Holy Family University School of Nursing & Health Sciences to Present Inaugural Symposium Event on April 6

The Holy Family University School of Nursing & Health Sciences will present an Inaugural Symposium Event - Be Informed3 : A Wise Way to Excel in Your Healthcare Journey on Saturday, April 6, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Holy Family’s Education and Technology Center Auditorium.

The Be Informed3 Program is designed to highlight key concepts and philosophies, providing healthcare professionals a more resilient and fulfilling career. Being patient informed1, trauma informed2, and self-informed3 are three wise caring practices. During this presentation, these experts will give a high-level overview and share stories of how to excel in mind, body, and soul on your healthcare journey. Everyone Wins In Service Excellence!

The free event is presented for those interested in the healthcare field, and registration is required.  Please note that Nursing Continuing Education Credits will be awarded for eligible participants.

Holy Family University graduate Tricia Nichols ’98 BSN, ’10 MSN, RN, NEA-BC, CPXP, patient experience director at Jefferson Health-North, will serve as the keynote speaker.  

Other participants will include:  
•    Behavioral Health Specialist Diane Yaple MS, LPC   
•    Program Manager for Nurse Wellness Kristen Gilmore MSN, RN, CEN. TCRN, NE=BC  
•    HFU Vice Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences Dr. Michelle Murphy-Rozanski, Ph.D., MSN, RN, CRNP-FNP  
•    Executive Director of Grace Project Megan Cohen  
•    Patient Guest - Andrea



Jan Giel