This is an informal event where you have the opportunity to meet nurse leaders and colleagues representing a variety of work areas.Please see below for a list of some of the nurse leaders. If you want something more substantial, come early to Heartwood and grab a meal (they have great fresh organic food! WHEN: Thursday, March 3 @ 6pm WHERE: Heartwood Community Café, 317 E Broadway, Vancouver PRICES: Xi Eta members (with up-to-date membership dues) and BSN students = Non-members and inactive members (lapsed membership dues) = SIGN UP HERE: When the time is up for that 15 minute round, a bell will ring indicating to move on to your next one-on-five conversation; this will be indicated on your unique ‘speed dating’ card.The groups will change so you will get to mix and mingle with different groups of participants as well as each speaker. • Introductions to the Event and Speakers • - ‘Speed dating’ (4 rounds @ 15 minutes each) • - Mix and Mingle Invited Speakers As Vice President of Professional Practice and Chief Clinical Information Officer, Barb Lawrie oversees professional practice across VCH and provides leadership to clinicians to achieve the essential “clinical transformation” within our Clinical and Systems Transformation (CST) project.The National Survey of Children with Special Healthcare Needs has determined that 11.2 million U. children are at risk for chronic physical, developmental, behavioral, or emotional conditions.These students may require health-related services in schools (U. Department of Health and Human Services, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, 2013).Her interests include the integration of Informatics in undergraduate education, and the impact of educational technologies on nursing student’s clinical judgment and decision-making at the point of care.
The card will assign you to a group of 5 participants with one speaker.The time required is less than that associated with the RN, registered nurse, degree.It’s possible to obtain an RN degree through an associate’s program or through a bachelor’s program.Barb also serves as the executive lead for the Regional Surgical Program, working with our Surgical Medical Directors and Operational Directors to advance surgical access and quality across VCH and Providence Health Care.Barb has previously worked as Executive Director of Clinical Education and Collaborative Practice, as well as at Providence where she was Director of Professional Practice and Nursing.