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PAST EVENT

APRIL 12th - 13th 2022

 

The 2022 Culture of Health Summit will bring together healthcare professionals from all over the state to navigate Louisiana's path to health equity. 

Major focus on providing direction from the Academy of Medicine's 2020-2030 Future of Nursing report. 

* WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Professionals, stakeholders and community leaders from all facets and disciplines who are passionate about improving healthcare and healthcare outcomes in Louisiana.

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Tuesday, April 12th 2022 and

Wednesday, April 13th 2022

9:00 am - 12:45 pm

Zoom Webinar

Sponsor

Learn more about being a Sponsor on our COH Summit Sponsor page.

Continuing Education Credit for

Nurses and Social Workers

This activity has been approved by the Louisiana State Nurses Association for a maximum of 6.0 contact hours.  

This activity has been approved by LSU School of Social Work for Social Work CEUs for a maximum of 5.5 contact hours.

COME AND BE A PART OF
THIS GREAT ANNUAL SUMMIT

DAY 1 (April 12th) 9am - 12:45pm

Welcome, Purpose, Recognition of Sponsors & Summit Logistics

  • Continuing Education

  • Virtual Summit How To

  • Purpose/Sponsors/Summit Logistics

Welcome Address by Governor John Bel Edwards

State of the State

State wide data, notable trends, and a general overview of Public Health’s priorities

Kimberly Hood, JD, MPH  

Assistant Secretary for the Office of Public Health

Future of Nursing Report Keynote

Engaging Nurses in Collaboration with other Healthcare Professionals in the work of the Recommendations within the 2020-2030 Future of Nursing report.

Sue Hassmiller

Senior Adviser for Nursing at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Louisiana Action Coalition Panel

What is the Coalition Thinking?

Louisiana Action Coalition Core Leadership Team members present an overview of the 2022-2025 Strategic Plan and ideas/actions necessary for implementation.

 

Moderator, Benita Chatmon, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE

Assistant Professor of Clinical Nursing

Assistant Dean for Clinical Nursing Ed.

Sister Henrietta Guyot Professorship in Nursing

LSUHNO SON

Demetrius Porche, DNS, PhD, PCC, ANEF, FACHE, FAANP, FAAN

LACANE President

Dean and Professor

School of Nursing

LSU Health – New Orleans

Cynthia Bienemy, PhD, RN

Owner and CEO, ALLTHINGSPROFESSIONAL LLC

Healthcare Workforce Research and Consulting

 

Ecoee Rooney, DNP, RN, AFN-C, NPD-BC, SANE-A, DFN-AFN

President, Louisiana State Nurses Association

 

Karen C. Lyon, PhD, MBA, APRN-CNS, NEA

Chief Executive Officer, Louisiana State Board of Nursing

DAY 2 (April 13th) 9am - 12:45pm

Welcome, Purpose, Recognition of Sponsors & Summit Logistics

  • Continuing Education

  • Virtual Summit How To

  • Purpose/Sponsors/Summit Logistics

Day 1 Review and Main Takeaways

Denise Bottcher &

Lisa Hawthorne PhD, MSN, RN, PHN, CNE

Co-Leads, Louisiana Action Coalition

Nurse Panel - Stories from the field: Nurses Impacting Health Equity through volunteerism.

Moderator, Coletta Barrett, RN, FACHE

VP, Mission – Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center

 

Charla B. Johnson, DNP, RN-BC, ONC

System Director, Nursing Informatics

Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System

 

Terrie Sterling, MSN, MBA, RN

Interim CEO of University Medical Center: New Orleans.

CEO, Terrie Sterling Consulting

 

Karen Wyble, RN, MSN, MHA, MBA

VP Rural Health and Workforce Development

Ochsner

Organization Panel - Team Based Care and Interprofessional Collaboration

Moderator, Coletta Barrett, RN, FACHE

VP, Mission – Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center

 

Tonya Jagneaux, MD, MSHI, FCCP

LSU Health Sciences Center, BR Campus, Associate

Prof. of Clinical Medicine; Chief Medical Informatics Officer, OLOL, BR, LA

Jess Dobbins, DrPH, MA

Associate Director of Population Health Strategy, Health Equity and Community Engagement.

Humana Foundation

 

Discuss current programs or ideas participants see can fit into their organizations.

Denise Bottcher &

Lisa Hawthorne PhD, MSN, RN, PHN, CNE

Co-Leads, Louisiana Action Coalition

 

Day 2 TakeawaysCall to Actionand Adjournment

Denise Bottcher &

Lisa Hawthorne PhD, MSN, RN, PHN, CNE

Co-Leads, Louisiana Action Coalition

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Past Event

Past Event

* WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Professionals, stakeholders and community leaders from all facets and disciplines who are passionate about improving healthcare and healthcare outcomes in Louisiana.

Learn: How to utilize culturally sensitive, evidence-based strategies to eradicate social determinants of health which foster health disparities among underrepresented populations.

* Engage: Nurse leaders, healthcare professionals from various health disciplines and community leaders to identify the root causes of inequity that exist within the healthcare system.

Call to Action: Utilize best practices and collaborative partnerships to cultivate a culture of health based on equity, resilience, and diverse values.

 
CULTURE OF HEALTH PREMIER “SHINING STAR” ($5,000+)
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CULTURE OF HEALTH ADVOCATE ($1,000)
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CULTURE OF HEALTH PARTNER ($500)
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CULTURE OF HEALTH FRIEND ($250)
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