A Woman's Worth: Gender & Health Inequities Across the Lifespan
Friday, April 12, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
A WOMAN'S WORTH: Gender & Health Inequities Across A Lifespan
Friday, April 12th, 2013
9am-2:30pm (Registration begins at 8:30am)
The 6th annual conference of Nurses for Global Health will explore the complex nature of worldwide social and health inequity faced by women across the lifespan. The audience will leave with a deeper understanding of gender discrimination endured by women and girls in all aspects of life, and how this damages the community and future generations. We will also explore the impact gender violence has in the Baltimore community, and the positive efforts local women are making to better their lives and families.
Cost at the door = $15
When & Where
Nurses for Global Health
Nurses for Global Health is a student organization based at University of Maryland's the School of Nursing. We are a student organization that aims to bring awareness of global health issues to the school, adjacent professional schools, and the hospital community. We are one of the most active student groups on campus, and promote education, leadership and advocacy amongst our members. Nurses for Global Health has paved the way for global health classes to be offered at the school, as well as a certificate program approved by the Board of Higher Education.
Welcome to our Sixth Annual Conference!