Journal of Gerontological Nursing

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September 18-19, 1986

Research for Clinical Nursing: Strategies and Findings

Cosponsored by The University of Arizona College of Nursing and Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Mu Chapter. To be held at The University of Arizona, College of Nursing, in Tucson, Arizona.

CEUs: Applied for.

Fees: $50; $25 Thursday only; $25 Friday only.

Contact: Mary Jane Welty, CoCoordinator, The University of Arizona, College of Nursing, BLDG 203, Tucson, AZ 85721; or call (602) 626-6233.

September 18-21, 1986

Changing Players, Rules, and Boundaries in the Health-Care Arena

The Third Annual Nursing Economics Conference.

CEUs: 1.5 under the California State Board of Nursing provider number 05387. American Nurses' Association approval of 1.5 CEUs applied for.

Contact: Barbara Hollinger, conference coordinator; or Dr Karen Mitchell, conference chair, Nursing Economics, North Woodbury Road, Box 56, Pitman, NJ 08071; or call (609) 589-2319.

September 19-20, 1986

Nursing, Research, and the Frail Elderly

Sponsored by the University of Florida College of Nursing and Jacksonville Health Education Programs.

To be held at the Hilton Florida Center Hotel on International Drive in Orlando, Florida.

Topics include researchers presenting their latest work related to the frail elderly.

Contact: Dr Melody J. Marshall, University of Rorida College of Nursing, J. Hillis Miller Health Center, Box J-187, Gainesville, FL 32610.

September 26-27, 1986

Healthy Women for the Health of the World

Eighth Annual Women's Health Care Nurse Practitioner Conference. Sponsored by the University of Colorado School of Nursing. To be held in Denver.

Contact: Terri Eldridge, MS, RN, University of Colorado School of Nursing, 4200 East 9th Avenue, Box C288, Denver, CO 80262; or call (303) 394-8691.

September 26-28, 1986

Fourteenth Annual Fitness After Fifty Workshop Conference

An interdisciplinary conference on scientific and practical approaches to exercise, creative and interpretive dance, dance therapy, falling, and osteoporosis.

Topics: Physical and mental health, nutrition, exercise, motivation, and performance for well and frail older persons.

Method: Lectures, participatory workshops, small group discussion, films, and books.

Registration: Daily, 3-day fee. Advanced registration required. Number of participants will be limited.

Contact: Sara Harris, executive director, Center for the Study of Aging, 706 Madison Avenue, NY 12208; or call (518) 465-6927.

September 29-30, 1986

Technology and Aging Conference

Focus: Research, industry, and practical application.

Presented in cooperation with the Massachusetts Biotechnology Research Park and the Worcester Polytechnic Institute

To be held at University Center on Aging, University of Massachusetts Medical Center, 55 Lake Avenue North, Worcester, Massachusetts 01605.

Contact: Gari Lesnoff-Caravaglia, PhD, executive director, University Center on Aging; or call (617) 856-3662.

September 30-October 3, 1986

Care to the Care Givers

Fifth annual conference and convention of Gerontological Nurse Practitioners.

Sponsored by the National Conference of Gerontological Nurse Practitioners, Inc.

To be held in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Contact: Carol Gustafson, RN, GNP, 5201 Roma NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108; or call (505) 262-2311.

October 10, 1986

Call for Abstracts

Home Health Care administrators, practitioners, researchers, and educators are invited to submit abstracts of clinical, administrative, or research papers for presentation at the Third National Nursing Symposium on Health Care. This symposium, sponsored by The University of Michigan School of Nursing Community Health Nursing Area, will be held June 11-12, 1987 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. For more information, write Linda Lee Daniel, MN, RN, Associate Professor of Nursing, The University of Michigan, 400 N Ingalls, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0482; or call 313-763-3210.

October 16-18

The National Symposium on Computer Applications for Nursing

Cosponsored by the University of Ottawa, School of Nursing and the Ottawa Civic Hospital, Division of Nursing.

