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TRUSTed Conversation: Invisible to Visible
Tuesday, May 28, 2024, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT
Category: TRUSTed Conversations

This is a great opportunity to expand knowledge while connecting with a network of accomplished nurse leaders in every sector of nursing practice!
There is no fee to participate, and we encourage you to share this with your colleagues and invite them to join you. Upon registering, you will receive the Zoom connection information.

DescriptionThis presentation will share the historical and sociocultural impact on the health of marginalized and invisible Native American tribes. Many tribal communities that have remained invisible are beginning the journey to becoming visible. The Health Survey Project funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is an example of approaches to bring visibility to the health needs of marginalized tribes.


John Lowe, RN, PhD, FAAN
Joseph Blades Centennial Memorial Professor in Nursing
Director: Indigenous Nursing Research Enhancement (INRE) Post-Doc Program
Faculty Affiliate Native American and Indigenous Studies
Director: Indigenous Global Research Alliance in Nursing (IGRAIN)
The University of Texas, Austin, Texas
Indigenous Scholar Affiliate
University of Southern Queensland
Ipswich, Australia
Rose M. Wimbish-Tompkins (Cirilo), PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow, 2021-2023
University of Texas at Austin – Steve Hicks School of Social Work