CANCELED: UM Nursing Global Reproductive and Sexual Health Summer Institute

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School of Nursing
Event Date: 
May 7, 2020
Event Time: 
9:00am
School of Nursing

Due to the recent events related to the COVID-19 virus, all U-M events on campus convening 100 people or more have been canceled until at least April 21, 2020.  Because the Summer Institute draws a large global audience, it is with deep regret we are canceling the 3rd Annual Global Reproductive and Sexual Health Summer Institute, May 7-8, 2020 conference and May 11-15, 2020 workshops.
 
This year was shaping up to be our most successful Summer Institute to date with higher attendance from a diverse global audience. We will reschedule the event for next year and hope you are able to join us in 2021.

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Offered by the University of Michigan School of Nursing, with faculty from across the health sciences, this third annual UMSN Summer Institute is designed to help participants gain a broad insight into contemporary issues in reproductive and sexual health. This short, intensive course will allow participants to gain the skills and knowledge to advance their inquiry in global reproductive and sexual health through a two-day conference followed by a five-day workshop. Participants may choose to attend the two-day conference only, or both the conference and the workshop.

TARGET AUDIENCE

The University of Michigan School of Nursing Global Reproductive and Sexual Health Summer Institute is intended, but not limited to: nurses, midwives, social workers, physicians, junior faculty, post-doctoral fellows, researchers or investigators, the ministry of health personnel, non-governmental organization monitoring and evaluation staff, and others with an interest in global reproductive and sexual health and research.

2-DAY CONFERENCE MAY 7-8, 2020: #UNFINISHEDAGENDA: SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RIGHTS FOR ALL

The two-day conference will focus on maternal health disparities globally and within the US, stigma and bias in reproductive health care, and the impact of current US policies domestically and globally on reproductive health with experts in the field presenting up-to-date research and practical clinical approaches to working with vulnerable populations.

Objectives:

  • Describe maternal health disparities in the US and globally
  • Understand how disparities and stigma influence maternal health outcomes
  • Discuss programs and interventions for reducing maternal mortality
  • Identify strategies to improve patient care experiences in reproductive health care domestically and globally
  • Discuss the role of nurses and midwives in reproductive health care
  • Understand US policies related to reproductive health care and their impact domestically and globally

Target Audience

This two-day conference is intended for, but not limited to: undergraduate and graduate students, nurses, midwives, social workers, physicians, junior faculty, post-doctoral fellows, researchers or investigators, and others with an interest in global reproductive and sexual health research.

5-DAY WORKSHOP MAY 11-15, 2020: DESIGNING AND EVALUATING CULTURALLY APPROPRIATE INTERVENTIONS TO IMPROVE REPRODUCTIVE & SEXUAL HEALTH

Building on the content from the 2-day conference, this 5-day workshop will give participants an opportunity to develop beginning competencies in the design and evaluation of culturally and developmentally appropriate interventions to improve reproductive and sexual health across a multitude of settings.

Objectives

  • Understand how to design impactful studies
  • Discuss different measurement aspects of a study
  • Understand the steps that are required when designing quantitative research studies
  • Describe the differences in quantitative research designs
  • Understand and articulate issues of reliability and validity
  • Explore the ethical issues associated with a range of research designs
  • Describe how to connect program objectives to key monitoring tasks
  • Develop a program monitoring plan with key essential components

Target Audience

This five-day workshop is intended for, but not limited to: nurses, midwives, social workers, physicians, junior faculty, post-doctoral fellows, doctoral and master level students, researchers or investigators, ministry of health personnel, non-governmental organization monitoring and evaluation staff, and others with an interest in global reproductive and sexual health research and policy.

IRWG is proud to cosponsor this summer event. Learn more on the official website.