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February 27-March 1, 1989

April 17-19, 1989

Partners in Managing Type II Diabetes

The International Diabetes Center presents this 3-day educational experience for those health professionals whose major focus is the management of Type II (nonInsulin dependent diabetes). This co-program covers the team approach to management with an emphasis on wellness. For information, contact Cindy Poppitz, International Diabetes Center, 500 West 39th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416.

February 9, 1989, Denver, CO

March 9, 1989, Washington, DC

Successful Marketing Strategies for Home Care: A "How-to" Management Seminar

The focus throughout these day-long seminars is specific - participants will learn effective marketing strategies and how to implement these techniques immediately. The seminar agenda includes such topics as: "Home Care, The Power of Internal Marketing," "Communications that Sell," "Marketing Concepts You Can Use," "Using Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP) to Market Your Agency," and "Expanding Your Customer Base." To obtain additional information and registration packets, call NLN Marketing at 800-847-8480 (in New York State, 800-442-4546, or in New York City, 212-582-1022).

February 20-24, 1989

March 13-17, 27-31, 1989

April 10-14, 24-28, 1989

Team Management of Diabetes Mellitus

The International Diabetes Center presents this 5-day educational experience for health professionals interested in advances in the management of diabetes mellitus. Health professionals participate in classes with individuals with diabetes and their family members. For information, contact Cindy Poppitz, International Diabetes Center, 500 West 39th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416.

February 2-3, 1989, Houston, TX

NAQAP Psychiatric Quality Assurance Seminars

The National Association of Quality Assurance Professionals (NAQAP) is hosting three psychiatric quality assurance seminars across the country. The seminars will provide comprehensive and sequential coverage of current key aspects of quality assurance in a psychiatric setting, with an emphasis on application of the material presented.

During these two-day seminars, some of the topics covered will include: Quality Assurance and the Accreditation Process; Developing and Refining Monitoring and Evaluation Systems in Psychiatry; Education and Staff Development; Accreditation and Certification; and Quality Assurance and Risk Management in the Psychiatric Setting: The Legal Issues. For more information on the seminars, contact NAQAP Headquarters at (312) 940-8800.

February 23-25, 1989

Teaching, Thinking, and Learning

Piedmont Technical College will sponsor its second national conference, at the Mariner's Inn on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. The conference will be limited to the first 400 paid registrants. The fee is $185. For more information, contact Curtis Miles, Piedmont Technical College, Post Office Drawer 1467, Greenwood, South Carolina 29648, or call (803) 223-8357.

March 6-7, 1989

The National Symposium on Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Practice

The Department of Psychiatric Nursing at The Johns Hopkins Hospital will sponsor this symposium at the Stouffer Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland. The fee is $170 for Nurses, and appropriate credit is pending. For information contact Program Coordinator, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Office of Continuing Education. Turner Building. 720 Rutland Ave, Baltimore, Maryland 21205, or call 301-955-2959.

March 7-10, 1989

Issues in Nursing Research- 6th Annual Conference

This Conference is sponsored by the University of Utah College of Nursing, at The Yarrow, in Park City, Utah. Attendance at the Conference will gain 1.8 CEUs. The fee is $225 (doctoral students $140). Early registration is advisable, as this is peak ski season in Utah. For information, call (800) 581-8755 or 581-8271.

March 9-10, 1989

Comprehensive Course for Diabetes Educators

Cook County Graduate School of Medicine will sponsor a course titled "Comprehensive Course for Diabetes Educators," in Chicago, Illinois. Toni N. Martinez, RN, BSN, CDE, will be the coordinator. Fees are $185 for nurses and $145 for undergraduate and graduate nursing students, each earning 15 contact hours. For additional information, contact…

February 27-March 1, 1989

April 17-19, 1989

Partners in Managing Type II Diabetes

The International Diabetes Center presents this 3-day educational experience for those health professionals whose major focus is the management of Type II (nonInsulin dependent diabetes). This co-program covers the team approach to management with an emphasis on wellness. For information, contact Cindy Poppitz, International Diabetes Center, 500 West 39th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416.

February 9, 1989, Denver, CO

March 9, 1989, Washington, DC

Successful Marketing Strategies for Home Care: A "How-to" Management Seminar

The focus throughout these day-long seminars is specific - participants will learn effective marketing strategies and how to implement these techniques immediately. The seminar agenda includes such topics as: "Home Care, The Power of Internal Marketing," "Communications that Sell," "Marketing Concepts You Can Use," "Using Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP) to Market Your Agency," and "Expanding Your Customer Base." To obtain additional information and registration packets, call NLN Marketing at 800-847-8480 (in New York State, 800-442-4546, or in New York City, 212-582-1022).

February 20-24, 1989

March 13-17, 27-31, 1989

April 10-14, 24-28, 1989

Team Management of Diabetes Mellitus

The International Diabetes Center presents this 5-day educational experience for health professionals interested in advances in the management of diabetes mellitus. Health professionals participate in classes with individuals with diabetes and their family members. For information, contact Cindy Poppitz, International Diabetes Center, 500 West 39th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416.

February 2-3, 1989, Houston, TX

NAQAP Psychiatric Quality Assurance Seminars

The National Association of Quality Assurance Professionals (NAQAP) is hosting three psychiatric quality assurance seminars across the country. The seminars will provide comprehensive and sequential coverage of current key aspects of quality assurance in a psychiatric setting, with an emphasis on application of the material presented.

During these two-day seminars, some of the topics covered will include: Quality Assurance and the Accreditation Process; Developing and Refining Monitoring and Evaluation Systems in Psychiatry; Education and Staff Development; Accreditation and Certification; and Quality Assurance and Risk Management in the Psychiatric Setting: The Legal Issues. For more information on the seminars, contact NAQAP Headquarters at (312) 940-8800.

February 23-25, 1989

Teaching, Thinking, and Learning

Piedmont Technical College will sponsor its second national conference, at the Mariner's Inn on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. The conference will be limited to the first 400 paid registrants. The fee is $185. For more information, contact Curtis Miles, Piedmont Technical College, Post Office Drawer 1467, Greenwood, South Carolina 29648, or call (803) 223-8357.

March 6-7, 1989

The National Symposium on Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Practice

The Department of Psychiatric Nursing at The Johns Hopkins Hospital will sponsor this symposium at the Stouffer Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland. The fee is $170 for Nurses, and appropriate credit is pending. For information contact Program Coordinator, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Office of Continuing Education. Turner Building. 720 Rutland Ave, Baltimore, Maryland 21205, or call 301-955-2959.

March 7-10, 1989

Issues in Nursing Research- 6th Annual Conference

This Conference is sponsored by the University of Utah College of Nursing, at The Yarrow, in Park City, Utah. Attendance at the Conference will gain 1.8 CEUs. The fee is $225 (doctoral students $140). Early registration is advisable, as this is peak ski season in Utah. For information, call (800) 581-8755 or 581-8271.

March 9-10, 1989

Comprehensive Course for Diabetes Educators

Cook County Graduate School of Medicine will sponsor a course titled "Comprehensive Course for Diabetes Educators," in Chicago, Illinois. Toni N. Martinez, RN, BSN, CDE, will be the coordinator. Fees are $185 for nurses and $145 for undergraduate and graduate nursing students, each earning 15 contact hours. For additional information, contact the Registrar's Office, or call (800) 621-4651; inside Illinois (800) 621-4649.

March 9-10, 1989

Fourteenth Annual March of Dimes Perinatal Nursing Conference

The March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, Greater Chicago Area Chapter, will host the Fourteenth Annual Conference, "Facing the Challenge of Perinatal Nursing in the 1990s," at the Fairmont Hotel in Chicago. Continuing education credit for nursing professionals has been approved for 12 contact hours. The fee is $145, $80 for students. For more information, contact Pamela Ippoliti, Conference Coordinator, March of Dimes, One North Dearborn, #1008, Chicago, Illinois 60602; (312) 407-4007.

March 13-15, 1989

Spectrum of Developmental Disabilities XI Dyslexia: Clinical and Research Issues

The Society for Developmental Pediatrics; The Kennedy Fellows Association; The Kennedy Institute for Handicapped Children; The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions will sponsor a course at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institution, Thomas B. Turner Building, Baltimore, Maryland. Twenty AMA Category I credits; 20 Category A credits for psychologists; 2.0 continuing education units will be offered. Application will be submitted for appropriate credits from ASHA and for nurses. Fees will be $350. For more information, contact Administrative: Program Coordinator, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Office of Continuing Education, Turner Building, 720 Rutland Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21205; (301) 955-2959, or Course Content: Arnold J. Capute, MD, MPH, The John F. Kennedy Institute for Handicapped Children, Room 121, 707 North Broadway, Baltimore, Maryland 21205; (301) 522-5420.

April 6-7, 1989

Pediatric Cardiology Nursing

Cook County Graduate School of Medicine will sponsor a course titled "Pediatric Cardiology Nursing," in Chicago, Illinois. Nancy Kosiba Koster, RN, MSN, will be the coordinator. Fees are $185 for nurses and $145 for undergraduate and graduate nursing students, each earning 15 contact hours. For additional information, contact the Registrar's Office, or call (800) 621-4651; inside Illinois (800) 621-4649.

March 16-17, 1989

Nursing Management of Oncologic Complications

Cook County Graduate School of Medicine will sponsor a course titled "Nursing Management of Oncologic Complications," in Chicago, Illinois. Corinne Sovik Haviley, RN, MS, will be the coordinator. Fees are $185 for nurses and $145 for undergraduate and graduate nursing students, each earning 15 contact hours. For additional information, contact the Registrar's Office, or call (800) 621-4641, or if inside Illinois (800) 621-4649.

March 31, 1989

Advances in Infection Prevention for Nurses

The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing will sponsor a course designed to update nurses with information related to infection prevention with health-care settings. Application for 0.6 CEU has been submitted for fees of $65 for nurses, and $45 for students. For information, contact Program Coordinator, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Office of Continuing Education, Turner Building, 720 Rutland Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21205; (301) 955-2959.

March 29-31, 1989

Current Concepts in Pediatric Nursing

Cook County Graduate School of Medicine will sponsor a course titled "Current Concepts in Pediatric Nursing," in Chicago, Illinois. Gail Kellberg, RN, MSN, will be the coordinator. Fees are $210 for nurses and $165 for undergraduate and graduate nursing students, each earning 25 contact hours. For additional information, contact the Registrar's Office, or call (800) 621-4651; inside Illinois (800) 621-4649.

April 1, 1989

Visions in Ophthalmology '89

Scripps Memorial Hospital, in La Jolla, California will sponsor this course at the La Jolla Marriott, in San Diego. Five hours of Category 1 will be awarded for the fees of $100 for physicians, $45 for nurses and technicians. For more information, contact Nomi Feldman, Conference Coordinator, 3770 Tansy Street, San Diego, California 92121; (619) 453-6222.

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