Final Countdown Begins: LEAD Health Care Conference Is Next Week!

Only a few days remain to register for the LEAD Health Care Conference, which will convene next Thursday in Raleigh. Don’t miss this educational opportunity (over 10 hours of CME is available); the chance to connect and reconnect with your colleagues from throughout the state and a time to have fun and explore our capital city (watch a light-hearted look at what fun is available during the conference).

A few highlights of the conference include:

  • More than 30 speakers presenting on topics ranging from physician burnout to the current political scene to unconscious bias in health care and more. See who all will be speaking.
  • A chance to hear what’s on the mind of our future health care leaders as the 2018 Leadership College scholars each give at 10-minute MedTalk revealing findings from their year-long projects. Learn more about MedTalks.
  • Enjoy dinner at the landmark Angus Barn Pavilion – a time to relax with colleagues over delicious food.
  • Kick up your heels and celebrate health care leaders at our LEADership Dinner. The culmination of the conference and a chance to dance the night away to the swinging sounds of the Russ Wilson & His Famous Orchestra.

Register now before it’s too late!

A special shout out to our sponsors: Carolina Complete Health and Medical Mutual Insurance Company, our premier sponsors; Smith Anderson, gold sponsor and Emtiro Health, silver sponsor.

 

 

 

Note: If you have already registered, please bring donations for the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, which will have a truck parked at the conference hotel to collect food and other supplies for those affected by the recent hurricane as well as others who need help. Here is a list of suggested items to donate.

 
 

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