Journal of Gerontological Nursing

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Abstract

April 8-9, 1988

Challenges of Stroke Management

This two-day conference will provide a forum for exchange of information and a review of the latest developments in stroke management and rehabilitation. The first day of the conference will be based on presentations, papers, and posters.

The topics will include medical management, therapeutic interventions, and psychosocial needs. The second day will feature ten workshops which will contain presentations and provide an opportunity for round-table discussions. Sponsored by The Inter-Urban Stroke Academic Association, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Toronto, this conference will be held at the Sheraton Centre Hotel and Towers, in Toronto, Canada.

For further information, contact The XI Annual Meeting of the IUSAA, % Education Department, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 550 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2A2; (416) 597-3003.

April 13, 1988

Pathophysiology and Management of Altered Neurologic Status

This conference, which will be held in Buffalo, is sponsored by the University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Continuing Nurse Education, and the New York State Western Region Chapter Association of Rehabilitation Nurses.

For further information, contact Marietta P. Stanton, PhD, RN, Director, Continuing Nurse Education, 124 Stockton Kimball Tower, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, 3435 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14214, or call (714) 831-3291.

April 13-15, 1988

Home Health Nursing: A Multifaceted Symposium

This conference will be held in Chicago and is sponsored by the Cook County Graduate School of Medicine. Course coordinators are Elizabeth A. Elliot, RN, MSN, Linda B. Glass, RN, MS, and Barbara VeI sor- Friedrich, RN, PhD.

For further information, contact the Registrar's Office at 1-800-621-4649 in Illinois and 1-800-621-4651 outside of Illinois.

April 18-21, 1988

Mid-America Congress on Aging

This 15th annual conference will be held in St Louis. Speeches by national experts, intensives on important issues, practical workshops on new findings, model projects and everyday challenges, and social activities will be included.

For further information, contact Mid-America Congress on Aging, 9400 State Avenue, Kansas City, KS 66112, or call (913)788-9766.

April 20, 1988

Fifth Annual Medical Surgical Symposium

To be held in Fredonia, New York, this conference is sponsored by the University at Buffalo, State University of New York.

For further information , contact Marietta P. Stanton, PhD, RN, Director, Continuing Nurse Education, 124 Stockton Kimball Tower, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, 3435 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14214, or call (716) 831-3291.

April 22-23, 1988

Comprehensive Care of the AIDS Patient: A Workshop

This program was originally scheduled for February 12-13, 1988. For further information, contact Extended Programs in Medical Education, University of California, Room U-569, San Francisco, CA 94143-0742, or call (415)476-4251.

April 22-23, 1988

Symposium on Geriatric Medicine for the Practicing Physician and Other Health Professionals

This conference will be held in Bethesda, Maryland and is sponsored by Georgetown University School of Medicine and Hospital, Franklin Square Hospital Center, and American Geriatrics Society. This course is a major two-day event designed to provide physicians and other health-care professionals with the most advanced knowledge for managing geriatric clients. Topics include Alzheimer's Disease, depression, weight loss, cardiac surgery, and cancer in the elderly. For further information, contact Georgetown University Medical Center, Office of Continuing Medical Education, 3800 Reservoir Road, NW, Washington, DC 20007, or call (202) 687-8735.

April 25, 1988

Policy, Research and Practice in Long-Term Care

This conference will discuss major policy and legislative issues in meeting the health-care needs of older adults requiring research on policy development. The conference is sponsored by the Mason F. Lord Chronic Hospital and Nursing Facility at the Francis Scott Key Medical…

April 8-9, 1988

Challenges of Stroke Management

This two-day conference will provide a forum for exchange of information and a review of the latest developments in stroke management and rehabilitation. The first day of the conference will be based on presentations, papers, and posters.

The topics will include medical management, therapeutic interventions, and psychosocial needs. The second day will feature ten workshops which will contain presentations and provide an opportunity for round-table discussions. Sponsored by The Inter-Urban Stroke Academic Association, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Toronto, this conference will be held at the Sheraton Centre Hotel and Towers, in Toronto, Canada.

For further information, contact The XI Annual Meeting of the IUSAA, % Education Department, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 550 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2A2; (416) 597-3003.

April 13, 1988

Pathophysiology and Management of Altered Neurologic Status

This conference, which will be held in Buffalo, is sponsored by the University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Continuing Nurse Education, and the New York State Western Region Chapter Association of Rehabilitation Nurses.

For further information, contact Marietta P. Stanton, PhD, RN, Director, Continuing Nurse Education, 124 Stockton Kimball Tower, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, 3435 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14214, or call (714) 831-3291.

April 13-15, 1988

Home Health Nursing: A Multifaceted Symposium

This conference will be held in Chicago and is sponsored by the Cook County Graduate School of Medicine. Course coordinators are Elizabeth A. Elliot, RN, MSN, Linda B. Glass, RN, MS, and Barbara VeI sor- Friedrich, RN, PhD.

For further information, contact the Registrar's Office at 1-800-621-4649 in Illinois and 1-800-621-4651 outside of Illinois.

April 18-21, 1988

Mid-America Congress on Aging

This 15th annual conference will be held in St Louis. Speeches by national experts, intensives on important issues, practical workshops on new findings, model projects and everyday challenges, and social activities will be included.

For further information, contact Mid-America Congress on Aging, 9400 State Avenue, Kansas City, KS 66112, or call (913)788-9766.

April 20, 1988

Fifth Annual Medical Surgical Symposium

To be held in Fredonia, New York, this conference is sponsored by the University at Buffalo, State University of New York.

