Annual State-Wide Symposium
The Oregon Stroke Network (OSN) is seeking presentations for the seventh annual state-wide symposium, to be held this year in Bend, Oregon September 26 & 27, 2013. The theme for this year’s conference is Promoting Consistent Stroke Excellence in Oregon.
We are looking for presentations that would provide you the opportunity to share projects and/or abstracts from your organization that might show how you promote consistent stroke excellence & be of interest to the broader stroke community in the state of Oregon. This may include something recently presented at a national conference, yet not to the OSN audience. These presentations will be on Friday, September 27th, the interdisciplinary conference day (September 26 is nursing conference).
Anyone/organization with expertise in this area is invited to submit an abstract/project. Presentations will be approximately 20 min. in length. All submissions will be reviewed & selected by the conference planning committee.
Professional posters are also welcome this year.
If you have a poster you have presented in a national forum, or a new poster, that aligns with the conference theme, and would like to share with the Oregon audience, we would welcome your participation. If you have a project that you would like to present in poster format, please submit information on that as well.
How to submit:
Call 503-216-1011 to receive the order form
Deadline for notification of intent and preliminary content is Friday, July 5th.
NACDD General Member Call – “Orientation to the Equity Impact Review (EIR) Guide”
Join us on June 27, 2013 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
Join us for a discussion about the Equity Impact Review (EIR) Guide developed by the Washington State Department of Health.. The webinar is intended to: (1) introduce the Health Equity Impact Review Guide, an assessment tool designed to help predict the impact of a public health policy or project on health equity; and (2) help you identify examples in which you can apply the Guide. Our featured presenter, Gail Brandt, helped to develop the EIR Guide. In preparation for the webinar, please click on the link here to view a copy of the Guide: http://here.doh.wa.gov/materials/equity-impact-guide
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