To be held at the Ottawa Congress Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Includes presentations addressing applications in practice, education, administration and…

September 18-19, 1986

Research for Clinical Nursing: Strategies and Findings

Cosponsored by The University of Arizona College of Nursing and Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Mu Chapter. To be held at The University of Arizona, College of Nursing, in Tucson, Arizona.

CEUs: Applied for.

Fees: $50; $25 Thursday only; $25 Friday only.

Contact: Mary Jane Welty, CoCoordinator, The University of Arizona, College of Nursing, BLDG 203, Tucson, AZ 85721; or call (602) 626-6233.

September 18-21, 1986

Changing Players, Rules, and Boundaries in the Health-Care Arena

The Third Annual Nursing Economics Conference.

CEUs: 1.5 under the California State Board of Nursing provider number 05387. American Nurses' Association approval of 1.5 CEUs applied for.

Contact: Barbara Hollinger, conference coordinator; or Dr Karen Mitchell, conference chair, Nursing Economics, North Woodbury Road, Box 56, Pitman, NJ 08071; or call (609) 589-2319.

September 19-20, 1986

Nursing, Research, and the Frail Elderly

Sponsored by the University of Florida College of Nursing and Jacksonville Health Education Programs.

To be held at the Hilton Florida Center Hotel on International Drive in Orlando, Florida.

Topics include researchers presenting their latest work related to the frail elderly.

Contact: Dr Melody J. Marshall, University of Rorida College of Nursing, J. Hillis Miller Health Center, Box J-187, Gainesville, FL 32610.

September 26-27, 1986

Healthy Women for the Health of the World

Eighth Annual Women's Health Care Nurse Practitioner Conference. Sponsored by the University of Colorado School of Nursing. To be held in Denver.

Contact: Terri Eldridge, MS, RN, University of Colorado School of Nursing, 4200 East 9th Avenue, Box C288, Denver, CO 80262; or call (303) 394-8691.

September 26-28, 1986

Fourteenth Annual Fitness After Fifty Workshop Conference

An interdisciplinary conference on scientific and practical approaches to exercise, creative and interpretive dance, dance therapy, falling, and osteoporosis.

Topics: Physical and mental health, nutrition, exercise, motivation, and performance for well and frail older persons.

Method: Lectures, participatory workshops, small group discussion, films, and books.

Registration: Daily, 3-day fee. Advanced registration required. Number of participants will be limited.

Contact: Sara Harris, executive director, Center for the Study of Aging, 706 Madison Avenue, NY 12208; or call (518) 465-6927.

September 29-30, 1986

Technology and Aging Conference

Focus: Research, industry, and practical application.

Presented in cooperation with the Massachusetts Biotechnology Research Park and the Worcester Polytechnic Institute

To be held at University Center on Aging, University of Massachusetts Medical Center, 55 Lake Avenue North, Worcester, Massachusetts 01605.

Contact: Gari Lesnoff-Caravaglia, PhD, executive director, University Center on Aging; or call (617) 856-3662.

September 30-October 3, 1986

Care to the Care Givers

Fifth annual conference and convention of Gerontological Nurse Practitioners.

Sponsored by the National Conference of Gerontological Nurse Practitioners, Inc.

To be held in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Contact: Carol Gustafson, RN, GNP, 5201 Roma NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108; or call (505) 262-2311.

October 10, 1986

Call for Abstracts

Home Health Care administrators, practitioners, researchers, and educators are invited to submit abstracts of clinical, administrative, or research papers for presentation at the Third National Nursing Symposium on Health Care. This symposium, sponsored by The University of Michigan School of Nursing Community Health Nursing Area, will be held June 11-12, 1987 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. For more information, write Linda Lee Daniel, MN, RN, Associate Professor of Nursing, The University of Michigan, 400 N Ingalls, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0482; or call 313-763-3210.

October 16-18

The National Symposium on Computer Applications for Nursing

Cosponsored by the University of Ottawa, School of Nursing and the Ottawa Civic Hospital, Division of Nursing.

To be held at the Ottawa Congress Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Includes presentations addressing applications in practice, education, administration and research, demonstrations and computer exhibits.

Contact Marilyn Light, coordinator, Service for Continuing Education, University of Ottawa, 5 Osgoode St, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, KlN 6N5; or call (613) 564-3952.

