At Unitek we are committed to instilling in our students the expertise and boldness necessary to thrive in an ever-changing, competitive world,” says Abdel Yosef, Chief Academic Officer at Unitek College.
OAKLAND, Calif. (PRWEB) November 01, 2017
Healthcare providers, educators and suppliers are invited to collaborate on a better future for healthcare at the 2nd Annual Unitek Conference to be held on November 13, 2017 in Oakland, CA.
Raising the bar on tomorrow’s healthcare requires the coordinated efforts of numerous contributors across the fields of education, technology, and healthcare. This includes college administrators, instructors, and students; IT and informatics professionals; clinical administrators and staff; and vendors of all types. In the spirit of pioneering this challenge, Unitek College encourages all interested stakeholders to attend this year’s Unitek Annual Conference: Building a Strong Partnership Between Academia and Healthcare.
The forum will begin with an inspirational keynote address from Senator Bill Frist, MD. Following Senator Frist, a diverse panel of experts and stakeholders will discuss the essential competencies of collaborative partnerships. This will include a focus on two goals from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN):
Goal One: Partner in Preparing the Nurses of the Future
Goal Two: Partner in the Implementation of Accountable Care
In addition, these topics and others will be further explored in breakout sessions, lunch and mingling opportunities. Because technology and informatics play an increasingly important role in healthcare and the process of collaboration, IT faculty and vendors will also be on hand to discuss the applications of technology to facilitate greater collaboration and partnership among academia and healthcare.
“At Unitek we are committed to instilling in our students the expertise and boldness necessary to thrive in an ever-changing, competitive world,” says Abdel Yosef, Chief Academic Officer at Unitek College. “As research and technology progress constantly, we must progress constantly, or we run the risk of falling behind. Only with academia and practice working hand-in-hand can we guarantee future success in the healthcare field. This year’s conference is an opportunity to do precisely that.”
Plan on attending this important event to share your thoughts and ideas with other dedicated healthcare and education professionals, and help identify our roles in achieving our common objectives.
2nd Annual Unitek Conference: Building a Strong Partnership Between Academia and Healthcare
Oakland Hilton Hotel
Monday, November 13, 2017
8:00 am – 4:40 pm
RSVP: (510) 896-7590
Unitek College is one of California’s leading healthcare and nursing colleges, offering a wide range of certificate and degree programs. Taught by current experts, Unitek programs teach the best-practice clinical technique and theory used in the field today. Equipped with a mastery of sought-after skills, Unitek College graduates are prepared to excel in many of the fastest-growing careers in healthcare and nursing. Unitek College also offers one of the most respected IT certification programs for computer and network support technicians.
Lou Cabuhat, M.Ed.
Assistant Dean – Allied Health and Technology &
Director of Faculty Training and Development
4670 Auto Mall Parkway
Fremont, CA 94538
Direct: (510) 896-7590