World AIDS Day/Day without Art Signature Program
The Duty to Care: Nursing in the Early Years of the AIDS Epidemic
Film Screening and Discussion of 5B
Thursday, December 5 | 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm | College Avenue Student Center, Multipurpose Room
Join Rutgers Global and its university partners at a screening of the documentary, 5B, to commemorate this year's World AIDS Day and Day without Art. 5B is the inspirational story of everyday heroes who took extraordinary action to comfort, protect, and care for the patients of the first HIV/AIDS ward unit in the United States at San Francisco General Hospital. 5B is stirringly told through first-person testimony of the nurses and caregivers who built Ward 5B in 1983, their patients, loved ones, and staff who volunteered to create care practices based in humanity and holistic well-being during a time of great uncertainty. The result is an uplifting yet candid and bittersweet monument to a pivotal moment in American history and a celebration of quiet heroes’ worthy of renewed recognition.
Cliff Morrison (San Francisco General Hospital)
Peter Oates (Director, Health Care Services, FXB, Rutgers School of Nursing)
Suzanne Willard (Associate Dean for Global Health, Rutgers School of Nursing)
A note about Interprofessional Continuing Education (IPCE) Credit:
The program’s organizers and speakers have no conflicts of interest to disclose regarding this educational activity. There is no commercial support or sponsorship for this activity. In support of improving patient care, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team. This program will provide 2 continuing education credits.
Sponsors: Rutgers Global, School of Nursing, Rutgers Global Health Institute, School of Public Health, GlobeMed at Rutgers, Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities, Zimmerli Art Museum
A note about event parking: Non-Rutgers attendees of “The Duty to Care: Nursing in the Early Years of the Epidemic,” a film screening and discussion of the documentary 5B, may park in Lots 26, 30 & College Avenue Deck without permits. Please register your vehicles at: bit.ly/5BRutgersScreeningParking. Special event parking and special event permits are only for visitors to the University which does not include free metered parking. Rutgers faculty, staff, and students must park only in lots they are authorized to park in.