Improving Student Wellness by Understanding Microaggressions


Piri Ackermann-Barger, who is working with other Nursemanifesters on projects to promote civility in nursing, is presenting a webinar “Improving Student Wellness by Understanding Microaggressions” on April 9, 2019 from 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET.  This webinar is sponsored by the nursing Campaign for Action – the nation-wide initiative to put into place the “Future of Nursing” recommendations issued in 2012.

Piri is an assistant clinical professor at the University of California Davis Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, and co-director of the Center for a Diverse Healthcare Workforce and the Interprofessional Teaching Scholars Program, both at UC Davis. She is also an adviser on diversity issues for the Campaign for Action.

Visit the Campaign for Action website to learn more and to register for this event!  There is no cost, but you need to register to attend!

3 thoughts on “Improving Student Wellness by Understanding Microaggressions

  1. Good Afternoon! Thank you for offering such a valuable webinar, “Improving Student Wellness by Understanding Microaggressions.” I am interested in attending, unfortunately, I have a prior commitment. If I register, will this webinar be available to view via recording?

    With Gratitude,

    Laurie Martinez, RN, MSN/MBA PhD student Christine E. Lynn, College of Nursing, Florida Atlantic University 777 Glades Rd. Tel: 845-705-8982 Email: lauriemartin2017@health.fau.edu “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” -Maya Angelou

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    • Hi Laurie,
      I am so glad your are interested in the microaggressions webinar. Yes, webinars are recorded and available on the Campaign for Action website approximately a week after the webinar airs.
      Piri

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