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Title Start Date - End Date City, State
National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month
  11/01/17 - 11/30/17 ,
 

Alzheimer's disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States and the only cause of death among the top 10 in the United States that cannot be prevented, cured or even slowed.

National Family Caregivers Month
  11/01/17 - 11/30/17 ,
 

Caregiving can be a 24-hours a day/7-days a week job. Caring for a senior with Alzheimer’s or a child with special needs can be non-stop. Providing care around the clock can crowd out other important areas of life. And you never know when you will need to rush to the hospital or leave work at the drop of a hat.

National Hospice and Palliative Care Month
  11/01/17 - 11/30/17 ,
 

It’s about how you live. This is the theme for November’s National Hospice and Palliative Care Month 2017.

COPD Awareness Month
  11/01/17 - 11/30/17 ,
 

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema, is a chronic lung disease that makes it hard to breathe. The disease is increasingly common, affecting millions of Americans, and is the third leading cause of death in the U.S. 

Briefing: California’s Response to the Opioid Epidemic
  11/27/17 Online and Sacramento, CA
 

This event will examine the role of state agencies in combating the epidemic. Participants will hear about different collaborative approaches, including promoting safer prescribing practices, expanding access to medication-assisted treatment for addiction, improving communication between prescribers and providers, among others.

NAS Workshop on Immigration and Health
  11/28/17 Oakland, CA
 

The National Academies of Sciences’ Health and Medicine Division holds a roundtable discussion on “Immigration as a Social Determinant of Health,” a one-day workshop to discuss immigration “laws and policies and their implications on immigrant and population health.”

World AIDS Day
  12/01/17 ,
 

World AIDS Day takes place on the 1st December each year. It’s an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support for people living with HIV, and to commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness. Founded in 1988, World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day.

National Influenza Vaccination Week
  12/03/17 - 12/09/17 ,
 

The National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW) is a national awareness week focused on highlighting the importance of influenza vaccination.

Seminar on Migrant Farmworkers’ Health
  12/04/17 Davis, CA
 

The University of California Davis holds a talk on tackling migrant farmworkers health as part of its monthly seminar series.

National Older driver safety awareness week
  12/04/17 - 12/08/17 ,
 

The American Occupational Therapy Association's Older Driver Safety Awareness Week aims to promote understanding of the importance of mobility and transportation to ensuring older adults remain active in the community — shopping, working or volunteering — with the confidence that transportation will not be the barrier to strand them at home.

NAS Workshop on Tax Policy and Health Equity
  12/07/17 Oakland, CA
 

The National Academies of Sciences’ Health and Medicine Division hosts a one-day workshop examining how changes to tax policies could help improve population health.

ACA open enrollment ends
  12/15/17 ,
 

Open enrollment ends for the Affordable Care Act for 2018.

Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention (OSAP) Dental Infection Control Boot Camp 2018
  01/08/18 - 01/11/18 Baltimore, MD
 

This annual meeting offers a review of infection prevention and safety for dental professionals working across the health care system.

 

Past Events:

Title Start Date - End Date City, State
NAS Health Literacy Workshop
  11/15/17 Washington, DC
 

The National Academies of Sciences’ Health and Medicine Division releases a commissioned paper at a day-long workshop on the impact of health literacy.

13th Annual Personalized Medicine Conference
  11/14/17 - 11/16/17 Boston, MA
 

The conference will explore, among other topics, how an under-studied value proposition, information technology challenges and practical obstacles at the point of care complicate efforts to bring personalized medicine to patients — and how emerging partnership models, economic utility studies and real-world evidence may offer solutions.

Caregiver Appreciation Day
  11/13/17
 

Several organizations have declared this a day of recognition is for both paid and unpaid care givers. Other organizations observe this in February.

Reporter breakfast: Navigating next steps on payment reform
  11/13/17 Washington, DC
 

The goal of this briefing is to provide an update on the overall state of play with payment reform, and the effort to move away from fee for service and toward value-based payment.

A Smithsonian museum live webcast - The Next Pandemic: Are We Prepared?
  11/13/17 Online
 

A group of thought leaders will gather to discuss how the world prepares for the next global pandemic, raises public awareness, and explores potential responses and solutions.

