Free Jan 05 Nursing Advocacy workshop in Philadelphia

  1. Found this posting in Advance for Nurses, Jan 10th edition:

    Free Workshop sponsored by PASNAP: PA Assoc. of Staff nurses and Allied Professionals.
    Location/Date: Tuesday, Jan 25th, 2005 at Hilton Philadelphia Hotel, 4200 City Avenue
    Register: 610 567 2907

    Topics:
    How Nurses Can Communicate for Themselves, For Their Patients
    Speaker Suzzane Gordon
    and Winning the Changes We Deserve through Unified Patient Advocacy
    Speakers: Terri Evans RN and Bill Cruice Esq. PASNAP

    I went to PASNAP's last presentation by Suzzane Gordon it was fabulous! Then heard Bernice Burrell, coauthor of "From Silence to Voice: What Nurses Know and Must Communicate to the Public" speak at PSNA Convention.
    Suzzane was better at communicating and getting nurses to speak in lay "Patient Language" communicating what and why we perform nursing tasks "to keep you safe". This is a not to miss opporutnity!
    Last edit by NRSKarenRN on Jan 13, '05
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  3. by   trita
    Quote from NRSKarenRN
    Found this posting in Advance for Nurses, Jan 10th edition:

    Free Workshop sponsored by PASNAP: PA Assoc. of Staff nurses and Allied Professionals.
    Location/Date: Tuesday, Jan 25th, 2005 at Hilton Philadelphia Hotel, 4200 City Avenue
    Register: 610 567 2907

    Topics:
    How Nurses Can Communicate for Themselves, For Their Patients
    Speaker Suzzane Gordon
    and Winning the Changes We Deserve through Unified Patient Advocacy
    Speakers: Terri Evans RN and Bill Cruice Esq. PASNAP

    I went to PASNAP's last presentation by Suzzane Gordon it was fabulous! Then heard Bernice Burrell, coauthor of "From Silence to Voice: What Nurses Know and Must Communicate to the Public" speak at PSNA Convention.
    Suzzane was better at communicating and getting nurses to speak in lay "Patient Language" communicating what and why we perform nursing tasks "to keep you safe". This is a not to miss opporutnity!
    Yes! That is what I was referring to. I will be there!
  4. by   Havin' A Party!
    Shucks! I would've gone to this had I seen it sooner.

    Dang!

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