2023 MO Advocacy In Action Conference
Wednesday, November 15, 2023 (11:00 AM - 3:45 PM) (CST)
REGISTER NOW for the 2023 MO Advocacy in Action Conference!
The Missouri Nurses Association would like to invite you to participate in the MO Advocacy in Action Conference scheduled for November 15 at Madison's Cafe in Jefferson City, Missouri.
MONA’s 2023 MO Advocacy in Action Conference is designed for nurses interested in learning more about legislative advocacy.
Nurses do more than delegate, dictate, and direct; nurses make change happen. MONA believes it is vital to involve all Missouri nurses in advocacy. Each and every nurse has the potential to make a positive impact on the profession through public policy advocacy for patients, nurses and the nursing profession.
This conference will teach participants to utilize their leadership abilities in the political world. Nurses continue to be the most trusted profession and policymakers listen when nurses speak.
This conference will help nurses speak confidently with one strong voice, insight into the legislative and regulatory processes and empowering nurses to positively impact health care policy through advocacy.
Register now to join your colleagues in Jefferson City!
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Pre-registration is required for participation in the event. No registrations are accepted after November 7, 2023.
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Successful Completion – Attendees must pre-register, participate in all of the educational sessions and complete the online conference evaluation to receive a certificate of completion. The link to the online evaluation will be emailed to participants (to the email address provided at registration) upon conclusion of the activity.
Contact Hours – Participants meeting the successful completion requirements will receive 4.25 contact hours.
Relevant Financial Relationships – No relevant financial relationships were identified for any member of the planning committee or any presenter/author of program content.
4.25 contact hours are available to those who meet the successful completion requirements.
The Midwest Multistate Division is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
What is the Midwest Multistate Division? The Kansas State Nurses Association, Missouri Nurses Association and Nebraska Nurses Association formed a collaborative, namely the Midwest Multistate Division (Midwest MSD), with the goal of promoting efficiencies and growth. As part of this collaborative, the Midwest MSD Professional Development Unit (PD Unit) was formed, which is accredited as an ANCC approver and provider of NCPD, to address the educational needs of nurses in the Midwest region.
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