NEW YORK CITY A recent Nursing Spectrum Continuing Education seminar from July 20 to 22 at Rockefeller University drew nurses not only from New York and New Jersey, but also from Virginia, Massachusetts, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Florida, Illinois, Colorado, Wisconsin, and even Bermuda.From left, Eileen Williamson, RN, vice president for Nursing Communications & Initiatives at Gannett Healthcare Group, and speaker Catherine M. Mullahy, RN, president of Mullahy and Associates, prepare to begin the opening session.
Interested in honing their skills on case management, attendees spent three days with one of the countrys leading experts on the topic, Catherine Mullahy, RN, president of Mullahy and Associates in Huntington, N.Y.
The overall purpose and objective of the seminar Best in Class Case Management was to help nurses explore the full range of case management opportunities available to them, and to look at factors influencing the development of case management, examine patient outcomes that result from case management interventions, and explore future directions in their role as case managers.The following nurses traveled from Massachusetts for the seminar: from left, Richard Renshaw, RN, nursing supervisor; Linda Minor, RN, geriatric specialist, Springfield; and Jan Olson, RN, nurse case manager, Springfield.
Nurses in attendance said they thought the program was absolutely wonderful, just what I needed, engaging and informative, and riveting.
To meet the growing demand for the seminar, new locations in Illinois, Florida, California, and Texas have been added to Nursing Spectrums fall seminar schedule.Diane Clichy, RN, of New York City, smiles for the camera after describing the seminar as informative, interesting, and riveting.
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