UMass discussion of DREAMers and Distress Study
  11/08/17 Online
 

The event aims to look at current research that “examines how not having legal status impacts the psychosocial well-being of undocumented college-age students and identifies what social supports are in place to alleviate psychological stressors associated with not having legal U.S. status.”

Wider Circle Ending Poverty Forum
  11/08/17 Washington, DC
 

Maryland-based nonprofit A Wider Circle hosts The 2017 Forum on Ending Poverty: Creating Solutions and Positive Change with experts, nonprofit leaders and individuals seeking to get out of poverty.

Closing the Rural Health Gap
  11/08/17
 

Ahead of National Rural Health Day on November 16, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and partner organizations are giving an exclusive media update on the state of their mission to reduce rural health disparities.

Native American children’s oral health webinar
  11/07/17
 

Chicago-based Oral Health America hosts a one-hour long webinar to discuss efforts to address dental care and oral health in American Indian children up to age 5. 

American Public Health Association’s 2017 Annual Meeting and Expo
  11/04/17 - 11/08/17 Atlanta, GA
 

More than 12,000 public health experts will convene in Atlanta, Nov. 4-8, to present new research and discuss latest trends in the field. Themed "Creating the Healthiest Nation: Climate Changes Health," APHA 2017 will host a worldwide audience and premier lineup of public health’s most important topics.

HIV Oral Health – Global & National Update
  11/04/17 Atlanta, GA
 

Session will provide perspectives on advancements in the understanding and treatment of the oral manifestations of HIV over the past 36 years.

Association of American Medical Colleges annual meeting
  11/03/17 - 11/07/17 Boston, MA
 

Learn Serve Lead is academic medicine’s signature learning and networking event that inspires the community to transform the future of health care and improve the health of all. Medical school deans, teaching hospital CEOs, faculty, researchers, administrators, residents, and students attend this annual event. 

Aging & Society: Seventh Interdisciplinary Conference
  11/03/17 - 11/04/17 Berkeley, CA
 

This interdisciplinary conference focuses on the dramatic changes in the world’s population, including the growing length of the average lifespan. 

Open enrollment begins
  11/01/17
 

Open enrollment begins for the Affordable Care Act for 2018.

International Conference on Targeted Cancer Therapies
  10/26/17 - 10/30/17 Philadelphia, PA
 
Connected Health Conference
  10/25/17 - 10/26/17 Boston, MA
 

This year's theme, "The Connected Life Journey: Shaping Health and Wellness for Every Generation," will reimagine health and wellbeing throughout the life cycle, emphasizing new research, evidence and real-world examples, business models and actionable knowledge to support the adoption and implementation of personal connected health at every age and stage of life.  

Technology for Precision Health
  10/24/17 San Francisco, CA
 

Precision Medicine has come a long way in the last 10 years thanks to advances in diagnostics, computing, and consumer tools. The ongoing quest to better understand disease predisposition and prevention through genomic and environmental factors is key to increasing the quality and length of life. Technology for Precision Health will explore how technology can help.

America’s Opioid Epidemic: Aging and Addiction
  10/24/17 Washington, DC
 

The Hill is sponsoring a seminar on curbing the impact of opioid abuse in older adults. Lawmakers, policy experts, and health industry representatives will discuss how stakeholders can explore alternative solutions to pain management and combat opioid abuse and addiction among the older population. 

Economic development and health webinar
  10/24/17 Online
 

County Health Rankings & Roadmaps, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation program, holds “Improving Health through Equitable Economic Development and Strategic Partnerships,” a webinar aimed at examining how such development can help improve health outcomes.

Panel Discussion on Journalism & Poverty Coverage
  10/23/17 Washington, DC
 

Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity hosts a discussion of the state of poverty journalism at an event to also unveil a new survey of how major news organizations' coverage of poverty has evolved over the last 10 years.

Leadership Summit for Healthy Communities
  10/23/17 - 10/24/17 Columbia, SC
 

Formerly known as the South Carolina Obesity Summit, Eat Smart Move More South Carolina will host experts to discuss wellness in the state.

