Ellen Tilden, PhD, is featured speaker for nursing lectureship

Ellen Tilden, PhD, of Oregon Health and Science University

Ellen Tilden, PhD, a clinical scientist in the area of nurse midwifery, will be the guest speaker for the 11th annual Anna Marie Jensen Cramer Memorial Lectureship in Women’s and Children’s Health and Family Nursing. 

Dr. Tilden, from Oregon Health and Science University, serves as both an associate professor in the school of nursing and associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology in the school of medicine.

She will speak April 30 on the subject of “Preventing Perinatal Depression: Public Health Impact and Emerging Interdisciplinary Solutions.”

The Anna Marie Jensen Cramer Lectureship was established by Berniece Cramer to commemorate the life of her mother, who believed art and science formed the foundation of professional nursing. Berniece Cramer, a graduate of the Mary Lanning School of Nursing in Hastings, was awarded the 1989 U.S. Public Health Service Nurse of the Year for her lifelong contributions toward improving the health status of mothers and children. 

The lecture is presented by the UNMC College of Nursing.

The in-person lecture will be held at the University of Nebraska at Omaha Thompson Alumni Center, 6705 Dodge Street in Omaha. Satellite locations will be available at the UNMC College of Nursing locations in Lincoln, Norfolk, Kearney and Scottsbluff. More information on those locations and online access to the lecture is available on this flyer.

Continuing education credit is available.

RSVP by April 18 to LaDonna Tworek by email.

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