RCN2020 event: How does economic inequality contribute to the global public health crisis?
09 Sep 2020 20:00 - 21:00
Hosted by RCN Devon Branch.
Economic inequality produces wide disparities in health risk, access to health care and clinical outcomes.
This event will provide delegates with:
- an overview of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on health and communities
- an understanding of how the coronavirus pandemic has highlighted inequalities and how health care professions can respond.
Aimed at all RCN members, it will particularly attract those members with an interest in global nursing, providing a key understanding on the determinants of health care delivery in a global setting.
Find out what other debates and events we are hosting as part of RCN2020.
Preparation:Read through the information about the event before joining the online meeting attending
Please do not share the link to your meeting with anyone else (or on any public/ unrestricted site or social platform). Instead, please advise colleagues to book a place – we have plenty of spaces available.
Allow yourself a few minutes before the start of the meeting to locate the meeting invitation and open any documentation ready to join.
Make sure you are set up properlyReduce or close unused applications and set other call systems to 'do not disturb'.
Mute any other devices or apps to prevent interruptions.
If you require subtitles, you can click the ‘cc’ button in the bottom right of the screen to display these during the debate.
Joining the fringe event:Join the event a minute or so early so that the event can start on time.
Join the event with your microphone muted.
If you wish to view subtitles, you can click the ‘cc’ button in the bottom right of the screen to display these.
Asking a question:When you wish to ask a question please do so via the chat box facility
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