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This program explores advocacy by nurses. Nurses don't wear white caps anymore, but advocacy is one hat that nurses will always wear as we support our patients, families, communities, and our legislative bodies.
Nurses must speak up for patients in all venues; they must promote safe practices in their facilities; they must be part of health care policy; and they must advocate for the profession and each other.
North Central Chapter Association of California Nurse Leaders
Nursing Leadership Education grant generously provided by Dr. Henry and Mrs. Sylvia Wong
Adventist Health Lodi Memorial
California State University Stanislaus
Community Medical Centers
St. Joseph's Medical Center
Grand Canyon University
8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 Welcoming Remarks • Jenny Markovich, DNP, RN, NC ACNL Chapter President, Chief Nursing Officer, Dameron Hospital
8:45 Using Nursing Staffing Data for Healthcare Policy and Practice • Joanne Spetz, PhD, Professor, Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies; Associate Director of Research, Healthforce Center, UCSF
9:45 Central Valley Demographics: Who are our Nurses? • Ginger Manss DNP, RN, HACP, Chief Nursing Officer, Community Medical Centers
10:45 Legislative Update • BJ Bartelson, RN, MS, NEA-BC, VP Nursing and Clinical Services, CHA
11:45 Lunch and Scholarship Presentations
12:30 Healthcare Finance • Mario Molini, Director Finance, Adventist Health Lodi Memorial • Jenny Markovich, DNP, RN, NC ACNL Chapter President, Chief Nursing Officer, Dameron Hospital
1:30 Research: • 2 CSU Stanislaus Graduate Research students, California State University, Stanislaus
2:00 ACNL’s Advocacy Role • Anitra Williams, DNP, RN, ACNL President, Director of Nursing Operations, St. Joseph’s Medical Center
3:00 Evaluation and closing
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