On June 1st, the UNWLA invites everyone interested in the medical humanitarian work for the presentation “Medical Relief For Displaced Ukrainians” by Lisa Prytula, RN.
A good friend of the UNWLA, Ms. Prytula has recently returned from Poland, where she volunteered with multinational medical teams to aid refugees from Ukraine.
Her presentation, held June 1st at 7pm EST, aims to:
Discuss purpose of medical relief work in Poland
Describe efforts to improve health and quality of life for vulnerable Ukrainian refugees
Summarize acute and chronic medical conditions suffered by Ukrainian refugees
Provide recommendations for ongoing medical support
You’ll get first-hand knowledge about medical relief work in Poland, and current efforts to aid vulnerable Ukrainian populations there.
About the speaker
Lisa Prytula is a registered nurse at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in Florida. With 30 years of healthcare experience, a Master’s degree in Transcultural Nursing, and expertise in continuous improvement processes, Lisa has oversight of the hospital’s regulatory affairs. Lisa is a first-generation Ukrainian-American and has conducted several medical mission trips in marginalized villages and orphanages throughout Ukraine.