McGinley-Rice Symposium on Justice for Vulnerable Populations

The 14th annual McGinley-Rice Symposium on Justice for Vulnerable Populations will explore "The Face of the Person Who is Incarcerated," October 26-27, 2023, at Duquesne University's Power Center in Pittsburgh, PA.

Symposium Fees

The 2023 McGinley-Rice Symposium is a two-day event which includes meals as part of the fees: Thursday (breakfast, lunch and a reception) and Friday (breakfast and lunch). The Symposium is free to current students, faculty, staff and those with religious affiliation. For those outside of these designations, the following fees apply:

  • General Admission (both days):  $200
  • General Admission (Thurs only):  $150
  • General Admission (Fri only):  $75

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Contact Hours

Contact hours will be available for nursing, social work and psychology, if attending both Thursday and Friday. We will post the number of hours once they are approved. You must attend the entirety of each/both days and complete the required evaluation by the deadline to receive contact hours.

Duquesne University, School of Nursing is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

Questions

For questions, assistance and further information, please contact us

Sr. Rosemary Donley, PhD, APRN, FAAN

Jacques Laval Endowed Chair in Justice for Vulnerable Populations

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Rachel Means

Coordinator for Research Administration and Conference Planning

About the Symposium

The McGinley-Rice Symposium on Justice for Vulnerable Populations is a unique scholarly forum for nurses and other health care professionals to address issues of social justice in health care. Organized annually by the holder of the Jacques Laval Endowed Chair in Justice for Vulnerable Populations at the Duquesne University School of Nursing, the McGinley-Rice Symposium is an expression of the mission of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit, the Catholic missionary order that founded Duquesne and assists needy and marginalized persons throughout the world. Each year, the Symposium looks into the face of a specific vulnerable population and views the world through their eyes, including:

  • The Face of the Person Who is Socially Isolated
  • The Face of the Person Who is Poor
  • The Face of the Person Who is Hungry
  • The Face of the Person Who is Homeless
  • The Face of the Person Who has been Trafficked
  • The Face of the Person with an Addiction
  • The Face of the Person with a Disability
  • The Face of the Person Who Has Experienced Violence
  • The Face of Mental Illness
  • The Face of the Child
  • The Face of the Veteran
  • The Face of the Immigrant
  • The Face of the Elderly

If you would like to learn more about a past symposium, please contact Sr.%20Rosemary%20Donley.