Cancer clinical trials are an important option for patients with cancer. Yet, once a trial ends, patients still need care plans. Little is known at what point during clinical trial transitions to initiate advance planning discussions or how to educate research teams to communicate with and prepare patient-participants and their families for the next steps after they leave a cancer clinical trial.
The brainchild of Penn Nursing’s Marion Leary, director of innovation, the Nursing StorySlam brought together ten nurses from Penn Nursing and Penn Medicine
to share their true, personal stories that explored the breadth, depth, and diversity of nursing in front of a packed house at West Philly’s community arts space, the Rotunda.
Cyd Charisse Villalba, a post-master’s DNP
candidate at Penn Nursing, healthcare analytics specialist, and ANA-NY research fellow
, participated in LinkedIn’s
pilot #FutureLeadersOfNursing boot camp at the company’s HQ in NYC on February 8. Participants learned how to amplify their voices and make a positive impact in their own communities all in order to change the future of nursing for the better.
In this Bates Center seminar, Wangui Muigai, PhD, examines the origins of government efforts to reduce black infant mortality, by tracing the early work of the U.S. Children’s Bureau in the 1920s rural South. Muigai’s talk considers the legacies of this moment on the birth and reproductive experiences of African Americans.
Join us for Global Bites – a special lunch hour where Penn Nursing community members and their guests share stories of their global engagement, at home and abroad. Dr. Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet presenting!