For further information , contact Marietta P. Stanton, PhD, RN, Director, Continuing Nurse Education, 124 Stockton Kimball Tower, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, 3435 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14214, or call (716) 831-3291.

April 22-23, 1988

Comprehensive Care of the AIDS Patient: A Workshop

This program was originally scheduled for February 12-13, 1988. For further information, contact Extended Programs in Medical Education, University of California, Room U-569, San Francisco, CA 94143-0742, or call (415)476-4251.

April 22-23, 1988

Symposium on Geriatric Medicine for the Practicing Physician and Other Health Professionals

This conference will be held in Bethesda, Maryland and is sponsored by Georgetown University School of Medicine and Hospital, Franklin Square Hospital Center, and American Geriatrics Society. This course is a major two-day event designed to provide physicians and other health-care professionals with the most advanced knowledge for managing geriatric clients. Topics include Alzheimer's Disease, depression, weight loss, cardiac surgery, and cancer in the elderly. For further information, contact Georgetown University Medical Center, Office of Continuing Medical Education, 3800 Reservoir Road, NW, Washington, DC 20007, or call (202) 687-8735.

April 25, 1988

Policy, Research and Practice in Long-Term Care

This conference will discuss major policy and legislative issues in meeting the health-care needs of older adults requiring research on policy development. The conference is sponsored by the Mason F. Lord Chronic Hospital and Nursing Facility at the Francis Scott Key Medical Center, a Johns Hopkins Health Systems member institution . Dr. Faye Abdellah, deputy US Surgeon General, will be the keynote speaker. Specific presentations will include a description of an innovative continence research project, development, and testing of the nursing intensity index for long-term care, and a legislative update. Cost $95. For more information, contact Jean McLeon at (301) 555-0841.

April 25-26, 1988

Keep up with the Elderly 1988

This two-day conference will be held in Calgary, Alberta, and is for multidisciplinary health-care professionals working with the elderly in the community and long-term care facilities. The topic will be "Mental Health and Aging" and the keynote speaker, Dr Helen Glass, will be discussing the issue of wellness from an international perspective. The topic of assessment of mental health and disease will be addressed from a functional perspective. Of special interest to the care givers will be in the afternoon with Drs Erickson and Webb, who will speak about stressors and coping strategies caregivers may apply when working with the elderly. For further information, contact Eryka Haley, Chairperson, Foothills Hospital 1403-29 Street N.W. Calgary, Alberta T2N 2T9, or call (403) 270-1110.

April 28, 1988

Quality Assurance in the Home Care Environment

This conference is sponsored by the University at Buffalo, State University of New York and will be held in Buffalo. For further information, contact Marietta P. Stanton, PhD, RN, Director, Continuing Nurse Education, 124 Stockton Kimball Tower, University of New York, 3435 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14214, or call (714) 831-3291.

April 28-29, 1988

Third Annual Conference on Gerontological Nursing

The conference is sponsored by the South Carolina Nurses Association Council on Gerontological Nursing and will be held in Greenville, South Carolina. For more information, contact Beverly House, RN, MSN, Director, Nursing Education, Greenville General Hospital, 100 Mallard Street, Greenville, SC 29601.

April 29, 1988

Ophthalmic Nursing Seminar - Update '88

This conference, which is sponsored by the Department of Nursing, The WiJmer Institute, and The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, will be held in Baltimore. For further information, contact Program Coordinator, Office of Continuing Education, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, 6 Turner 22, 720 Rutland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21205, or call (301) 955-6085.

May 4, 1988

Organ Donation - A Continuum of Care

This conference will be held in Buffalo and is sponsored by the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. For further information, contact Marietta P. Stanton, PhD, RN, Director, Continuing Nurse Education, 124 Stockton Kimball Tower, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, 3435 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14214, or call (716) 831-3291.

May 6-7, 1988

Exploitation By Professionals: The Abuse of Power

Cosponsored by the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and the Association Against Client Exploitation by Professionals, this two-day conference will be held at the Hershey Hotel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For more information, contact Rita Nemchik, MS, RN, Director, Center for Continuing Education, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, 420 Service Drive, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6096; (215) 898-4522.

May 9-10, 1988

Continuing Problems in Critical Care

Sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, the conference will be held at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland. Target authence and fees include: Physicians, $225 after April 10; Nurses and Therapists, $125 after April 10. For further information, contact Pamela Macedonia, Program Coordinator, Office of Continuing Education, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Turner 22, 720 Rutland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21205; 301-955-6085.

May 9-12, 1988

15th Annual National Teaching Institute (NTI) of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN)

The theme of this symposium will be, "Surpassing Tomorrow's Expectations." Pre-NTI Conferences on May 8, sponsored by AACN and major critical care companies, will provide participants a unique opportunity to expand their knowledge in specialty areas. Network Night, designed for participants to exchange ideas and information with their colleagues, will be hosted by AACN special interest groups and committees. For further information, contact the AACN National Office, One Civic Plaza, Newport Beach, CA 92660, or call (714) 644-9310.

May 15-18, 1988

Modeling and Role-Modeling: A Theory and Paradigm for Professionals

This second national conference, cosponsored by The College of Nursing, University of South Carolina and the Society for the Advancement of Modeling and Role-Modeling will take place at Marriott's Hilton Head Resort, South Carolina. Featured keynote speaker will be Inge Corliss, PhD, RN. After March 1, registration fee will be $220. Contact Carolyn Kinney, PhD, 2709 Stratford Drive, Austin, TX 78746; 512471-7311.

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