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Frontline Nurses: Leaders in Pandemic Response
Frontline Nurses: Leaders in Pandemic Response
March 10, 2021 12-1 PM New York
5 PM Freetown/Monrovia, 6 PM Geneva, 7 PM Lusaka, 8 PM Nairobi

Nurses and midwives are on the frontlines of pandemic response worldwide, but their stories, accrued wisdom, and personal sacrifices are often ignored and unacknowledged. Frontline Nurses, a working group of the Columbia Center for Social Difference, recognizes the critical contribution of nurses and midwives and advocates for their role in forming public health policies -- a project that has become even more urgent during the international battle against COVID-19.
This event will serve to launch frontlinenurses.org, a new site offering oral histories of nurses and midwives from Liberia and Sierra Leone who successfully led their communities through the 2014 Ebola outbreak. You are invited to meet, listen to, and engage with these nurses and midwives at our launch event on Wednesday, March 10th, 2021 at 12:00 pm EST. We’ll share the website and hear from project contributors and interviewees.
Opening remarks by Elizabeth Iro, Chief Nursing Officer, World Health Organization
Speakers: Mary Marshall Clark, Jennifer Dohrn, Alex Gil Fuentes, Kurt Holuba, Wilmot James, Cecelia Kpangbala-Flomo, Susan Michaels-Strasser, Anne Mwansa, Murugi Ndirangu, Margaret Phiri, Victoria Rosner, Mina Shah, Joan Shepard, Courtney Vose, Paige West

Center for Pandemic Research, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy Columbia Center for Oral History Research
Columbia Global Centers
Columbia School of General Studies
Columbia School of Nursing
Columbia University Libraries
Interdisciplinary Center for Innovative Theory and Empirics
SOF - Heyman Center

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Mar 10, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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