Women Impacting Healthcare Conference 2015

Women Impacting Healthcare - Broadening Our Leadership 

November 6, 2015 Minneapolis, MN

The University of Minnesota’s 4th annual full-day Women Impacting Healthcare conference, Broadening Our Leadership, is designed for women professionals in healthcare and offers unique lessons and learning opportunities for high-performing leaders. The day’s sessions will focus around diverse communities, global initiatives, and international care. Attendees can expect keynote presentations and table discussions that are tightly focused on international strategies and best practices, within a conference format that is rich in collaboration and attendee/presenter interaction.

In addition to the high-quality educational offerings, the day’s agenda will include numerous networking opportunities among attendees holding high-ranking titles. 


2015 Conference Learning Objectives:
- Describe our mission to affect change on a broad scale, while upholding our personal values.
- Identify our own leadership legacy to influence our communities and across the globe.
- Discuss various global health practices and how we can make a difference as leaders.

Early Bird - $250 (By October 1)    Regular - $300     UM Student, Faculty, Staff - $150

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Conference Vision
The Women Impacting Healthcare conference is a collaborative opportunity for women across the entire spectrum of health care professions to gather, continue their leadership journey, and network with colleagues to build a better patient experience. 

Conference Partners

Conference Location

This event will take place in the McNamara Alumni Center, Johnson Great Room. The McNamara Alumni Center, 200 Oak St. SE, is located on the East Bank of the University of Minnesota campus across from Williams Arena and TCF Bank Stadium.
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