Appalachian Summit 
  10/17/17 - 10/19/17 Pittsburgh, PA
 

The  2017 Appalachian Regional Commission Summit  will discuss region health challenges and the impact on the local workforce as well as ways to strengthen it, in addition to a session on local food systems.

American Indian Health Research Conference
  10/13/17 Grand Forks, ND
 

The Center for Rural Health at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences hosts its American Indian Health Research Conference focused on gaps in health and wellness.

Measuring Quality for Person-Centered Accountable Care
  10/12/17 Washington, DC
 

The briefing will draw from the goal statement and four essential attributes of a high-quality system summarized in "What Matters Most: Essential Attributes of a High-Quality System of Care for Adults with Complex Care Needs," published by The SCAN Foundation, as well as ongoing work by the National Quality Forum and National Committee on Quality Assurance to develop person-centered quality metrics.

NAS Workshop on Therapeutics for Opioid Misuse
  10/11/17 - 10/12/17 Washington, DC
 

The National Academies of Sciences’ Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders holds a public workshop aimed at examining the barriers and opportunities in developing therapeutic treatment for opioid misuse.

NAS/AARP Aging and Disabilities Inclusion Workshop
  10/10/17 New York, NY
 

The event is open to the public and aims to look at "how stereotypes and stereotype threat affect older adults and adults with disabilities."

U.S. Secretary of Health Discusses Importance of Annual Influenza Prevention
  09/28/17 Washington, DC
 

U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price, M.D., joined by a panel of medical and public health experts, will discuss the importance of annual influenza prevention for the upcoming flu season at a news conference presented by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID). 

Price will join leading medical and public health experts to discuss current flu season, and final vaccination coverage data from 2016-2017 season.

The Future of the Affordable Care Act: What Happens Next?
  09/27/17 Boston, MA
 

The future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is far from certain. A group of Republicans unveiled recently the Graham-Cassidy bill, which represents the latest attempt by the GOP to repeal the ACA. For their part, Democrats organized a news conference to announce a single-payer health care proposal.

This Forum will bring together health and public policy experts from across diverse perspectives to look at what’s next for the Affordable Care Act. What can Americans expect and where does health care reform go from here?

The Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved
  09/25/17 - 09/28/17 Atlanta, GA
 

The AACR Cancer Health Disparities conferences advance the understanding and, ultimately, help to eliminate the disparities in cancer that represent a major public health problem in our country.

AACR Conference on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities
  09/25/17 - 09/28/17 Atlanta, GA
 

The conference aims to look at the latest findings to “stimulate the development of new research in cancer health disparities.” The four-day event will be held in Atlanta.

State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial Response to Large-Scale Biological Events
  09/25/17 Webcast & Coral Gables, FL
 

The nation continues to confront infectious disease events and the threat of biological terrorism. This meeting of the Study Panel, chaired by former Secretary of Health and Human Services Donna Shalala and former Governor and Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge, will provide the Study Panel with a better understanding of the ability of state, local, tribal, and territorial (SLTT) governments to respond.

Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum
  10/24/16 - 10/25/16 Boston, MA
 

Health care is undergoing a massive transformation. That’s no secret. Reimbursement is shrinking, providers are being asked to shoulder more risk, and patients are more involved in their care than ever. The ability to use analytics to transform data into actionable information – smarter business and clinical decisions – will play a big role in who survives this transformation. 

Standards for Health Information Governance
  05/02/16 Online
 

Discover a robust, globally-focused initiative designed to advance best practices and guidelines for health information management through Information Governance (IG), an initiative lead by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Along with the Integrating the Health Enterprise (IHE), AHIMA has created an enhanced approach to aligning health information management practices with health IT to support best practices through interoperability standards.

Webinar: Inside the 'Black Box' of Healthcare Spending
  02/18/16
 

The National Institute for Health Care Management will host a webinar on new data showing how much private insurance plans pay for common procedures in markets across the country and how provider consolidation influences payment rates.

ACA Open Enrollment ends
  01/31/16
 

2016 Open Enrollment ends on the federal exchange.

Health Matters webinar on King v. Burwell: Obamacare on the brink?
  06/16/15
 

The National Institute for Health Care Management will sponsor a webinar on whether the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in King v. Burwell will effectively dismantle the Affordable Care Act.

