The National Rural Health Association will host its 32nd Annual Rural Health Policy Institute February 9-11th, 2021, via NRHA’s virtual platform. Policy Institute is the largest rural advocacy event in the nation and provides NRHA members the opportunity to learn first-hand about the development and implementation of rural health care policy at the federal level. This year’s event will feature key policy makers and health care leaders from the Executive Branch and Congress, as well as a dedicated time to discuss addressing health disparities facing rural communities. Come join rural health care professionals from across the nation as we discuss the critical issues facing rural communities, and don’t miss out on your opportunity to share your voice with the new Administration and 117th Congress.
You can register and find more information about the event by clicking here.
Join the University of Missouri School of Medicine and Missouri Rural Health Association for the Rural Health Workforce Conference to be held April 22-24, 2021, at the Courtyard Marriott, Columbia, Missouri.
The 2nd Annual Rural Health Clinical Congress, a free virtual live CME/CE conference, is just one month away! This unique educational event is designed specifically for clinicians serving patients in rural and underserved communities. It will be held on Saturday, November 21, 2020, in conjunction with NOSORH’s National Rural Health Day. Clinicians can earn up to 5.5 complimentary CME/CE credits by participating.
Join the Population Health Alliance (PHA) on Oct. 27-28 for the 2020 Innovation Summit and Capitol Caucus: Emerging Population Health Management Strategies in Our New Era of Health Care. This conference will gather key health policy and healthcare leaders for two days of education and networking. The summit, hosted virtually, will also present PHA’s best path forward for improving health outcomes and driving affordability. Join us for inspiring keynotes, roundtables, the annual PHA membership meeting, and innovative virtual networking opportunities.
Your opportunity to learn about effective models, policies, research, and information focused on the many issues confronted by clinics, CAHs and their rural communities is now a virtual event Sept. 22-25.
Trauma that is likely to result in disability, disfigurement, or loss of function long after the acute condition has been treated, can pose significant ethical questions, especially as they relate to initial care planning. Specifically, these cases highlight difficult ethical questions related to pain management, decision-making capacity, personhood, and resource allocation. This conference will not only specifically address the ethics of burn care, but also explore the clinical and policy dimensions of caring for patients who have experienced severe trauma which will likely result in significant, long-lasting social and physical limitations.
Burn faculty, fellows, residents, ARNPs/PAs, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Registered Nurses and Social Workers
Activity approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
CE Credit awarded by the University of Missouri
Sinclair School of Nursing
Additional CE(s) may be available as the program develops, please check our website for updates.
PRESENTED BY: University of Missouri Health Care – Burn and Wound Program | MU Center for Health Ethics | MU School of Medicine | MU Center for Continuing Medical Education & Physician Lifelong Learning | MU Sinclair School of Nursing | MU Extension
Your opportunity to learn about effective models, policies, research, and information focused on the many issues confronted by clinics, Critical Access Hospitals and their rural communities is now a virtual event Sept. 22-25.