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NFN Labor Academy & AFT Healthcare Professional Issues Conference
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The Oregon Nurses Association is proud to send ten nurse members to the 2014 National Federation of Nurses (NFN) National Labor Academy and AFT Healthcare Professional Issues Conference held in Baltimore, MD on May 8-10, 2014. The conference is a great opportunity to meet and engage with state, NFN and AFT leadership, as well as, discuss current issues with nurse colleagues, earn continuing education credits, and participate in fun events.

5/8/2014 to 5/10/2014
When: May 8-10, 2014
Where: Hilton Baltimore Hotel & Conference Center
401 W Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD  21201

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The Oregon Nurses Association is proud to send ten nurse members to the 2014 National Federation of Nurses (NFN) National Labor Academy and AFT Healthcare Professional Issues Conference held in Baltimore, MD on May 8-10, 2014. The conference is a great opportunity to meet and engage with state, NFN and AFT leadership, as well as, discuss current issues with nurse colleagues, earn continuing education credits, and participate in fun events.

The 2014 NFN National Labor Academy will be a rejuvenating and rich opportunity to network with colleagues from around the country who share the same issues and concerns about the nursing profession, nursing practice as members in a strong union of nurses. As in the past, this year’s NFN Labor Academy promises to present a team of noteworthy speaker and workshop session facilitators who will sharpen nurses understanding of the affordable care act, the political landscape and collective bargaining power to name a few.

The AFT Healthcare Professional Issues Conference is an annual conference where members learn about and discuss issues that affect healthcare workers throughout the country. During this conference there will be many CE workshops presented on various topics and a special conference for new leaders, local presidents, health leaders and activists provided as part of the program. The workshops presented will be accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation and therefore eligible for paid release time if permitted under ONA facility contracts and approved by employers.

More information will be posted on www.NFN.org or www.aft.org/yourwork/healthcare/ as they become available.

If you have any questions or are interested in learning more, contact ONA’s Linda Sidney at Sidney@oregonrn.org  

 

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