“Bone Connection: Innovations in Orthopaedics,” will be at St. Joseph’s Hospital Education Center (5665 Peachtree Dunwoody Road in Atlanta) from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sponsored by Resurgens Orthopaedics, the event will feature education sessions and a legislative update for nurses by state Rep. Sharon Cooper, R-Marietta, MSN, a nurse who chairs the House Health and Human Services Committee. Nurses may sign up for 6.6 CNE hours. The cost is $95 for regular participants, $90 for attendees with orthopaedic nursing certification or groups of three or more registering at the same time, $65 for Resurgens Orthopaedics employees and $25 for full-time students. Advance registration is required and payment must be received by Oct. 1 to be confirmed. Registration is limited to 100 participants. Refunds will not be given after Oct. 1. For information, contact Mary Jo Satusky at Satuskymj@resurgens.com or 678-341-6789, or go to www.resurgens.com.
“Case Management: Keeping the Wheels of Health Care in Motion” will be at the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Hosted by the Atlanta chapter of the Case Management Society of America and coinciding with national Case Management Week, the conference will feature six continuing education units, exhibitors, speakers and door prizes. The cost is $149. Attendees can register and pay using PayPal. For information, go to www.cmsa-atlanta.org.
The Georgia Nurses Association’s 2013 Professional Development Conference and Membership Assembly will be at the Augusta Marriott. The event will feature continuing education sessions, poster presentations and networking opportunities. Doug Krug, a nationally recognized management consultant and author of “The Missing Piece in Leadership,” will be the keynote speaker. The cost is $289 for members and students, and $459 for nonmembers. For information, go to www.georgianurses.org/conference.htm.
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