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A Global Nurse Agenda for Climate Justice - Nursing Leadership at COP26 & Beyond - Shared screen with speaker view
Joanne Bosanquet
20:19
Hi everyone. Joanne here, CEO at the Foundation of Nursing Studies & long term colleague of Rose at the RCN. #BetterTogether
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
21:00
Welcome Joanne!
Joanne Bosanquet
21:14
#WeAreGlobalNurses 🤗
Lilia Johana Mejía Corredor
23:08
Good afternoon 🌤️
Rose Gallagher
23:39
Welcome everyone
Alicia Mezu
24:02
Good afternoon. Thank you. Alicia Mezu
sandy swaffar
24:44
Hey everybody!
Lily Cesario
24:44
Good afternoon. Thank you for presenting today ☀️
Maribel Pérez Marín
25:13
Good afternoon from the city of Puebla, México University of health the state of Puebla
ERIKA CABALLERO ICN
25:47
Good afternoon from Santiago de Chile
Katie Huffling
26:30
Welcome! It’s so exciting to have so many countries represented here today!
Alicia Mezu
27:32
Good afternoon from Baltimore, Maryland
sheila stone
28:38
"all kids are frontline communities" THIS
Milagros Elia
29:50
So glad to be here!! Milagros (Millie), #WeAreGlobalNurses #BetterTogether! :))
Carol Moriarty
31:24
Good after afternoon from Lowell, MA north of Boston.
Joanne Bosanquet
34:30
Join us in Twitter. @WeRGlobalNurses 🥳
Pamela DiNapoli
34:32
Good afternoon from rainy New Hampshire
ISABEL PIZARRO
34:34
Good afternoon, Isabel from Santiago de Chile
sandy swaffar
34:38
Morrilton, Arkansas🌲🌻🍄⛰️🏞️🦋
sheila stone
36:04
blue ridge mountains of Virginia
Hannah Noel-Bouchard
36:19
Charleston, South Carolina
L Woods
37:02
Hello to everyone from South Suburban Illinois
Lily Cesario
37:31
Bolívar, Ecuador ⛰
Kimberley Marcellini
38:04
Hello from San Francisco, California
Joanne Bosanquet
40:41
I’m also a member of Sigma Theta Tau too so please do reach out via The Circle if you’re members too 🙏
Katie Huffling
40:48
If you have any questions for the panelists please ask them here
Hacah Goggin
41:19
hello from Connecticut
Joanne Bosanquet
42:55
I’m particularly interested in how we thread climate action through our entire health curricula. We also need to adapt our professional codes of (ethical) conduct to include climate change/action.
Tatiana Gonzalez
43:13
Interesante la presentación
sheila stone
43:21
and it needs to be in continuing ed as well.
Pamela Guthman
43:47
How can we infuse more climate health and other related ecological information into our nursing curriculum at a more faster rate?
Helen Boyd
44:24
I agree, but too late for me to work on a piece for COP26.
Joanne Bosanquet
44:28
Everywhere! Nursery, primary & secondary school too. My 11 year old is so switched on. He’s a young advocate. Amazing 😻
Jill Aquino
45:03
Hello from NJ! So glad to see so many today!
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
45:14
@pamela new technologies are emerging for more rapid analysis of environmental conditions - interdisciplinary partnerships with other scientists are essential!
Fiona Hanley
45:21
@Pamela. Part of it is opportunism...finding moments when you can introduce this into pre-existing courses or projects....so not waiting for curriular changes.
Varsha Singh
45:45
While the curriculum is being finalized ,we can start holding focus groups within our own organizations and start talking to our students and bedside nurses as well as to our school nurses.
Jessica LeClair
46:11
@Pamela Guthman - aligning with the new AACN Essentials provides an opportunity - especially with the Population Health Domain - subcategory 3.6b which states that nurses must “understand the impact of climate change on environmental and population health.”
Trevor Peel UK
46:49
Good afternoon from the UK.
Varsha Singh
46:53
Teach children, how to plant and care for the pollinator plants and how it supports about 40-50 species of insects. We have opportunity to spread the word at every possible level with any group who will listen to nurses.