October 16-18, 1986

Nurse Consultants Association, Ine Semiannual Meeting

Meeting will include a business meeting and an educational program. Members of the Association and interested nurse consultants are invited.

To be held at Chateau LeMoyne, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Contact: Phyllis Wells, communication liaison, P.O. Box 25875, Colorado Springs, CO 80936; or call (303) 495-4505.

October 21-22

Medicine and Religion: Ethics of Sexuality and Reproduction

Sponsored by University of Kansas Medical Center.

To be held at Battenfeld Auditorium, University of Kansas Medical Center, 39th and Rainbow Blvd, Kansas City, Kansas 66103.

CEUs: AMA Cat 1, AAFP, SW, CNE.

Contact: Carole Rosen, University of Kansas Medical Center, Office of Continuing Education, 39th and Rainbow Blvd, Kansas City, KS 66103; or call (913) 588-4480.

October 23-24, 1986

Decision Making in Long-Term Care

A symposium on Decision Making in Long-Term Care will be held in Cleveland, Ohio, sponsored by Case Western Reserve University Center on Aging and Health. The program features 14 nationally known specialists who will discuss ethical concerns, psychosocial perspectives, legal parameters, and costs of longterm care. Continuing education credits are available. General registration is $125 and $60 for students. For further information, write May L. Wykle, Acting Director, Center on Aging and Health, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH 44106; or call 216-368-2692.

October 24-25, 1986

Emergency Respiratory Care

Sponsored by the University of Kansas Medical Center.

To be held at Doubletree Hotel, Overland Park, Kansas.

CEUs: AMA Cat 1, CME, AART, CRNA, CNE, MICT, PT.

Contact: Carole Rosen, University of Kansas Medical Center, Office of Continuing Education, 39th and Rainbow Blvd, Kansas City, KS 66103; or call (913) 588-4480.

October 26-27, 1986

Legacy from the Past - Agenda for the Future

A symposium focusing on creative ways that nurses are addressing the current healthcare environment. Sponsored by the Division of Nursing at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. Fees: $25 includes programs, coffee breaks, and luncheon on October 27th.

Contact: Dr Constance M. Carino, associate professor/clinical director, Psychiatric Nursing, Gates 11-HUP, 3400 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104.

October 26-30, 1986

MEDINFO 86

Fifth World Congress on Medical Informatics

To be held at the Washington, DC Sheraton Washington Hotel. Presenters will include health information scientists, medical computing specialists, public health and hospital administrators, physicians, nurses, other allied health personnel, and consultants in the various health fields. For an invitation to register, contact: MEDINFO 86, Secretariat, Office of CME, George Washington University, 2300 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20037.

November 2-6, 1986

Independence and Interdependence

The 15th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting of the Canadian Association on Gerontology will be held in the Quebec Hilton in Quebec City. The opening address will be given by Senator Paul David, CC, MD, the founding director of the Cardiological Institute of Montreal, on ''Reflections and the Experience of Independence and Interdependence Throughout the Lifespan." Sessions will focus on: The healthcare system: Does it create dependency; Self-help groups and psychological well-being; Reform proposals for pension policy; Research on Gerontology in Quebec; Physical activity and aging; System interaction: A biologist's perspective; and Independence and Interdependence: Imaging making in social policy. Preregistration brochures are available from the CAG/ ACG Head Office, 1080-167 Lombard Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 0V3; or by calling 204-944-9158.

November 19-23, 1986

Markers of Successful Aging

The Gerontological Society of America will hold its 39th Annual Scientific Meeting in Chicago at the Chicago Marriott Downtown. The multidisciplinary program is organized around the society's four sections: Biological Sciences; Clinical Medicine; Behavioral and Social Sciences; and Social Research, Planning, and Practice. In addition, there will be a media theater, computer software demonstrations, and student-oriented presentations. Meeting participants are invited to attend all sessions and are not restricted to those sponsored by a particular section. For more information on the program and registration materials, write The Gerontological Society of America, 1411 K St., NW Suite 300, Washington, DC 20005; or call 202-393-1411.

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