EC 3 -Building the Oncology Careforce in Malawi to Meet the Needs of Individuals Living with Cancer and their Guardians - 09/16/2022
This lecture provides an overview of the UNC School of Nursing partnering with UNC Project-Malawi to increase and retain oncology nurses, oncology nurse educators, and oncology nurse researchers. We will reflect on the mutual partnership and the practice, education, and research outcomes from this collaborative work. We will also examine, describe, and reflect the needs of individuals living with cancer and their guardians in Malawi.
- Examine practice, education, and research needs of individuals living with cancer and their guardians in Malawi
- Describe process of how practice, education, and research needs were addressed for individuals living with cancer and their guardians in Malawi.
- Reflect on lessons learned during the partnership.
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Ashley Leak Bryant, PhD, RN, OCN, FAAN
Associate Professor, School of Nursing
Agatha Bula, PhD, MPH, RNM
Director of Nursing at UNC Project Malawi
Chifundo Zimba, PhD, RNM
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Jennifer Hotchkiss, MSN, RN, OCN, CNL
Mitch Kimber, RN, MPH(c)
MPH Candidate, UNC School of Public Health
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