Keys to Unlock the Treasure called Volunteers by Marty Atherton, Volunteer Management Consultant, will guide you in laying a strong foundation on which to build an excellent volunteer program. With information about volunteers in this current economy, the message is timely! This is not just about people donating their time only, but in cultivating relationships so that volunteers also become donors.
Fundraising Realities for Non-Profit Organizations will lead participants through 10 key steps to achieving the most effective fundraising plan for the current economic challenges we all face today.
Advances in Tobacco Cessation and Counseling Reimbursement is a program designed for physicians and clinicians in the field of Primary Care and Obstetrics engaged in tobacco cessation counseling with their patients. This program will highlight the Ask and Act Model of tobacco cessation counseling as developed by the American Association of Family Physicians and will discuss best practices in working with patients to achieve their goals.
Minorities tend to be under represented in many health professions, especially those requiring a bachelors degree or higher. In this interactive session a team of panelists who are minority health professionals will describe their career paths and job roles and share tips for success. Careers represented include medicine, nursing, health education, behavioral health, medical technology, and epidemiology.