The next Catalysts for Care event takes place at noon on May 14 on the topic A novel care model: Maternity care experiences of pregnant individuals who use substances with Kira Friesen, RN, BA, BN, MScN, CNS, Women’s Health Program, HSC; Dr. Fabiana Postolow, MD, assistant professor, department of pediatrics, Max Rady College of Medicine, attending neonatologist, HSC/SBH; Dr. Heather Watson, MD, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada.

Organizers of this series say the goal of this free monthly virtual speaker series is to create a space for clinicians, researchers, scholars, and students to share knowledge, expertise, insights, and questions to spark ideas and connection to strengthen nursing research and practice.

The Catalysts for Care: 2024 Nursing Grand Rounds Speaker Series is presented by the Clinical Chair Program. The program, supported by the College of Nursing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, Health Sciences Centre and the Health Sciences Centre Foundation, aims to foster clinically relevant research partnerships, networks and synergies fueling nursing research and clinical innovation, enhancing knowledge translation, and supporting improved patient outcomes.

More information is available on the U of M’s events calendar, including the link to the live presentation.