Please join us in New York City for this full day symposium where we will convene a number of academic institutions to launch our new Fostering Religio-Cultural Competence in Nursing curriculum. During this symposium, we will be discussing religious diversity and inclusion in health care and sharing best practices for providing better patient-centered care for people of all backgrounds and cultures.
The symposium will begin on Thursday, July 19th with a brief meet and greet session, held from 6PM till 8PM, where dinner and drinks will be served. Guests will also have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the curriculum materials before the full day event on Friday, July 20th. On Friday, the full day event begins at 8:30AM and goes till 3:30PM. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Please let us know of any special food requirements/restrictions you may have by the RSVP date.
Please RSVP by July 1st.
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Please contact Maria McQuade:
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