October 24, 2009

Advocacy & Influence: Making a Difference for Dermatology Nurses and Their Patients

Advocacy & Influence: Making a Difference for Dermatology Nurses and Their Patients

Overview

Washington, D.C., government relations directors Ilisa Halpern Paul and Jodie Curtis spoke to the Dermatology Nurses’ Association (DNA) Board of Directors October 24, 2009 in Philadelphia. Ilisa and Jodie, senior members of the Washington, D.C., Health Government Relations Practice Group, presented "Advocacy & Influence: Making a Difference for Dermatology Nurses and Their Patients” to the DNA Board leadership and co-chairs of the association's Health Policy and Advocacy Committee.

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