October 25, 2010

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Venue Change for “Health Care Reform and Emory – A Panel Discussion”
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 “Health Care Reform and Emory – A Panel Discussion”

Join Emory and industry experts for a lively and informative session on what health care reform means for Emory and you. What do you want to know about health care reform? What health care reform means for you as an employee and a patient? What it means for Emory, as an academic health center and an employer? What it means for our community? What impact will the changes in Congress have on the future of health care reform?

Join Us To Learn More

November 03, 2010

2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Woodruff Health Sciences Center Main Auditorium

1440 Clifton Road

(Please note the change of venue. The event will no longer take place in the Claudia Nance Rollins Building.)

New panelist joins the discussion – Michelle Mott, Associate Chief Nursing Officer
Michelle Mott, a certified family nurse practitioner, is associate chief nursing officer at The Emory Clinic. An NIH-funded researcher, she holds faculty appointments at Emory in both nursing and public health. Previously, Mott coordinated the Nurse Practitioner in Emergency Medicine program at Emory University Hospital and Grady Hospital.

Can’t attend the event?
The event is being videotaped and will be available for viewing on the Emory University You Tube page - http://www.youtube.com/emoryuniversity.

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