquiry to Innovation: How a Clinical Question Became a Business Opportunity’ during the October 25th event (Fagin Hall, 3:00-5:00 PM). For more information, or to RSVP, please click here.
The Penn in Latin America and the Caribbean (PLAC) Initiative began in the fall of 2014 when Penn Nursing’s Dean, Dr. Antonia Villarruel, rallied an interdisciplinary team from across campus to host an annual conference dedicated to showcasing the depth and breadth of institutional and faculty engagement in the region. This year’s conference focuses on climate change and the social, political, economic, environmental, health, and financial implications.
The ACE elective is a national program designed to fill gaps in nursing education in knowledge around abortion care. This will be a full day of mini-workshops including values clarification, reproductive justice, public health, medication, aspiration abortion, and self-managed abortion, options counseling, adoption, and contraception information – with faculty and guest speakers.
In this session, Kathleen Lee, MD, Director of Innovation and Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania will present “Positive feedback, made viral: Leveraging social and digital technologies within the health system”