The National Network of Health Career Programs in Two-Year Colleges is an organization composed of health education leaders from across the nation from two-year colleges. It is the ONLY interdisciplinary professional organization serving two-year colleges and programs. We are dedicated to:
Promoting and encouraging innovation, collaboration, cooperation, and communication with two-year colleges sponsoring health career programs
Developing new leaders in health career education
Expressing and advocating the interests of health career programs in two-year colleges (i.e., accreditation issues, practice issues, federal policy issues, etc.)
Working collaboratively with other professional communities of interest to further policy related to health career education and higher education in general.
Please plan on joining us for the 2015 Annual Conference, scheduled for October 6 - 8 in Richmond, Virginia. Stay tuned to the 2015 conference page for updated conference information.The call for proposals and registration and hotel information will be posted by the beginning of March.
CAAHEP Annual Meeting 2015:
2015 CAAHEP Annual Meeting
Please join us for the 2015 CAAHEP Annual Meeting, April 19-20, 2015, in Kansas City, Missouri. This year's theme is "Partnering to Achieve Quality Outcomes." The meeting will be held at the Intercontinental Kansas City at the Plaza. While the agenda is still being finalized, we are pleased to announced that Dr. Anthony J. Silvagni, Dean, NOVA Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine, will be our Keynote Speaker. In addition, there will be a session by Elise Scanlon, Esq., on Transparency, Accountability and Other Issues at the Federal Level, an update on the H2P Outcomes by Marianne Krismer, and a program on Preparing for the "Silver Tsunami" - How to Incorporate Geriatric Issues into Allied Health Curriculum, by Cecilia Rokusek of NOVA Southeastern University. The full agenda will be available after the first of the year. Watch the CAAHEP website for updates and registration information.
Concerned about degree creep? AACC has posted a policy brief on the need for and importance of Associate Degree Nursing Programs. Click here for more information
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