EBP Conference Showcases NorthBay’s Mission
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.