October 27, 2007

American College of Nurse Practitioner's 2007 National Clinical Conference.

Clinical Excellence as Political Capital

Overview

Jodie Curtis, Government Relations Director in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, will be presenting at the American College of Nurse Practitioner's 2007 National Clinical Conference.

Nurse Practitioners are poised to provide leadership and direction in an improved health care system. With Congressional mandates for demonstration of health care quality, calls for health care reform, and increasing numbers of uninsured Americans, nurse practitioners will be called upon to use their problem solving and decision making skills in the policy arena. This session will focus on strategies that nurse practitioners can use to translate clinical excellence in political influence.

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Speakers

Photo of Jodie Curtis
Jodie A. Curtis

Executive Vice President, District Policy Group

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