NAPNAP 2008 - Day Four

I attended the morning session called "Teaching Motivational Interviewing" by Leigh Small, PhD, RN, CPNP-PC and Bonnie Gance-Cleveland, PhD, RNC, PNP. It was exceptional. The slides, videos, and presentation were extremely helpful in all areas of motivating people to change behaviors. I am going to review the handout to make sure I didn't miss anything!

Well, it's a wrap. The conference has come to an end. The Opryland Hotel, speakers, services, exhibits, sponsors, and most of all, the people, made the NAPNAP 2008 conference a huge success. Many educational talks and information on issues affecting the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner filled the days, and there were great people to meet and spend time with in an environment that has lots of things to see and do.

Thanks, NAPNAP!


Jill Gilliland

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