Saint Joseph’s 5th Annual Health Care Symposium will feature nationally known experts to equip administrators, nurses and technicians with the knowledge necessary to face any obstacle in the constantly changing health care field.
Health Reform: What It Means Now and Into the Future for Our Country
The Ethics of Health Care Reform
Preventing Hospital Readmissions…It Takes a Team!
Health Industry Integration and Physician Readiness for the New Health Care Environment
Simplifying Change in a Complex Health Care Environment
Total Hospital Efficiency: The Key to Health Reform Survival
What Every Clinician and Health Care Professional Needs to Know About Destructive/Exploitive Cults
Innovations in Eldercare: Promising Approaches to Age-Old Challenges
Integrating Mission: The Heart of Who We Are and What We Do
Breast Care 101
From Administrator to Resident: Perspective from the Other Side
Transformational Leadership and the Culture of Quality
Quality Control in the Age of Digital Imaging
Health Care Reform and the Future for Long-term Care Providers
Health Care for the Homeless: 101
Concussions 101: The Science Behind Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Shaping New Leaders for a New Era
Shared Decision Making: More Than Just the Right Thing To Do
Designed for mainstream classroom teachers, administrators and special education personnel, the autism symposium provides attendees the opportunity to explore issues, themes and strategies for all students on the autism spectrum.
Introduction: Distinctions and Characteristics of Autism
Keynote: Dr. Christopher Kaufman
Robin Lurie-Meyerkopf: Strategies for Classroom Teachers
Robin Lurie-Meyerkopf: Bullying
Julia Bell and Diane Smith: Individualized Education Programs/Legal Issues
Anita Charles: Simulation Activities
Karen Gorris-Hicock: Social Stories and Gentle Teaching
Guests: Christine Duffley and Lisa Hanel, mother & aide of Christopher Duffley
Anita Charles: A Mother’s Story
Symposia are available for academic credit and CEUs. To register or for more information, visit http://online.sjcme.edu/summer or call 207-893-7825.