UNIVERSAL FAMILY CONNECTION, in collaboration with Black Women Supporting Empowering Lifestyle Factors (BW-SELF), a program of CDPH, welcomes you to join a 12-month series. OUR POWER, OUR VOICE, OUR CONTROL! Supports Black women with health & wellness discussion featuring Black female medical doctors, and other Black clinical providers via monthly Zoom Webinar on shared lessons with the latest COVID-19 Information to help us survive the pandemic, while addressing systemic factors that continues the HIV epidemic and other health disparities in the Black Communities. Topics include HIV, PrEP awareness, Hepatitis, mental health resources, and creating a self-care toolkit for Black women.
Session Title: Vaccinations and HIV
Date/Time: APRIL 15TH - 3:00PM CT
About the Speakers
Terri Chairse Graduated from South Suburban College, in 1999 and Received her Associate degree in Nursing. Upon passing, nursing boards began working at the University of Chicago Hospital. Ms. Chairse earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Phoenix. Ms. Chairse has diversified work experience in a variety of medical environments including management, mobile healthcare van outreach programs, outpatient specialty clinic, education curriculum, post-anesthesia, and post-operative and recovery.
Kevin Barrett MS, ANP-BC graduated from Aurora University in 1999 and received his Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Upon passing his boards began working at Weiss memorial hospital in the orthopedics unit. He was offered an opportunity to work with leaders in the fields of infectious diseases and primary care. He worked at Cook County Hospital in Chicago until 2009. NP Barrett worked at The Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center until he graduated from North Park University in 2008 with his Masters in Science as an adult nurse practitioner. NP Barrett is currently pursuing his doctoral studies as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner.