27th Annual Pacific Northwest
AMBULATORY CARE NURSING CONFERENCE
Nurses in ambulatory care have diverse roles, serve unique groups of patients and require specialized clinical and management skills. This conference is an educational forum for those who practice in a wide variety of settings, including large and small clinics, physician offices, home health, long term care, public health, community health, occupational health, school health, college health, military health, specialty clinics and other outpatient settings. Two general sessions and nine sets of concurrent sessions allow registrants to design a conference that meets their individual needs. Speakers include distinguished local, regional and national experts presenting on clinical assessment, nursing interventions, administrative/management issues and professional development. Conference goals are to strengthen the practice of nursing, promote innovation and create seamless systems for patients and communities. Teaching methods include lecture, discussion, case studies, hands-on skill development, poster sessions and collegial interchange.
Wednesday Keynote | Nurses as Leaders: From the Individual to the Organization and Beyond
Gladys Campbell, MSN, RN, FAAN is an independent leadership coach and health care consultant. She served as chief executive officer for the Northwest Organization of Nurse Executives and chief nurse executive and senior leader for clinical strategy for the Washington State Hospital Association. Ms. Campbell is a past fellow in the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Magnet Appraiser Program, a past-president of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, a fellow in the College of Critical Care Medicine, a career-long member of the ANA and Sigma Theta Tau, a member of the American Organization of Nurse Executives, and a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing. She has been a member of the editorial Board of Clinical Issues in Critical Care and author of numerous publications.
Thursday Keynote | 7 Habits of Highly Effective Nurses
Cindy Sayre, PhD, ARNP is a Director of Professional Practice and Patient and Family Centered Care at UWMC. Her areas of interest are diabetes, obesity and empowering nurses. Dr. Sayre works as a nurse practitioner specializing in the management of inpatient diabetes. She has co-written insulin protocols and has been involved in researching glycemic control at UWMC.
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