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Latina Perspectives in Healthcare presented by SNHU Thought Leaders
Fri, June 2, 2017, 7:30 AM – 3:00 PM EDT
The Southern New Hampshire University Thought Leaders conference series proudly presents “Latina Perspectives in Healthcare” on Friday, June 2, 2017, at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester, NH. Join us for a day of thought-provoking seminars designed to bring together nursing and healthcare professionals, educators and students who have an interest in expanding awareness of diversity and inclusion in the health professions community.
The conference will feature speakers Adrianna Nava, MSN, RN, of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses; Judith M. West, MS, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Human Resources Officer for MaineHealth System; Mandy Levine, JD, HR Business Partner at Maine Medical Center; and Dr. Adolfo Cuevas, Community Psychologist and Cancer Prevention Postdoctoral Fellow at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
In addition, Ron Jones, Director of Dialogues on Diversity, and Dr. Gary Lewis LeRoy, Chief Medical Consultant for the City of Dayton schools, will host an interactive workshop entitled, “Striving for Cultural Competence in Healthcare Settings.”
Other distinguished speakers include Jan Wyatt, EdD, SNHU Executive Director of Nursing and Health Professions; Jada Hebra, SNHU Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer; and Raul Galarza, SNHU assistant vice president of Enrollment Support Services.
“Latina Perspectives in Healthcare” is a forum for discussing contemporary challenges and solutions and exploring practical innovations surrounding diversity and inclusion in the healthcare professions. Topics include workplace trends in the Latina population, the need for recruiting Latina healthcare providers and serving the healthcare needs of the Latinx population. Conference attendees will gain the tools to start discussions and make a difference in their organizations.
Tickets are $30 per person, which includes all speaker sessions and lunch. Early registration is recommended, as space is limited to a maximum of 250 participants.