Special Enrollment Period on HealthCare.gov
  03/15/15 - 04/30/15 Online
 

This six-week enrollment period on HealthCare.gov will be open to people with certain qualifying life events, and to those who paid a penalty with their federal income tax return for not having insurance in 2014.

Legalizing Marijuana: The Public Health Pros and Cons
  10/08/14 Online
 

With a growing number of states considering the legalization of medical marijuana and, more broadly, the decriminalization of recreational marijuana, this event will examine the public health pros and cons.

Briefing: Where you live may decide the kind of care you get when you are older or have disabilities
  06/18/14
 

A new scorecard measures the effects of state policies on the ability to live independently, from choice of setting, care quality and affordability, to support for family caregivers, and more.

What Is Keeping Price Transparency From Becoming A Reality?
  05/20/14
 

Catalyst for Payment Reform (CPR) will host this half-day webinar on price transparency. This event is free to the media. Journalists can register for the event here.

May 20, online webinar, 11 a.m.-3:15 p.m. EDT.

Health Affairs: Provider Consolidation in Health Care
  05/19/14 Washington, DC
 

The clinical and economic virtues of provider consolidation have long been recognized by policy experts, but in recent years, research has shown that large provider organizations may use market power to obtain relatively high prices from payers without necessarily delivering superior quality. Health Affairs will release a package of "Web First" papers examining the issue from both sides.

 

 

Ninth National Pay for Performance Summit
  03/24/14 San Francisco, CA
 

Attendees at this conference will hear presentations on such topics as achieving the full potential of performance measurement, moving payment from volume to value, and regional collaborations designed to achieve the triple aim (lowering costs while improving quality and patient satisfaction), among other topics.

American Dental Education Association Annual Session and Exhibition
  03/15/14 - 03/18/14 San Antonio, TX
 

The theme of this is year’s meeting is “The Science of Learning.”

American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry 2014 Annual Meeting
  03/14/14 - 03/17/14 Orlando, FL
 

The AAGP Annual Meeting is a top educational event in geriatric mental health care, incorporating the latest information on clinical care, research on aging and mental health and models of care.

Housing First Partners Conference
  03/12/14 - 03/14/14 Chicago, IL
 

A national forum for housing, health and mental health service providers, as well as federal, state and local government officials, researchers, advocates, trainers, peers and thought leaders engaged in ending homelessness through Housing First. Co-sponsored by DESC and Pathways to Housing.

Sixth Annual Leadership Summit on Consumerism Through Health Plan Innovation
  03/11/14 Orlando, FL
 

Attendees at this conference will hear how health plans are developing new ways to retain existing members and expand their market share by adopting retail marketing strategies and consumer engagement tools.

Aging in America 2014
  03/11/14 - 03/15/14 San Diego, CA
 

The American Society on Aging annual conference is one of the largest multidisciplinary aging service meetings in the U.S. -- this year over 3,000 professionals in the field of aging – health care professionals, researchers, policy analysts, occupational therapists, social workers, financial planners, elder law attorneys, and others who work with older adults will get together to focus on best practices for serving an aging population

AHIP's Health Insurance Exchanges Forum
  03/07/14 Washington, DC
 

In the first two sessions of this forum, speakers will address enrollment trends in exchanges. The first speaker, Paul Mango (director, health care systems and services, for McKinsey & Company), will speak about enrollment trends in exchanges and who has signed up in the marketplaces, which products these individuals chose and what they were charged. The second speaker will be Diana Dooley, secretary of the California Health & Human Services Agency, who will focus on the state‐based exchanges and what strategies insures should consider for enrollment in 2015.

AHIP’s 2014 National Policy Forum
  03/05/14 - 03/06/14 Washington, DC
 

Those who attend the Association of Health Insurance Plan’s  event will hear presentations from administration officials, members of Congress, governors and health policy experts about the first two months under the Affordable Care Act, including the experiences of consumers and employers.

National "Virtual" Summit on Maternity Care Payment Reform
  03/03/14 Online
 

The topic of payment reform for maternity care is an area of concern because childbirth is costly and the quality is uneven, says the Catalyst for Payment Reform. CPR will waive the registration fee for AHCJ members.

