A student rate of $100 per person is now being offered for the HAH Inaugural Healthcare Conference “Building a Stronger, Healthier Hawaii: Integrate, Innovate & Inspire,” scheduled for Sept. 20 and 21 at the Hawaii Convention Center.
In addition, 11 continuing education hours have been approved for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and social workers. Participants must attend both days of the conference to receive the CEs.
The conference brings together healthcare and social service professionals to foster new partnerships, share skills and knowledge, and generate new ideas for collectively building a stronger, healthier Hawaii.
Participants may choose from four conference tracks:
- Addressing social determinants of health
- Advancing trauma-informed care
- Focusing on behavioral health across the life span
- Integrating primary care and behavioral health
The keynote speakers are (left to right in photo above) Emiliana Simon-Thomas, PhD, science director at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center; Ruben Juarez, PhD, professor of economics and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Economics at the University of Hawaii; Drew Ramsey, MD, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons whose work focuses on the clinical treatment of depression and anxiety; and Kevin B. Kunz, MD, MPH, DFASAM, executive vice president of the American Board of Addiction Medicine, and the Addiction Medicine Foundation.
The cost for HAH members is $300 per person; for non-members, the cost is $350.
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