Event

Jean Ross' Inaugural Professorial Lecture

Dr Jean Ross works at the intersection of clinical practice, research and education in the context of communities. Communities may be place-based but also include groups with common interests which are not limited geographically. 

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When

20 July 22

5:30 PM

Where

The Hub, Otago Polytechnic, 85 Forth Street
North Dunedin, Otago 9016,
New Zealand

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We warmly invite you to join us at our upcoming inaugural professorial event:

Professor Jean Ross - Collaborating with Communities: Communities Collaborating a Global-Local Impact  

Dr Jean Ross works at the intersection of clinical practice, research and education in the context of communities. Communities may be place-based but also include groups with common interests which are not limited geographically. In this lecture Jean will discuss the impact of her communities on her research and practice, and her own impact on a wide range of communities in New Zealand and internationally.

Forming connections between communities is a key focus, whether that is between rural nurses and rural GPs, between nursing educators in many countries, and between learners and rural communities, to enable mutually beneficial development. Jean will challenge current inequities in health, particularly as experienced in rural communities, and present creative solutions that empower communities.

Professor Jean Ross has been working at Otago Polytechnic since 2003. She is a Registered Nurse, holds a BN and a Master of Arts, and completed her Doctorate in 2017. From 1994 to 2003, Jean was co-director of the National Centre for Rural Health and instrumental in the development of interdisciplinary postgraduate nursing education. In 2008, she received the Rural General Practice Network Peter Snow Memorial Award in recognition of her national contribution to rural health care. Jean continues to make a significant contribution to rural health care and sustainable community development.

Date: Wednesday 20 July 2022
Time: 5.30pm, to be followed by celebratory drinks and a light supper
Venue: The Hub, Otago Polytechnic, Forth Street, Dunedin

RSVP: 
By Friday 15 July 2022 by email or online registration
If you are unable to attend but would like access to a video recording of the lecture afterwards, please let us know.

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