Journal of Gerontological Nursing

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June 26-30, 1988

Nursing Practice - A Challenge to Nursing Research

This four-day conference will be held in conjunction with the Fourth Open Conference of the Workgroup of European Nurse-Researchers (WENR) in Jerusalem, Israel. For further information, contact Secretariat: POB 50006, Tel Aviv 61500, Israel, or call (03) 654571; Telex: 341171 KENS IL; Fax; 972 3 655674, Electronic Mail: ?? Dialcom 05-GLU150.

June 27-30, 1988

Fourth Open Conference of the Workshop of European Nurse-Researchers (WENR)

This symposium will be held in Jerusalem. For further information, contact the Fourth Open Conference of the Workgroup of European NurseResearchers (WENR), POB 50006, Tel Aviv 61500, Israel, or call (03) 654571; Telex: 341171 KENS IL; Fax; 972 3 655674, Electronic Mail: ITT Dialcom 05-GLU150.

July 15-18, 1988

13th National Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Symposium

Sponsored by the University of Colorado School of Nursing, the symposium will take place in Keystone Resort, Colorado. The fee is $175 per person; 2.0 CEUs will be offered. For more information, contact Loretta Knauf, RN, MS, UCHSC, School of Nursing 4200 E. Ninth Ave, C288, Denver, CO 80262; 303-270-8691.

July 17-29, 1988

Rehabilitation Nursing Directions for Practice

To be held in Chicago, this program will concentrate on key concepts and practical skills necessary to work comfortably and effectively with rehabilitation clients, their families, and the interdisciplinary team. Sixty-three continuing education credits will be available to all participants; fee is $595 per person. Association of Rehabilitation Nurses and the University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Nursing, are sponsors. For more information, contact ARN, 2506 Gross Point Rd, Evanston, IL 60201; 312-475-1000.

July 18-19, 1988

Low Vision Symposium

This conference, which will be held in Manhattan, is cosponsored by The Lighthouse Low Vision Services and The Gerontological Society of America. The theme will be "Age-Related Vision Loss: Developments in Low Vision Practice and Research." Ophthalmologists, optometrists, rehabilitation service providers, administrators, gerontologists, researchers, and educators will be able to participate in a wide range of workshops and panel discussions. A display of optical devices and other demonstrations will be included. For further information, contact The Lighthouse, The New York Association for the Blind, 1 1 1 East 59th Street, New York, New York 10022; 212-355-2200.

July 24-28, 1988

National Association of Area Agencies on Aging Training Conference and Exhibit

"We are Family: Together as Caregivers" is the theme of this conference designed for professionals in aging who plan, coordinate, and monitor community-based services for long-term care. To be held in New Orleans, program tracks include Caring for the Elderly: Spouses, Working Caregivers, and the Corporate Role; Financial Implications and Alternatives for Caregiving; The Role of the National Network on Aging on Behalf of Caregivers; and Management and Staff Development for the Network on Aging. For more information, contact Delores CoIeman, 202-484-7520. Exhibit dates are July 25-27; for more information, contact Pat Philips, 703-484-7520.

August 28-September 2, 1988

The XIII World Conference on Health Education

The conference, which is the triennial meeting of the International Union for Health Education, will be held in Houston. Health education issues and resolutions dealing with such topics as child survival, access to health, mass communications, international networking, AIDS, and other topics will be addressed. Conference organizers are the International Union for Health Education, The Centers for Disease Control , The National Center for Health Education, and The United States Host Committee. For more information, contact the US Host Committee, PO Box 20186, Suite 902, Houston, TX 77225; 713-792-8540.

September 4-9, 1988

Fifth International Conference on Cancer Nursing

This symposium will be held in London and will include: plenary sessions, concurrent specialist sessions, poster sessions, preconference courses,…

June 26-30, 1988

Nursing Practice - A Challenge to Nursing Research

This four-day conference will be held in conjunction with the Fourth Open Conference of the Workgroup of European Nurse-Researchers (WENR) in Jerusalem, Israel. For further information, contact Secretariat: POB 50006, Tel Aviv 61500, Israel, or call (03) 654571; Telex: 341171 KENS IL; Fax; 972 3 655674, Electronic Mail: ?? Dialcom 05-GLU150.

