Connecting, Collaborating, Catalyzing: Sigma 2019 and Beyond - Online Course
Explore innovative and collaborative research and evidence-based practice strategies that connect colleagues to improve global health outcomes.
This opening plenary will focus on the progress of Sigma during the Biennium and implications for the future of the organization using the framework of the 2017-2019 Call to Action: Connect, Collaborate, Catalyze.
- Explore innovative and collaborative research and evidence-based practice strategies that connect colleagues to improve global health outcomes
About the Author
Beth Baldwin Tigges is the 2017-2019 president of Sigma. Dr. Tigges is an associate professor and Regents’ professor at the University of New Mexico College of Nursing where she teaches quantitative in the PhD program. Over the past 25 years, she has served in numerous Sigma international and chapter positions. As Sigma Vice President, she provided strategic leadership of Sigma and led development of performance indicators for our strategic plan.