Hoosier Health Series
You’re invited: Insider access to trusted IU Health experts
IU Health Foundation insiders are invited to take part in the Hoosier Health Series, free webinars presented via Bluejeans and offering insights and information from top IU Health clinicians and professionals.
In each session, an IU Health expert shares their in-depth knowledge on a medical or philanthropic topic of interest to our supporters. The sessions end with an open discussion including participants’ questions and experts’ answers.
On our next Hoosier Health Series:
From tragedy to triumph — how the Center of Hope helps empower sexual assault survivors.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. To learn how you can make a difference in the lives of survivors, join three forensic nurses for a conversation about the Center of Hope and how it cares for victims of sexual assault, family violence and other forms of trauma. Barb Bachmeier, nurse practitioner and advanced practice forensic nurse examiner, Natalie Calow, forensic nurse, and Megan Shupe, Center of Hope coordinator and forensic nurse, will lead a panel discussion, while they debunk myths of a forensic exam and discuss why the program needs to be expanded across the state.
Our IU Health experts will also be joined by a special guest: Michelle Corrao, author of “Found,” friend and supporter of the Center of Hope, who will be sharing her sexual assault survivor story.
Hosted by Julie Paolillo, CFRE, IU Health Foundation regional philanthropy director, West Central Region.
Please note: this webinar will include readings, media and discussion around difficult topics such as sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking and physical violence.
When: Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at Noon