Accountable Care Organizations and Provider Integration Under Health Care Reform Online
  02/26/14
 

This teleconference will discuss an important issue for health care journalists covering how hospitals and physician groups are joining together to improve care delivery and yet not run afoul of antitrust laws.

AcademyHealth’s National Health Policy Conference
  02/03/14 - 02/04/14 Washington, DC
 

The 14th annual conference is designed to outline the critical health care issues and policy priorities for the coming year and offer attendees an insider’s perspectives from health policy leaders.

Yankee Dental Congress
  01/29/14 - 02/02/14 Boston, MA
 

This annual meeting will include a celebration of the 150th birthday of the Massachusetts Dental Society and  the Ninth Annual Conference for Women In Dentistry which will focus on the theme "Surviving and Thriving: Treating Ourselves as Well as We Treat Our Patients."

Living to 100 Symposium
  01/08/14 - 01/10/14 Orlando, FL
 

Sponsored by the Society of Actuaries, global thought leaders share ideas and knowledge on aging, increases in survival rates and the resulting increase in aging populations together with its implications to social, financial, retirement and health care systems.

Employee Benefit Research Institute’s 73rd Policy Forum
  12/12/13 Washington, DC
 

Policy forums bring together a cross-section of EBRI sponsors, congressional and executive branch staff, benefit experts, and representatives from academia, interest groups and labor to examine public policy issues. The forums are roundtable discussions featuring verbal and written exchange among speakers and participants.

2013 Lown Conference: From Avoidable Care to Right Care
  12/03/13 - 12/05/13 Boston, MA
 

A series of panels and speakers will address medical overuse as a global epidemic, explore physician fears of medical malpractice suits, envision the U.S. health care system 25 years from now, and demonstrate how to start conversations about overuse.

National Summit on Fostering Transparency in the Cost and Quality of Health Care
  12/02/13 - 12/04/13 Washington, DC
 

Steven Brill, J.D., who wrote, “Bitter Pill: Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us,” for Time magazine in March, will be the keynote speaker.

World AIDS Day
  12/01/13
 

This year’s theme is “Shared Responsibility: Strengthening Results for an AIDS-Free Generation.”

The annual observance is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day and the first one was held in 1988.

Greater New York Dental Meeting 2013
  11/29/13 - 12/04/13 New York, NY
 

One of the world’s largest dental congresses, this annual event charges no registration fee and offers scientific presentations, seminars for dentists and auxiliaries, hands-on workshops, technical exhibits and an a trade show with hundreds of exhibitors.

Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting
  11/19/13 - 11/24/13 New Orleans, LA
 

GSA's Annual Scientific Meeting brings together more than 4,000 people in the field of aging to participate in more than 400 scientific sessions including symposia, paper, and poster presentations.

Aging and Society Conference
  11/08/13 - 11/09/13 Chicago, IL
 

This is an international forum to enhance knowledge and continue discussion for anyone engaged in the aging community of researchers, academics, caregivers, and practitioners.

American Nurses Association 2013 Staffing Conference
  11/08/13 - 11/09/13 Washington, DC
 

Studies show that optimal staffing reduces mortality rates, adverse patient outcomes, length of stay, and rates of readmissions and medical errors. This conference aims to empower nurses to improve patient care by developing innovative solutions to the complex challenge of determining and delivering appropriate nurse staffing.

Hospice / Palliative Care Month
  11/01/13 - 11/30/13
 

This observance focuses on raising awareness about care for the 1.5 million patients each year who receive care from hospices in the United States.

Medicine X: Stanford University School of Medicine
  09/27/13 - 09/29/13 CA
 

The Medicine X initiative is designed to explore the potential of social media and information technology to advance the practice of medicine, improve health, and empower patients to be active participants in their own care.

Data release: Preliminary data on births for 2012
  09/06/13
 

The CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics will release data and information about “Births: Preliminary Data for 2012.” All materials are embargoed until 12:01 a.m. on the date of release.  For more information or to request an interview please contact the NCHS press office at 301-458-4800 or paoquery@cdc.gov.

