February 9 @ 11:30 am 1:30 pm

Many industries are struggling with finding qualified workers as the state unemployment rate hovers just above 3 percent. But the health care worker shortage, post pandemic, is especially acute and has the industry searching for short- and long-term answers.

Join WisPolitics.com, WisBusiness.com and UW-Milwaukee for a Feb. 9 lunchtime event in Milwaukee exploring the issue and potential solutions.

Moderator

Kim Litwack
Dean and Professor
UWM College of Nursing

Panelists

Leonard Egede, MD, MS
Professor of Medicine
Medical College of WI

Rosemary O’Malley, MSN, MBA, RN, NE-BC
CNO/ VP Nursing-ASLMC
St. Luke’s Medical Center

Nicole Pretre, CPG
Gerontologist
President and CEO, Cedar Community

Sen. Patrick Testin
Joint Committee on Finance, Senate Committee on Health (Chair 2019-22)
Wisconsin State Legislature

Location
UW-Milwaukee School of Public Health,
1240 N. 10th St.,
Milwaukee.

Parking
There are many paid parking options in the vicinity (use SpotHero to reserve in advance). We recommend the Brewery Garage , just steps away from the Zilber School of Public Health.

Tickets

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Health Care Worker Shortage Luncheon – General Admission
$15.00
47 available
Health Care Worker Shortage Luncheon – UWM Staff & Faculty
$5.00
59 available


$5.00 – $15.00
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