Carrie Plummer with the Vanderbilt School of Nursing will be speaking on our lecture series theme of “Closing the Gap: Social Equity in Public Administration” as it relates to healthcare and the accumulation of pharmaceuticals in the home on Thursday, January 19th. Light refreshments will be provided by your TN-ASPA Executive Council.
- Who: Carrie Plummer, Vanderbilt School of Nursing
- Topic: Identifying and Addressing Social Inequity: Educating Future Healthcare Providers
- When: Thursday, January 19th, 12 noon – 1 pm
- Where: Tennessee Tower 3rd Floor, Conference Room A 312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue, Nashville, TN 37243
Come join us for the next lecture in our series “Closing the Gap: Social Equity in Public Administration.” Carrie Plummer is a professor with the Vanderbilt School of Nursing. She will discuss what health providers and those in non-health related sectors can do to tackle the problem of accumulation of medications in the community and how to address the issues that arise from this problem.
TN-ASPA will provide light refreshments. You are also welcome to bring your own lunch or get lunch from the Tennessee Tower cafeteria.
Event is FREE and open to the public.
Please bring a valid photo ID or State ID to enter the building.