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Nursing Science & Complexity Conversations
Complexity and the Social Determinants of Health

Plexus Institute’s Nursing Science & Complexity Conversations are a yearlong series of live conversations and post event podcasts that highlight the “year of the nurse and midwife” and the practitioners, thinkers and leaders who are changing the field.

Dr. Karen Monsen is Professor of Nursing at the University of Minnesota where she directs the Center for Nursing Informatics. In this conversation, she brings her expertise in public health nursing and the social determinants of health as viewed through the lenses of complexity, theory, and research in intervention effectiveness. She is a pioneer in data-driven theory and understanding whole-person health including resilience.

Event Details

When: Thursday March 26, 2020

Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm ET, 10:00 – 11:00 am PT

Where: Virtual on Zoom : https://zoom.us/j/682805713

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Mike Taylor RN, MHA, CDE is an independent theorist specializing in the application of complexity science to health and compassion. His Unified Theory of Meaning Emergence takes a major stride in connecting the mathematics of complexity with self-transcendence and compassion. He has spoken at international, national and regional conferences on complexity in health, business and nursing. Contact Mike Taylor miketaylorrn@gmail.com for more information.

Nursing Science & Complexity Podcast

Episode 1 -Past, Present & Future of Nursing Science & Complexity
A Catalyzing Conversation with Daniel J. Pesut, PhD, RN, FAAN and Mike Taylor

Episode 2: Everything Nursology
A Catalyzing Conversation with Peggy Chinn RN, PhD, DSc(Hon), FAAN and Mike Taylor

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