January- June, 1989
Second and Fourth Thursdays "Update on Geriatric Medicine"
Cooper Hospital/University Medical Center will sponsor an "Update on Geriatric Medicine" in January-June, 1989, every second and fourth Thursday, at 4:30-6:00 P.M., at Cooper Hospital/ University Medical Center, Camden, New Jersey 08103. For information contact Michele Spadaro at 609-3422478.
December 1, 1988 New York
January 8, 1989 Nashville
January 17, 1989 Orlando
January 24, 1989 Baltimore
Geriatric Orthopedic Patient
Fees for this seminar are $92 ($82 early) and 7.5 contact hours will be offered. For more information, contact The Health & Education Council, Ine, 7201 Rossville Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21237; 301-686-3610.
January 27-28, 1989 Phoenix/ Scottsdale, AZ
February 17-18, 1989 Lexington, KY
March 17-18, 1989 Lowell, MA
Building Career Success
Sponsored by Sigma Thêta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, these two-day conferences are open to all nurses, and are designed to help participants develop personally and professionally in their careers. For more information, contact Program Department, Sigma Thêta Tau International, 1200 Waterway Blvd, Indianapolis, IN 46202.
February 1-4, 1989
Recent Advances in Geriatric Medicine: Innovative Approaches to Quality Nursing Home Care: The Care Plan and Beyond
Featured speakers for this conference slated for the Catamaran Resort Hotel in San Diego, CA include Robert Kane, MD, and Rosalie Kane, DSW. The fees range from $310 for physicians and $210 for allied health professionals and residents. Seventeen AM A/CM A, BRN credit hours are available. For more information contact Cass Jones, Meeting Management, 3770 Tansy Street, San Diego, CA 92121.
February 17-18, 1989
Advances in Skin Cancer Management: A Multispecialty Approach
This program is presented by the Department of Dermatology and the Division of Plastic Surgery of the University of California School of Medicine at San Francisco. Information on the pathogenesis of skin cancer and an integrated therapeutic approach for management of complex skin tumors will be discussed. The course has been approved for 10 hours of Category I Credit of the Physician's Recognition Award of the American Medical Association and the Certificate Program at the California Medical Association. The fee is $250 for physicians and $150 for interns, residents and fellows who submit a letter of verification from training program with die enrollment application. For information contact: Extended Programs in Medical Education, University of California, Room U-569, San Francisco, California 94143; 415-476-4251.
March 6-7, 1989
The National Symposium on Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Practice
Sponsored by the Department of Psychiatric Nursing, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, the conference will take place at the Stouffer Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore. There will be a $170 fee for nurses. Contact the Program Coordinator, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Office of Continuing Education, Turner Building, 720 Rutland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21205; 301955-2959.
March 29- April 1, 1989
The National Council on the Aging Inc. 1989 Annual Conference and Exhibition
Cosponsored by more than 200 national organizations, the conference encompasses 140 workshops, 5 plenary discussions, roundtable discussions, exhibits and entertainment. CEU credits can be earned by attending most of the sessions, the NCOA one-day conferences, symposia and pre-conference training sessions. For more information contact The National Council on the Aging, Inc., NCOA 1989 Conference, Department 5087, Washington, DC 20061-5087; 202-479-1200, ext. 300.
April 6-8, 1989
Key Aspects of Recovery: Improving Mobility, Rest and Nutrition
Kathleen Andreoli, DSN, RN, Dean and Vice President for Nursing Affairs at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center will be the keynote speaker. The $110 conference fee includes a published copy of the proceedings. The conference is funded by die National Center for Nursing Research, NIH and is sponsored by die University of North Carolina at Chapel HiU School of Nursing, Alpha Alpha Chapter of Sigma Thêta Tau, ANA Council of Nurse Researchers, and the Southern Nursing Research Society. For more information, contact Rudi A. Wiese, Project Manager, UNC School of Nursing, CB#7460 Carrington Hall, Chapel HiU, NC 27599-7460; 919-966-2263.
May 10-12, 1989
NEAC National Conference
The National Energy and Aging Consortium is planning a national conference for May 10-12, 1989 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The conference, sponsored in cooperation with the Oklahoma Energy and Aging Consortium, is titled "Building Better Partnerships: Energy and the Elderly in the 1990s."
Conferees will be welcomed by Marden and Lennie Mane ToUiver of the Oklahoma EAC . If you have an applicable paper or an idea for one, write to Dr. Lennie Marie Tolliver, University of Oklahoma, School of Social Work, 1005 Jenkins, Norman, Oklahoma 73069. For more information about the conference, watch for future issues of NEACs News Bulletin or contact Jane Marden, American Gas Association, 1515 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22207.
May 11-12, 1989
Nurse Theorist Conference
Discovery Internationars Biennial Nurse Theorist Conference, scheduled for May 11-12, 1989, in Pittsburgh, Rsnnsylvania, is expected to attract a worldwide authence of more than 500 nurses and nurse educators. The conference theme is "The Meaning of Health in the Context of Nursing Science." Leading nurse scholars will be presenting their views on health. 9.6 Contact Hours approved by the ANA will be offered. Contact Discovery International, Inc., PO Box 633, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15230; 412-3918471.
May 21-25, 1989
9th Annual Congress of the National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses
Nurses and other allied health professionals caring for patients with musculoskeletal disorders will be able to learn the latest updates in orthopaedic nursing at the upcoming congress. Over 30 contact hours are available in this brief five-day period, for sessions on nursing administration, personal image of nurses and health care in space and CE presentations presented during the 1989 exhibit. For information contact the national headquarters at 609-582-0111 or via FAX at 609-589-7463.
Submissions for Calendar listings must be received four months prior to the desired date of publication. Listings should be sent to the Managing Editor, Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 6900 Grove Road, Thorofare, NJ 08086.