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13th Annual Dorothy L. Powell Global Health Lecture

Event Title: "Moving Mountains"

Keynote Speaker:
Dame Claire Bertschinger, DBE, DL, DEd, DSSc, DSc (honoris causa), MSc, RGN
Director for Diploma in Tropical Nursing at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in Great Britain

During the 1984 Ethiopia famine, Dame Bertschinger inspired one of the biggest global health relief programs ever mounted - Live Aid. In 2010, she received the highest British honor from the late Queen Elizabeth II and has been recognized as one of the most influential female nurses of all time. She hopes to inspire the next generation of health practitioners by sharing her extraordinary experiences and the lessons learned along the way.

Join Dame Bertschinger as she discusses her impactful nursing career advocating on behalf of disenfranchised people in tropical and resource-poor settings.

This is a hybrid event:
In-Person Registration:

Virtual Registration:

Presented by:
The School of Nursing Office of Global and Community Health Initiatives (OGACHI) and Dr. Michael Relf, Associate Dean Global and Community Health

Contact: Justin Wellins