Please join the UW-Madison School of Nursing for the 2022 Littlefield Leadership Lecture, a virtual event.
Inspired by the Friends of Littlefield and named for Dean Emerita Vivian Littlefield, this lecture series highlights nurse leadership and explores topics that reflect the complexity and impact of nursing. The UW–Madison School of Nursing is proud to share it with you.
NURSE LEADERSHIP IN COMPLEX TIMES AND ENVIRONMENTS
presented by Read Admiral Susan M. Orsega, MSN, FNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN
Wednesday, November 2, 2022, 5:00-6:15pm CDT
Rear Admiral Susan M. Orsega
Senior advisor to the assistant secretary for health and U.S. surgeon general. Rear Admiral Orsega’s career has included more than 30 years in the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and global assignments to provide operational management and public health guidance. She has led in circumstances as varied as international government transition and infectious disease outbreaks — including her service as acting surgeon general from January 26, 2021, to March 25, 2021. Her presentation will highlight the role of nurse leadership in meeting local, national, and global health needs in complex environments.
Please register by October 22. Access to the live event will be available on the School of Nursing web page on November 2.
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This post was authored by Academic Affairs on 09/16/2022.