|Location:||Hilton Hawaiian Village|
A paradigm shift is underway. With an aging population, the imminent retirement of a generation of nurses, shortage of physicians, biomedical advances, and new areas of knowledge, healthcare faces dramatic changes. With this shift come exciting opportunities to affect new standards and structures for practice. Health professionals collaborating across disciplines is critical to a seamless transition to team-based, patient-centered care delivery. To meet the healthcare demands of the 21st century, we must all practice to the best of our education and training.
Join us on the second day of the 2013 PIN Conference to learn about new models of care and your critical and interdependent role in healthcare education and delivery. An exciting line-up of nationally recognized, visionary leaders will share innovative strategies for role development in patient-centered team care and measurements of team effectiveness on patient outcomes.
Scott Reeves, PhD, MSc, PGCE
Founding Director, Center for Innovation in Interpersonal Education
University of California at San Francisco
Dr. Fred Chen, MD, MPH
University of Washington, WWAMI Rural Health Research Center
Brenda Zierler, PhD, RN, RVT
School of Nursing, University of Washington
Pat DeLeon, PHD, JD
Former Chief of Staff for Senator Daniel Inouye