Trevor Peel UK
47:36
I look forward to seeing colleagues from ANHE at next week's COP 26 in Glasgow,
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
47:42
@ Joanne: we upgraded our #11 principle r/t the precautionary principle to state “Apply the precautionary principle in decision making related to introducing new technologies and employing old and untested technologies
Trevor Peel UK
47:52
Best wishes, Trvor
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
48:36
#11 Aplicar el principio de precaución en la toma de decisiones relacionadas con la introducción de nuevas tecnologías y el empleo de tecnologías antiguas y no probadas
Pamela Guthman
49:00
Yes; I'm implementing and inserting when/where I can, including the precautionary principle but worried it isn't fast enough! Agree with all suggestions.
Julie Huisken
49:34
The AACN Essentials for Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing Education has under Domain 3- Population Health a sub level 3.6 for nursing students to understands climate change! Climate Change is coming into the the American Nursing Curriculum.
Fiona Hanley
51:56
Happy to see the CNA work recognised here! Nurses in Canada have also been advocating for climate and environmental justice for years.
Rose Gallagher
52:27
thanks @Juliehuisken its great to hear. Lobbying for UK education standards is a key priority for us - can we link up to learn more from you?
Julie Huisken
52:58
Yes- glad to connect
sheila stone
53:58
this case study and the survey is so good.I really feel like combatting misinformation is also something nurses must take on. Politically motivated health misinformation has obvious effects on individual and population health.
Darlene Clark
54:32
We, at Penn State will be offering a 3 cr course called Climate Change and Storytelling. We are also infusing the 17 SDGs into our undergraduate curriculum with each core nursing course
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
56:14
@darlene Yes! we need more work on integrating ALL the SDG’s into out work/pedagogy for #Nurses4ClimateJustice!
Fiona Hanley
56:26
@Darlene, that sounds wonderful! Would love to hear more about that!
Varsha Singh
57:08
@DArlene,,Looking forward to 3 Cr course. Will it be open for anyone or as a part of BSN course?
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
57:14
BTW we have a great exemplar of a Mental Health Nurse caring for a little marsh in an industrial area on our ANHE Podcasts (just dropped) https://envirn.org/podcast/4-13-climate-justice-8-bradley-thompson-msn-rn-bc-pmhcns-bc-nursing-is-nothing-without-action/
Joanne Bosanquet
57:15
Really wonderful @Darlene. We need a call!
sandy swaffar
58:28
that was great encouragement and wisdom Ms Nawagi
Cara Cook
58:29
Please upload your submissions here: https://forms.gle/mGoFMaVrfNyquAgV6
Tia Wackerhagen
58:44
Hello Joanne Bosanquet! Also a member of Sigma. I’ll reach out! Regarding climate change: I would like to create curriculum to approach smaller charter schools in my area with to present to classes. Generally these schools do not have a school nurse. Any ideas are appreciated!
Alicia Mezu
58:47
This is great Ms. Nawagi
Ruth McDermott-Levy
58:52
Please join the ANHE Education forum to continue the discussion regarding climate change in nursing curricula.
Hannah Noel-Bouchard
58:54
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdtknPf_05jw6u-p1Rq1n5Tp8km7m8AxBmP8OMLcTjcJf2djg/viewform?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=d2e66640-edfe-4efe-b1c0-abddd5e2f2ea
Hannah Noel-Bouchard
59:27
Share a photo and why climate justice matters to you in nursing!In collaboration with nurses and nursing organizations globally, the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments is organizing an exhibit at COP26, the annual United Nations climate change conference. Climate justice has become a driving force for innovation in science and is at the forefront of the environmental justice movement. Through this exhibit, we aim to center the voices of disproportionately impacted communities for regenerating planetary and human health and showcase nursing collaboration to advance climate justice action globally.To provide a visual representation on how nurses are working around climate justice, we are asking nurses to submit photos, poems, writing pieces, artwork, etc. that can be uploaded digitally and pulled together in a slideshow for presentation at the exhibit. Upload your submission here. If you are having any issues with this form, please reach out to cara@envirn.org.
Hannah Noel-Bouchard
59:52
Upload your submission here.
Hannah Noel-Bouchard
01:00:00
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdtknPf_05jw6u-p1Rq1n5Tp8km7m8AxBmP8OMLcTjcJf2djg/viewform?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=d2e66640-edfe-4efe-b1c0-abddd5e2f2ea
Hannah Noel-Bouchard
01:00:38
We will send this link and other resources out after the webinar in a follow up email.
Milagros Elia
01:01:14
Wonderful! I’m working on a project development with an indigenous group in the U.S around climate change’s impact on health inequities. I’ll look for a pic to submit :)
Milagros Elia
01:02:18
Thanks Hannah!
