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ABOUT THE PROGRAM
How can we process traumatic events like the COVID-19 pandemic? What will be the lasting impact and how do we identify it? Join this lecture with Professor Tamar Rodney to explore how the ongoing presence of the COVID-19 pandemic could manifest as post-traumatic stress and explore difficulties with identifying the unseen scars that may be left.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Tamar Rodney, PhD, MSN, RN is an Assistant Professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She is a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner who has worked in trauma and psychiatry in multiple countries including Jamaica, the UK and the USA. She is the track coordinator for the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate program and maintains a clinical practice in Baltimore City. Her previous research includes identifying biomarkers for PTSD in veterans with a traumatic brain injury. Her goal is to change the approach of diagnosis and treatment planning for individuals with mental health needs.
For more information about Professor Rodney's background, visit her LinkedIn page. You can also follow her on Twitter.
Event DateTuesday, April 6, 2021Start Time: 12:00pmEnd Time: 1:00pm
Via LivestreamBaltimore, MD 21218
ContactHopkins at Homehopkinsathome@jhu.edu
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