Virtual Coffee Hour for nurses working with LGBTQIA populations

On April 26, 2018 from 12-1pm Eastern time the LGBTQIA Health and Health Disparities RIG of the Eastern Nursing Research Society (ENRS) and Nursing Section of Health Professionals Advancing LGBT Equality (formerly GLMA) are co-hosting a virtual coffee hour for nurses interested in working with LGBTQIA populations in practice, research, and education.

We are hoping this will become a monthly, ongoing discussion. The goal is to provide a space for nurses interested in work with LGBTQIA populations in any area to brainstorm together, obtain peer support, share opportunities for engagement and collaboration. The virtual coffee hour will also allow for networking with folks affiliated with both of our groups to increase access to potential collaborators and mentors.

This is an informal event. We encourage you to virtually stop by as your schedule allows, whether that is just for a few minutes to say hello or for a longer period of time.

The meeting will be hosted via Zoom, a secure online platform. Please join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android by pasting this web link into your browser:https://umassd.zoom.us/j/344981411

You can also call in via telephone if you don’t have access to the Internet during that time-US: +1 646 876 9923 or +1 669 900 6833 or +1 408 638 0968

 Meeting ID: 344 981 411

For questions or additional information, feel free to contact Caitlin Stover, Chair of the GLMA Nursing Section (cstover@umassd.edu) or the co-chairs of the ENRS LGBTQIA Health and Health Disparities RIG (enrs.lgbt.rig@gmail.com).

Sincerely,

Jordon Bosse, Kasey Jackman & Chasity Burrows (ENRS LGBTQIA RIG)
Caitlin Stover & Caroline Dorsen (GLMA Nursing Section)

About Jordon B

Nurse. Budding researcher. Teacher. Consultant. Data Nerd. Bowtie afficionado.
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