June 27-30, 1988

Fourth Open Conference of the Workshop of European Nurse-Researchers (WENR)

This symposium will be held in Jerusalem. For further information, contact the Fourth Open Conference of the Workgroup of European NurseResearchers (WENR), POB 50006, Tel Aviv 61500, Israel, or call (03) 654571; Telex: 341171 KENS IL; Fax; 972 3 655674, Electronic Mail: ITT Dialcom 05-GLU150.

July 15-18, 1988

13th National Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Symposium

Sponsored by the University of Colorado School of Nursing, the symposium will take place in Keystone Resort, Colorado. The fee is $175 per person; 2.0 CEUs will be offered. For more information, contact Loretta Knauf, RN, MS, UCHSC, School of Nursing 4200 E. Ninth Ave, C288, Denver, CO 80262; 303-270-8691.

July 17-29, 1988

Rehabilitation Nursing Directions for Practice

To be held in Chicago, this program will concentrate on key concepts and practical skills necessary to work comfortably and effectively with rehabilitation clients, their families, and the interdisciplinary team. Sixty-three continuing education credits will be available to all participants; fee is $595 per person. Association of Rehabilitation Nurses and the University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Nursing, are sponsors. For more information, contact ARN, 2506 Gross Point Rd, Evanston, IL 60201; 312-475-1000.

July 18-19, 1988

Low Vision Symposium

This conference, which will be held in Manhattan, is cosponsored by The Lighthouse Low Vision Services and The Gerontological Society of America. The theme will be "Age-Related Vision Loss: Developments in Low Vision Practice and Research." Ophthalmologists, optometrists, rehabilitation service providers, administrators, gerontologists, researchers, and educators will be able to participate in a wide range of workshops and panel discussions. A display of optical devices and other demonstrations will be included. For further information, contact The Lighthouse, The New York Association for the Blind, 1 1 1 East 59th Street, New York, New York 10022; 212-355-2200.

July 24-28, 1988

National Association of Area Agencies on Aging Training Conference and Exhibit

"We are Family: Together as Caregivers" is the theme of this conference designed for professionals in aging who plan, coordinate, and monitor community-based services for long-term care. To be held in New Orleans, program tracks include Caring for the Elderly: Spouses, Working Caregivers, and the Corporate Role; Financial Implications and Alternatives for Caregiving; The Role of the National Network on Aging on Behalf of Caregivers; and Management and Staff Development for the Network on Aging. For more information, contact Delores CoIeman, 202-484-7520. Exhibit dates are July 25-27; for more information, contact Pat Philips, 703-484-7520.

August 28-September 2, 1988

The XIII World Conference on Health Education

The conference, which is the triennial meeting of the International Union for Health Education, will be held in Houston. Health education issues and resolutions dealing with such topics as child survival, access to health, mass communications, international networking, AIDS, and other topics will be addressed. Conference organizers are the International Union for Health Education, The Centers for Disease Control , The National Center for Health Education, and The United States Host Committee. For more information, contact the US Host Committee, PO Box 20186, Suite 902, Houston, TX 77225; 713-792-8540.

September 4-9, 1988

Fifth International Conference on Cancer Nursing

This symposium will be held in London and will include: plenary sessions, concurrent specialist sessions, poster sessions, preconference courses, and weekend symposia. To complement these working sessions, there will be an extensive social program, starting with a gala concert in the Royal Festival Hall . There will also be a nondenominational service of celebration in Westminster Abbey, as well as receptions in some of London's most famous sites. And to create a complete professional program, the opportunity will be available to visit centers of excellence in cancer nursing and cancer care. For further information, contact Mandy Cosgrove, Registrations Secretary Macmillan Magazines Ltd, 4 Little Essex Street, London WC2R 3LF, Great Britain, or call 01-836-6633; Telex 262024 MACMIL G Facsimile no: 01-379-4204.

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