Call for Proposals: 2024 Native Nations Nursing, Helpers, and Healers Summit

Join us for the 2024 Native Nations Nursing, Helpers, and Healers Summit, where we invite speakers and poster presenters to share their expertise in culturally congruent healthcare for Native American communities. This year’s summit, Friday, November 1st at Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI, will focus on Reclaiming Traditional Knowledge and Practices to Promote Healing and Wellness in Indigenous Communities. We seek proposals addressing evidence-based approaches, interprofessional communication/ collaboration, health promotion/ disease prevention, and community-engaged scholarship.

Don’t miss this opportunity to contribute to the dialogue and advance healthcare for Indigenous populations. Submit your speaker and/or poster proposal today! Students (undergraduate and graduate) in any healer profession program are encouraged to apply!!

Themes and Topics of Interest

  • Promoting health and wellbeing across the next seven generations
  • Examples of indigenous lead research
  • Academic & community partnerships
  • Traditional healing
  • Culturally specific healthcare
  • Environmental/global projects
  • Anything related to health promotion/disease prevention

Selection Process

If you are interested in presenting at this Summit, please submit your proposal by June 17, 2024. All submissions will be reviewed by the Summit planning committee.

How To Submit Your Proposal

Submit your proposal by completing the online application found here. For questions regarding your submission, please contact Jeneile Luebke, PhD, RN at jmluebke@wisc.edu.

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1. Contact information: (If co-presenting, each presenter needs to complete this form)

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Not to exceed 200 words.
List 3 measurable objectives from the learner’s perspective. For help writing objectives, please visit: https://www.aamc.org/system/files?file=2019-07/learning-objectives.pdf
(e.g., nurses, advanced practice nurses, physicians, psychologists, social workers, or other)
Morning or afternoon
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4 – 5 sentences.