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The Professional Nursing Staff invites you to celebrate National Nurses Week at a special Nursing Networks focused on the latest trends in nursing education and practice at Rush.

Nursing Trends:
Current Approaches to Improving Health

Space is limited – reserve your spot today by emailing the Office of Alumni Relations atalumni@rush.edu.

 

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

5:30p.m.Cocktail Reception
6p.m.Presentation

Rush University Medical Center
Claude H. Searle Conference Center
1725 W. Harrison St., Fifth Floor
Chicago

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For more information, please contactMegan Farrisat
(312) 942-6224oralumni@rush.edu.

 

Discussion Topics
View adetailed biographyof each of our speakers.

Interprofessional education and practice at Rush

Marcia Murphy Headshot

Marcia Murphy, DNP, ANP, FAHA, FPCNA
(MSN ’80, Cert. ’97, DNP ’07),moderator

Diane Gallagher Headshot

Diane Gallagher, MS, RN, NEA-BC
(MSN ’86)

Jan Odiaga

Jan Odiaga, DNP, PC-CPNP
(BSN ’95, DNP ’97)

Steven Rothschild Headshot

Steven Rothschild, MD
Dr. Rothschild will speak in place of Robyn Goldin, LCSW.

Nursing at Rush: An update on initiatives and strategy

Cynthia Barginere Headshot

Cynthia Barginere, RN, DNP, FACHE

Eric Zack Headshot

Eric Zack, DNP, RN, ACNP, BC, AOCN, BMTCN
(MSN ’00, Cert. ’01, DNP ’12)

 


 


 


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