The Oakland University School of Nursing will host a two-day health care symposium where particpants will discuss how advanced technology, interdisciplinary partnerships and entrepreneurship are transforming nursing education and improving health care for all. The envision conference will feature prominent leaders and expert panelists in these critical and rapidly changing areas.
The conference will be held October 17-19 at the Embassy Suites in Troy, MI.
For more information on the envision conference or to register, go to www2.oakland.edu/nursing/symposium.cfm.
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