Starting With Ourselves: Building Community in the Nursing Profession
Speights 2012 Distinguished Lecture Speaker, Kathleen Bartholomew Kathleen Bartholomew, RN, MN is a nationally acclaimed speaker and renowned author in the nursing profession. In her book, "Ending Nurse to Nurse Hostility" (2006), Kathleen offers the first comprehensive and compassionate look at the etiology, impact and solutions to horizontal violence. Kathleen won the best media depiction of nursing for her Op Editorial in the Seattle P.I. and in 2010 she was nominated by Health Leaders Media as one of the top 20 people changing healthcare in America.

In celebration of 50 years of Nursing Education Excellence 1962-2012, Clark College Nursing is pleased to invite alumni, students and nursing professionals to attend the third presentation of the Speights' Distinguished Lecture, "Starting With Ourselves: Building Community in the Nursing Profession". Ms. Bartholomew will address creating healthy professional relationships, decreasing hostility in the workplace, nurturing nursing leadership and developing the ability to recognize the impact of building community on retention and recruitment.

Saturday, September 15, 2012
8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

CEU's will be available through partnership with Peace Health.