July 29-31, 1990
AHA 7th Annual Conference
The American Hospital Association (AHA) Section for Aging and LongTerm Care Services has announced that its 7th annual conference will be held in Washington, DC. The registration fee is $325 for AHA members and $475 for non-members. A $50 discount is offered to any additional registrant from the same institution. For more information, contact Linda McDaniel-Railey, AHA, Section for Aging and Long-Term Care Services, 840 N. Lake Shore Drive - 5E, Chicago, IL 6061 1 ; 312-280-6372.
July 30-31, 1990
Geriatric Nursing Course
Sponsored by Cook County Graduate School of Medicine, Chicago, this course will be offered to nurses for a fee of $1 95, and to undergraduate and graduate nursing students for $145. Fifteen contact hours will be given. For more information, contact the Registrar's Office; 800-621-4649 or 800-62 1-4651.
September 17, 1990
Call for Papers
This deadline has been set for the submission of 5-page summaries for "Key Aspects of Elder Care: Managing Falls, Incontinence, and Cognitive Impairment," a national conference on research for clinical practice. For more information, contact Ruth Wiese, Project Coordinator, School of Nursing, CB 7460 Carrington Hall, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7460; 919-966-2263.
September 23-26, 1990
1990 AJN Convention
The annual convention of the AJN will be held at the Sheraton New Orleans, New Orleans, LA. Registration fees are $225 per person before July 1 5, 1 990, and $270 after this date. There are also special rates for groups or students. For more information, contact Susan Sloan, Meeting & Exhibits Manager, George Little Management, Ine, 2 Park Avenue, Suite 1 1 00, New York, NY 1 001 6; 212-686-6070.
Humanizing Health Care: Enhancing Partnerships
Sponsored by the Australian Council of Community Nursing Services and to take place in Perth, Western Australia, this sixth national congress will provide an opportunity for all to share questions and ideas relating to the theme of humanizing health care. Leading specialists from Australia and overseas will be invited to speak. For more information, contact Promaco Conventions, 9A, Canning Bridge Commercial Centre, 890-892 Canning Highway Applecross 6153, Western Australia; 09-364-5380.
October 11 -12, 1990
Clinical Nurse Specialist Conference
"Perspectives on Change: Forces Shaping Practice for the Clinical Nurse Specialist" will be held at the Lafayette Hotel, Boston, and is sponsored by the Departments of Nursing, Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover, NH and the University Hospital, Boston. Registration fee is $21 5. For more information, contact Irene Bise, Nursing Education Coordinator, Office of Continuing Education in Health Sciences, Darmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover, NH 03756; 603-6465744.
October 15-17, 1990
Clinical Nursing Management Program
"Clinical Nursing Management: A Key to Organizational Success" will be held at the Lafayette Hotel, Boston, for more information, contact the Center for the Advancement of Nursing Practice, ST-207, 330 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 0221 5; 61 7-735-5451.
October 16-20, 1990
Anticancer Research Conference
The 3rd International Conference of Anticancer Research will be held at the Golden Coast Hotel, in Marathon, Greece. Registration deadline is September 20, 1 990. For more information, contact Dr. John G. DeIinassios, Anticancer Research, 5 Argyropoulou Street, Kato Patissia, Athens GR-1 1 1 45, Greece.
Care Managers Conference
The National Association of Private Geriatric Care Managers will hold its 6th Annual Conference at the Crystal City Marriott in Washington, DC. This year's theme is "Alliances for Aging: Toward the 21 st Century." for more information, contact NAPGCM, 1315 Talbott Tower, Dayton, OH 45402; 513-222-2621.