This symposium is designed for any and all students interested in the health care of vulnerable and under-served communities at the local, regional, national, and global levels. This forum will also provide an opportunity of students from local institutions (graduate and doctorate levels) as well as faculty to present their work via poster or podium format. The aim is to provide CSU Channel Islands and other undergraduate/graduate nursing and allied health major students with the opportunity to engage in scholarly discussions and learning activities with population/global health experts and emerging academic scholars.

Learning Objectives:

The participants will:

  1. Identify and discuss issues that impact health on the local, national, and global levels.
  2. Apply theoretical concepts to the practice and care of vulnerable populations.
  3. Explore health related student research at all levels of academia.
  4. Explain current trends in health care policy and practice.

Join your fellow healthcare professionals and students for a day of global health education. With an amazing keynote speaker, multiple breakout sessions, ¬†informative posters, and plenty of time for networking, you will feel as if the day was well spent! Healthcare professionals with active licenses will obtain 4.5 CEU’s after completion of the full day of activities, students will gain knowledge that is helpful in any new career setting. For more information, please browse our brochure, website, or email us, we will get back to you promptly!

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