21 SEP 2023

EBP Conference Showcases NorthBay’s Mission

NorthBay EBP Conference Returns
NorthBay EBP Conference Returns

The NorthBay Health Quality, EBP and Research Conference returns Oct. 13 to the Green Valley Administration Center after a three-year hiatus. It’s open to all health care professionals who are interested in exploring the challenge of delivering Evidence-Based Care and attempting to keep pace with the latest recommendations, according to JoAnn Munski, Director, Nursing Education, Clinical Practice & Clinical Informatics.

The conference’s theme is “Challenging Superstitions,” and keynote speakers are Laurie “John” MacKenzie, family nurse practitioner and owner of a legal nurse consulting service, and Brian Johnson, Clinical Manager for NorthBay Health Emergency Services, whose topic will be “Trick or Treat: Using AI in Evidence-Based Practice.” 

While the conference is open to health care professionals throughout Northern California, it presents an excellent opportunity for NorthBay to spotlight its Magnet status and evidence-based practice mission, JoAnn noted.

The conference begins at 8 a.m. and includes breakfast, lunch, snack and a CE certificate for seven hours. 

Registration fees are $75 through Sept. 30 and $100 after that. Student, military and NorthBay employee discounts apply. Email ClinicalEducation@NorthBay.org for promo codes. For more information, visit www.NorthBay.org/conference.

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