Data release: Use of family planning and related medical services among women
  09/05/13
 

The CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics will release data and information about the “Use of Family Planning and Related Medical Services among Women 15-44 in the United States” from the National Survey of Family Growth 2006-2010. All materials are embargoed until 12:01 a.m. on the date of release.  For more information or to request an interview please contact the NCHS press office at 301-458-4800 or paoquery@cdc.gov.

Briefing: Survey of health care benefit costs and plan changes at large employers
  08/28/13 Washington, DC
 

The National Business Group on Health will host a press briefing on Wednesday, Aug. 28 at 10:00 a.m. EDT at the National Press Club to discuss the results of its annual survey of large employers on health care benefit costs and changes they are making to their programs in the wake of economic uncertainty and rising costs.

Webinar: What Do Consumers Need to Know About Health Reform's Changes?
  08/28/13
 

As part of its Media Fellowships Program, the Kaiser Family Foundation is organizing a series of interactive webinars exclusively for journalists to address key aspects of the 2010 Affordable Care Act, the implications for consumers, and strategies for connecting the dots for different audiences.

The first webinar will take place from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, August 28, and will be an overview of how health reform's impact will vary for people in different circumstances, including those currently with employer coverage, those who buy their own insurance and those who are currently uninsured. Foundation State Health Policy Director Jennifer Tolbert and Senior Fellow Karen Pollitz will explain the law's individual mandate requiring most Americans to obtain coverage, as well as the law's new coverage options, including new state insurance marketplaces, subsidies for people with low- and moderate incomes, and new rules prohibiting insurers from discriminating based on pre-existing conditions. They will answer journalists' questions about the law as part of the webinar.

The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging National Conference
  07/27/13 - 07/31/13 Louisville, KY
 

The national conference showcases innovative programs and services to assist AOAs to help older people and their caregivers live with dignity at home and in their communities as long as possible.  Care Transitions, Managed Care Long Term Care Services, technology, and social media are some of the sessions planned.

The Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008: Impact on Disability Discrimination
  07/23/13 Washington, DC
 

Congressional, civil rights and business community champions of the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act will make brief remarks to mark the fifth anniversary of the ADAAA. That will be followed by the release and summary of National Council on Disability’s latest report, "The Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008: Impact on Disability Discrimination," which will provide an analysis of federal court cases decided under the ADAAA since it went into effect in January of 2009.

Healthy Aging Means Business
  07/18/13 Philadelphia, PA
 

The aging population means new opportunities for businesses. This one-day conference focuses on how businesses might leverage healthy aging trends, health and longevity, and money and finances. Business executives will hear about current and new and  evidence-based resources and techniques in the healthy aging marketplace.  Projected attendees include product development, strategic planning, brand management, market research and client service executives. The workshop is co-sponsored by the Gerontological Society of America and NMI Market Research.

Conference call: Prescriber Checkup
  05/14/13 Conference call
 

ProPublica is preparing to launch a huge health care project in conjunction with The Washington Post called “Prescriber Checkup,” which will allow users to see individual doctors’ prescribing habits for the first time.

ProPublica is hosting a reporters’ conference call on Tuesday, May 14 at 2pm ET to walk everyone through the app and how best to utilize it for their own localized reporting. Participants should sign up in advance.

Building Healthy Academic Communities National Summit
  04/22/13 - 04/23/13 Columbus, OH
 

Health and wellness covers a broad range of campus-wide issues and changing landscapes. Topics covered at the summit that tap into participants' expertise range from policy and benefits development, strategic planning, leadership and constituent engagement to the development, implementation and evaluation of innovative wellness activities. Organizers say this will include comprehensive, evidence-based practices on faculty & staff wellness, student wellness, academic medical centers, and wellness innovation.

2013 NICHE Conference
  04/10/13 - 04/12/13 Philadelphia, PA
 

Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders

This three-day event highlights evidence-based innovations, research and networking opportunities. The goal is to provide support to hospitals and other health care organizations in meeting the critical challenge of quality care for older adults.

Access Denied: Science News and Government Transparency
  10/03/11 - 10/03/11 Washington, DC
 

An investigation in the current issue of Columbia Journalism Review finds that despite President Obama's early promise to create an open government, the nation's science reporters feel there has been little to no progress since Bush was in office. The National Press Club will host a panel of journalists and invited administration officials to critique what journalists and the government are (or aren't) doing to change that.

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