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WCMEW conference on team-based care initiatives Nov. 12

The Wisconsin Council on Medical Education & Workforce (WCMEW) is presenting Building a Culture for Patient-Centered Team Based Care in Wisconsin Dells, Wednesday, Nov. 12. This one-day event at the Wilderness Resort, from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., will showcase a dozen health care teams representing health care organizations throughout Wisconsin and the patient-centered, team-based work in which they are currently involved.

Maureen Smith, MD, MPH, PhD, and Andy Anderson, MD, MBA, are the two keynote presenters. There is also an opportunity for attendees to engage in discussions about how cooperation and integration among health care professionals leads to continuous improvement of patient care.

Physicians, nurse leaders, nursing staff, pharmacists, physical therapists, physician assistants, advanced practice registered nurses, social workers, administrative leaders and any other health care staff who design and support team based care initiatives are all encouraged to attend.

The registration deadline is Oct. 31, and registrations can be made online. Click here for the brochure, which includes registration information for individuals, groups and students, as well as lodging information.

Click here to register. For conference and registration questions please e-mail Chris Rasch or call him at 608-442-3791.

WCMEW is a multi-stakeholder organization that includes the Wisconsin Medical Society and whose purpose is to facilitate strategies to assure an adequate supply of health care providers to meet the needs of Wisconsin citizens today and into the future.

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