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We're Coming to the NYONEL 2019 Annual Meeting!

Posted on: February 26, 2019

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Later this month, Mitch and Haley, both members of the Barton Healthcare Staffing team, will be attending NYONEL's 27th Annual Meeting and Leadership Conference.

We're excited to help further provide tools for nurse leaders to develop initiatives and address important priorities of the Campaign for Action, including improving access to care by working to the full extent of nurse education and training, transforming nurse education and promoting nurse leadership. 

This event is full of exciting workshops, panels, poster sessions and guest speakers and offers 12.0 CE credits to attendees, accredited by ANCC. Keynote speakers include Kimberly Glassman, PhD., RN, NEA-BC, FAAN and Peter Buerhaus, PhD, RN, FAAN.

NYONEL 27th Annual Meeting and Leadership Conference

New York Organization of Nurse Executives and Leaders: Shaping the Future of Nursing - Advancing Health in New York State

Westchester Marriott
670 White Plains Road
Tarrytown, NY 10591
March 17-19, 2019

About NYONEL

The New York Organization of Nurse Executives and Leaders (NYONEL) represents the integrated voice of nursing leaders with the vision to influence the future of healthcare in New York and beyond. NYONEL members represent health care organizations, institutes of higher learning, and health-related agencies and businesses. For more information about this event, visit the NYONEL event page or check out their event on Facebook.

Got a second to spare? Stop by our booth, we hope to see you there!

Can't make it to NYONEL 2019? Contact an account manager today to learn more about Barton Healthcare Staffing.

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About BHS Team

Barton Healthcare Staffing focuses on building a broad network of quality nursing and allied health clinicians — One relationship at a time. Our team partners with a variety of healthcare settings throughout the country to place medical professionals in temporary positions.