IGMA 2021 Virtual Conference

IGMA 2021 Virtual conference will take place December 3 through the 5th. IGMA's esteemed keynote speaker, Dr. Kellie Bryant is scheduled to speak on racial inequity in health care. Please check back for additional information as this year's conference takes shape. It is an event you will not want to miss!!!!!!


New this year:

Networking opportunities; presentations from colleagues in the field of GTA MUTA to address topics from language to Standards of Best Practices; and this year, we welcome GTAs and MUTAs to the roster to speak about their work as instructors.
KEYNOTE: Educational Strategies to Understand Implicit Bias and Promote Health Equity - Dr. Kellie Bryant, DNP, WHNP, CHSE Columbia University School of Nursing - Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs and Simulation

GTAs and the Negotiation of Universal Standards and Individual Diversity: A Sociology Study - Bex MacFife, MA, MS, PhD University of Oregon - Sociology Doctoral Student Project Prepare - GTA

Update on IGMA's Standards of Best Practices Survey - Richard Claflin, AB IGMA - Board of Directors, Chair: Standards of Best Practice Committee and Lee Ann Miller, EdD, CHSE-A (she/her; Ms.) STEPS WVU - Asst. Director of Education

GTA practice is not just for Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, learn how GTA skills can help train a crisis advocate. - Liana Hill, MSC, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P Crisis Services of North Alabama (CSNA) - FNE Program Director and Gail Swafford, LICSW, JSOCC Crisis Services of North Alabama - FTA Coordinator

Implementing a Forensic Teaching Associate (FTA) Program - Challenges, Successes, & Lessons Learned - Erin Pollitt, MHA, BSN, RN, SANE-A and Sarah Bristol, MSN, MPH, RN, SANE-A District of Columbia Forensic Nurse Examiners (DCFNE) - Director of Clinical Programs

GTA: Sharing Collective Wisdom From the Trenches - Kristie McVicker, BA West Virginia University - Lead GTA, GTA Trainer and Lisa Staubley (she/her + TITLE/HONORIFIC) West Virginia University - GTA

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