Cara Cook
01:04:48
If you have any questions, please enter them in the chat.
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
01:05:19
Principle #12:Affirm the sacredness of Nature, ecological unity, and the interdependence of all species/ Afirmar el carácter sagrado de la Naturaleza, la unidad ecológica y la interdependencia de todas las especies
sheila stone
01:06:17
Is there a way to make this network more accessible somehow? I know ANHE has been developing a directory for a while, this work feels ever more important. We ARE a global work force. I can volunteer on this project...
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
01:06:51
Vigilance: Ideological, Economic, Ecological, Political, y Social!
Varsha Singh
01:07:07
Great idea. Sheila..we need all likeminded people to continue to network about new ideas and projects.
Alicia Mezu
01:08:03
Thank you for sharing during this forum. I enjoyed the conversation and learning from you all.
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
01:08:14
@Julie I mentioned at the beginning our go-live date for the principles will be November 12, then we’ll take comments from the world for 30 days!
Jill Aquino
01:08:39
Thank you all speakers! You are all amazing and true inspirations to us all!
sandy swaffar
01:09:06
You all have delivered great influential messages!
Tracy Kelly
01:09:22
ANHE's Climate Challenge makes it so easy to fold it into the curriculum.
Jessica LeClair
01:10:00
There are supportive Nurses Climate Challenge networks in US/Canada and Europe of nursing schools incorporating climate health into curricula: https://nursesclimatechallenge.org
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
01:10:44
#17: Adopt the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in working at the local, national and international levels/ Adoptar los 17 Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible de las Naciones Unidas en el trabajo a nivel local, nacional e internacional
Varsha Singh
01:11:09
Great idea Faith.My action items for them after my presentation for them was to plant a tree , gift a plant for birthdays or anniversaries and avoid using plastic items (Including daily use of forks and knives)
Hilda Swirsky
01:11:28
We did an excellent curriculum on Vector-borne diseases that has incorporated Indigenous teachings and knowledge
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
01:12:56
In writing the principles we opted not to spell out actions for nurses for education, research, advocacy, and practice and opted instead for upstream challenges in order to provide freedom for global adaption based on regional contexts:)
Robin Evans-Agnew (He, Him)
01:14:03
@Doriam yes we need to engage the new generation of nurses: they are Ready!!!
sheila stone
01:14:04
RIGHT ON Dorian.
Pamela DiNapoli
01:14:24
Agree Doriam I had that same conversation recently with a group of nurses!
Kathy Sokola
01:14:25
We teach a course on global health in our RN-BSN program that addresses environmental factors on global health
sheila stone
01:14:26
Doriam.
Cara Cook
01:14:29
Thank you to all of our incredible speakers and to you all for joining!
Tia Wackerhagen
01:14:47
Thank you for all of your knowledge, speakers!
Tatiana Gonzalez
01:14:48
congratulations for such an excellent event
Milagros Elia
01:14:55
Thank you so much everyone! Wonderful presentations!
Varsha Singh
01:15:01
True Doriam..It is difficult for patients to understand why suddenly we are focusing on climate.But ICN has a great article on 'Plate as our patient'
Darlene Clark
01:15:11
Thank you, excellent presentation!
Varsha Singh
01:15:26
I am looking forward to see this momentum expanding globally with many more nurses joining us.
sheila stone
01:15:28
ICN won't make a commitment to climate change as a nursing issue
sheila stone
01:15:45
YET
Fiona Hanley
01:15:52
Thank you everyone.
Varsha Singh
01:15:53
Ok Shiela,,
Joanne Bosanquet
01:15:54
Perhaps we should invite the ICN to a future event?’ A
Helen Boyd
01:16:04
Looking forward to the Launch on Nov. 12th. Thanks for an inspiring session!
Cara Cook
01:16:05
If you’ll be in the UK for COP join us Nov 12 and all please upload your submissions here for inclusion in the COP exhibit: https://forms.gle/mGoFMaVrfNyquAgV6
Ruth McDermott-Levy
01:16:06
Thank you all!!
sheila stone
01:16:06
I mean, it needs to happen
Athan. Tsakiridi
01:16:11
Thanks very nice
Tracy Kelly
01:16:17
The new president of ICN is my Dean !!
Varsha Singh
01:16:18
I was not aware about ICN position on Climate change.
Doriam Camacho
01:16:24
Thank you
Jessica LeClair
01:16:26
Thank you for a great webinar! :)