Better Together: The Frontline Nurse’s Journey from Trauma to Healing
This Better Together series event is brought to you by the Rutgers School of Nursing
Many nurses and health care professionals are grappling with the mental strain that COVID-19 has caused. Join us for a roundtable discussion with panelists from Rutgers School of Nursing who will share their perspectives on front-line acute care, micro- and macroaggressions toward nurses of color, nursing students, and the state of the nursing profession in a postpandemic landscape. Panelists will also discuss how the School of Nursing leads the way in addressing the wellness of nurses.
This discussion is being moderated by Dr. Kelly Moore, a licensed clinical psychologist in New Jersey & Pennsylvania with a clinical specialty in the treatment of anxiety, trauma, and perinatal disorders in youth and adults.
- Linda Flynn GSN’90,’95, dean, School of Nursing
- Susan Salmond, executive vice dean, School of Nursing
- Charlotte Thomas-Hawkins, associate dean, School of Nursing
- Amita Avadhani SN’09, associate professor, School of Nursing
- Donna Gaffney GSNB’77, psychotherapist
- Lindsey Greene SAS’14, SN’20, registered nurse, Hackensack University Medical Center