Don’t miss Open Health‘s 5th Annual Conference, Open Talks on Friday, October 18 at L’Auberge Casino & Hotel in Baton Rouge. The conference theme this year is health equity and will feature presenters from across the country and locally speaking about health equity among the Aging, Women’s Health, and LGBTQ populations. As in year’s past the day’s coursework will provide five educational units for nurses, social workers and LPC’s. Plus, the conference gives opportunities for attendees to network with colleagues and vendors so they can gain the information, skills, and resources needed to advocate for their patients.
Duane Reynolds, MHA, President and CEO, Institute for Diversity and Health Equity and Vice-President of the American Hospital Association will keynote. He will speak on the Health Equity Imperative: Best Practice Strategies for Improving Care in Vulnerable Patient Populations
5th Annual Open Talks Health Conference
Theme: Health Equity
3 Tracks: LGBTQ, Women’s Health, Aging
Approved for 5 CEUs for nurses, social workers and LPCs
Fees for licensed professionals is $75 and unlicensed professionals is $40.
Fees include CEUs, breakfast and lunch.
Meet vendors and network with colleagues
See the full agenda and register at www.ohcc.org/education.