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Tuesday, April 12 • 11:30am - 11:50am
Healing Our Profession by Diversifying The Nursing Narrative

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Two nurse presenters will discuss how they used the synergy of micro-learning, design, and social media to explore the relevance of nursing history in the present day with their Nurses You Should Know project. By expanding the nursing narrative, they re-imagined who we think of when we think about nurses. The Nurses You Should Know project is a capstone of the inaugural Johnson & Johnson Nurse Innovation Fellowship.

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Rachael Acker

VP, Experience Strategy & Research, Mad*Pow
Rachael has cultivated an extensive career in human-centered digital transformation and UX research, spending her professional and personal life studying patterns and envisioning solutions to complex challenges. She is inspired by how technology connects people and is passionate about... Read More →

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Ravenne Aponte, BA, BSN

PhD Student, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
Ravenne Aponte is a historian, educator, and pediatric critical care registered nurse. She is currently a second-year doctoral student at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing in the Barbara Bates Center for the Study of History of Nursing and co-creator of Nurses You Should... Read More →
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Joanna Seltzer Uribe

Clinical Informatics Nurse, CareWell Health
Joanna Seltzer Uribe is a registered nurse with a Master's in Nursing Informatics. She is currently a doctorate of education candidate with the Rossier School of Education's interdisciplinary program in organizational change. Her forthcoming dissertation is titled White Nurses, White... Read More →

Tuesday April 12, 2022 11:30am - 11:50am EDT
Room 3