Blue Hen Nursing Symposium

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Learning to Appreciate the Nurse's Role in Death

Tuesday, March 6
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

University of Delaware
Kirkbride Hall
, Room 204 (Doors open at 5:30 p.m.)
Reception to follow in 114 McDowell Hall (the Nursing Building).

Cost: Free
Parking is available in Trabant Garage, located on West Main St., just past S. College Ave. Validation tickets will be provided to alumni in attendance.

Join us for a viewing of the new award-winning documentary "Defining Hope," an expert panel discussion, vendors and a meet-and-greet with students and alumni. CEUs are available.

"Defining Hope" follows eight patients with life-threatening illness and the nurses who guide them to make critical choices along the way as they face death, embrace hope and ultimately redefine what makes life worth living. Reserve your tickets for a special one-night screening.

The second annual Blue Hen Nursing Symposium is a collaboration of UD Nursing Alumni Network (NAN) and the Student Nursing Organization (SNO) in an effort to explore a hot health topic impacting the care of patients today.

Due to sensitive subject matter, children under age 16 are discouraged from attending. Babies are allowed.

Thanks to the UDAA for their generous support of this event!

Registration closes March 2, 2018. Unfortunately, walk-ins will not be permitted.

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