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Live from NYC: Dr. Azita Emami, Dean of the Yale School of Nursing

May 29 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Live from NYC!
Dr. Azita Emami, Dean of the Yale School of Nursing

Nursing is in crisis. While doctors are in charge of a patient’s medical care, nurses are the backbone of our healthcare industry. They are the first people that patients interact with — assessing and triaging patients, monitoring vital signs, and administering treatments while providing compassionate care, and educating individuals and families about health. But the U.S. is now facing a shortfall of up to 450,000 nurses, 20% fewer than required for patient care. Against this backdrop, the Yale School of Nursing, ranked 6th in the world, plays an important leadership role in addressing the challenges and opportunities faced by the nursing profession.

Please join us on Wednesday, May 29th at the Yale Club (and virtually via Zoom) as YANA’s Town Hall spotlights Dr. Azita Emami, Dean of the Yale School of Nursing, who will share her thoughts on the current crisis and her vision for the future.

May 29 | 6:30pm ET – In-Person (Yale Club of NYC) & via Zoom



May 29
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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