WHA Conference Focuses on Education, Onboarding and Recruitment Trends for APCs, September 13

August 14, 2018

Current trends and best practices for recruitment, onboarding and retention of Advanced Practice Clinicians (APC) will be the focus of a session presented by Kurt Mosley, Vice President for Merritt Hawkins and Staff Care, at the “WHA Advanced Practice Clinician Conference: A Comprehensive Look at APC Practice Challenges and Opportunities for Integrated Care Delivery in Wisconsin,” scheduled for September 13. Mosley will also discuss effective strategies for APC compensation expectations, cultural issues across generations, and provider engagement.

In addition, the day will feature a moderated panel discussion focused on the APC curriculum and programs currently in Wisconsin, the role of hospitals and clinics in APC postgraduate training, and more. Panelists include:

  • Tina DeGroot, Director of Clinical Practice for the UW Madison School of Nursing
  • Sheryl Krause, Chair of the Wisconsin Board of Nursing and Emergency Department Director for Fort Healthcare
  • Tara Streit, President-elect of the Wisconsin Academy of Physician Assistants and Emergency Medicine Specialist for University Hospital
  • Patricia Campbell, Clinical Assistant Professor for Health Professions and Physician Assistant Studies at UW-La Crosse

Share information about this multi-disciplinary conference with your team – administrative leaders, physician leaders, nursing leaders, compliance officer, legal counsel, medical staff services, human resources and recruiting specialists – and encourage them to attend. WHA, along with supporting partners Wisconsin Organization of Nurse Executives (WONE), the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative (RWHC), and the Wisconsin Medical Group Management Association (WMGMA), are pleased to offer this statewide event on September 13 at Glacier Canyon Lodge at The Wilderness Resort in Wisconsin Dells. 

This story originally appeared in the August 14, 2018 edition of WHA Newsletter