Events Sponsored by the Washington State SSWLHC
SSWLHC Annual Education Event and Vendor Fair
SSWLHC-WA Annual Education Event and Resource Fair
Wed, Apr 25, 2018 at 2:00 PM. Please register online.
Please join the Society for Social Work Leadership in Healthcare Washington Chapter for our Annual Education Event and Resource Fair! This year’s presentations include: “Decisional Capacity Made Simple: A Case Based Approach to Decisional Capacity, Dispositional Capacity & Guardianship” by Shamin Nejad, MD and “Resilience: Essential Skills to Thrive in Changing Times” by Candyce Berger, PhD, MSW. We will be offering 2.5 CEUs, including 1 ethics CEU. As always, we will be joined by our wonderful community partners for a resource fair during the event!
First Speaker: 2:00-3:00pm
Resource Fair: 3:00-4:00pm
Second Speaker: 4:00-5:30pm
THANK YOU to our wonderful major sponsors who make this event happen and help fund a scholarship for a local MSW student focusing on health care social work!
Major Sponsors: The Springs at Pacific Regent Bellevue, Quail Park Memory Care, Kindred at Home, Aegis, Retirement Connection, Careage Home Health, Washington Care Services, Era Living, Choice Advisory, and Crista Senior Living Community.
SSWLHC Leadership Event
May 4th, 2018
The SSWLHC-WA will be hosting the SSWLHC Leadership Institute in Seattle, WA this May! The Institute will take place on Friday May 4th from 8AM-5PM and Saturday, May 5th from 8AM-12: 30 PM. The Leadership Institute (LI) is a unique offering that will bring WA State social workers together to explore and enhance our power to lead change in healthcare settings. The program is appropriate for experienced leaders, developing leaders, formal leaders, and informal leaders. This opportunity will highlight how we can use leadership as a skill rather than a title or a role.
The goals of the LI are to:
-Appreciate, demonstrate and communicate the unique role of social work leaders and leadership in healthcare.
-Identify assumptions about leadership; understand personal leadership styles and competencies.
-Identify core leadership competencies and articulate ways to leverage them to achieve specific goals within their institutions.
-Define and explore the relationship between core social work knowledge, skills and values and the practice of effective leadership behavior by social work professionals.
Please register online here: HTTPS://WALI.EVENTBRITE.COM
Susan Ash-Lee, LCSW, Director of Social Work and Supportive, Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers
Timothy Seay-Morrison, LCSW, ACM, Administrative Director, Clinical Operations Ambulatory Care, Stanford Health Care
Karen Nelson, MSW, MBA, Director of Social Work and Case Management, Stanford Health Care
Friday May 4th
8:00am: Registration opens
More coming soon! 12 CEU’s will be offered!
Continental Breaktfast will be provided on Friday and Saturday. Lunch will be on your own at the Swedish First Hill cafeteria or local restaurants.
Any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Events Sponsored by the Other Organizations
None at this time.