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Northern Colorado Health
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
2nd Annual Nurse Well Being Conference presented by the Industry-Education Nursing Consortium of the Northern Colorado Health Sector Partnership to inspire and support nurses.
“A nurse will always give us hope, an angel with a stethoscope.” – Carrie Latet
The Northern Colorado Health Sector Partnership is pleased to announce the session topics and wellness activities for the Nurse Well Being Conference taking place on Tuesday, February 13, 2024, from 7am – 3pm, at Aims Community College Welcome Center in Greeley, CO. The conference will inspire and support current nurses, nurse aides, nursing students, and inactive nurses in Larimer and Weld Counties.
Onsite wellness activities: massage chairs, therapy dogs, and more!
Resources for your wellness and well being to continue using after the event
A delicious warm breakfast and lunch
Access to all speaking sessions
Featuring Keynote Speaker:
Jean Watson, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN, LL (AAN) - Mature Nursing & Caring Science: Transforming self and system through Caritas Theory and Love
And supporting session speakers:
Paul Hooten, MA, LPC and Kevin Darnell - Workplace Violence Prevention in Healthcare
Jovanna Brunner, MPH - Learned Optimism
Lisa Marini - Self Investment in Personal Care
Cost to attend: $25 | Scholarship registrations are available by request to firstname.lastname@example.org
More information and registration at: Registration: https://www.nocohealthsector.org/event-details-registration/nurse-well-being-conference-2024
More than 200 nurses are expected to attend the 2nd annual Nurse Well Being Conference, with the goal to energize, inspire and refresh the souls of care providers who have given so much to their patients, family members, coworkers, and community.
Thank you to the 2024 Nurse Well Being Conference Sponsors:
Gold - McKee Wellness Foundation
Silver - Aims Community College, Banner Health, UCHealth
Bronze - Centennial Area Health Education Center, City of Fort Collins Economic Health, City of Loveland, Columbine Health Systems, Front Range Community College Foundation, High Plains Library District, Town of Windsor Economic Development, University of Northern Colorado Nursing School
Booth - Employment Services of Weld County, Grand Canyon University, Pepsi, Women's Clinic of Northern Colorado
For more information contact: Northern Colorado Health Sector Partnership – email@example.com