Conference Within A Conference!
For advocates, many health care challenges are universal, but all care is local. That's why there are organizations such as WASHAA--the Washington State Health Advocacy Association. WASHAA was the first state-wide advocacy organization and is creating innovative programs and support for advocates locally. Attendees of the NAHAC National Conference in Seattle, WASHAA's home base, are invited to take part in its Fourth Annual Meeting on Friday morning, November 18, from 7:30 AM until noon. NAHAC Attendees and NAHAC members can enjoy a reduced, special rate by registering as a NAHAC Member at registration.
The meeting will highlight national and state-wide trends, report on the Annual Health and Patient Advocate Survey, learn about state-level programs (including WASHAA’s Volunteer Health Advocate Training program) and hear from Washington Advocates in a panel discussion, "What is Health Advocacy and Where Is It Succeeding?" WASHAA Meeting participants will also engage is small group discussion questions: “How do we define health advocacy?” and “Who are advocates?” among four topic questions. Enjoy meeting WA advocates and eating a healthy breakfast!
For registration and program information, visit WASHAA 4th ANNUAL MEETING and remember to use register as a NAHAC Member for special pricing. Participant registration is limited and the early bird rates are only good through October 1, 2016, so don’t delay.
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