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2010 ACHNE & ASTDN Joint Meeting
Embracing Diversity: Innovations in Education, Policy, & Practice
June 10-12, 2010
Arlington, Virgina
Sheraton Crystal City Hotel
Dear ACHNE & ASTDN Members,

Our 2010 Joint Meeting will be a time of partnership as we come together to share our efforts from the past year. We invite you to share your work, insights, and research on strategies to advance diversity in C/PHN education and workforce, as well as improve the health of the public. The program objectives are to:
  1. Discuss innovative approaches toward increasing diversity in the C/PHN workforce and faculty.

  2. Describe strategies that foster a culturally competent C/PHN workforce, faculty, and student body.

  3. Summarize research and evaluation findings related to C/PHN advocacy efforts.

  4. Compare the effectiveness of C/PHN practice across diverse populations and settings.

  5. Demonstrate innovative strategies with policymakers when advocating for the role of C/PHN.

We invite you to plan now to attend and bring your practice and academic colleagues, as well as your students to the 2010 Joint Meeting. All formats for exploration and discussion of any issue related to C/PHN education, practice, and research will be considered.

Submit abstracts for concurrent session presentation, poster, or symposium for review. Authors must be members of ACHNE or ASTDN and be registered for the Joint Meeting at the time of presentation. We look forward to hearing from you!

Connie Roush, PhD, RN
ACHNE VP and Program Chair
croush@unf.edu
904-652-7607

Marilyn Haynes-Brokopp, MS, RN, APHN-BC
ASTDN Program Chair
haynesbrokop@wisc.edu
608.263.9190

Please contact either of us if you have questions about the Joint Meeting, presentation formats, abstract support. If you have questions about the electronic submission process on this site, please contact Pamela Levin at Pamela_Levin@rush.edu, 312.942.8842.

SUBMISSIONS DUE: October 23, 2009


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