November 04, 2022 - 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM

2022 Southeast Connect Register Now

Location: Sheraton Valley Forge 480 North Gulph Road, King of Prussia, PA 19406

Registration Deadline: November 04, 2022

Overview

HAP’s 2022 Southeast Connect is back in-person! Join us on November 4, 2022 at the Sheraton Valley Forge for the region’s premier health care event. Southeast Connect brings together more than 250 executives, trustees, quality and safety leaders, nurses, and physicians to network, learn, and celebrate the region’s best-of-the-best.

The event begins with a networking and coffee hour, followed by breakfast with keynote speaker and awards presentation. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain new insights from the educational session, connect with peers, and celebrate the break-through patient safety achievements of southeast Pennsylvania hospitals and health systems during the awards presentation.

Speaker Information

Gun violence is a public health crisis—and hospital-based intervention programs can play a powerful role in protecting the safety of patients. During this session you will learn about promising practices in gun violence prevention and explore the causes and the effects of trauma and violence on individuals, communities and organizations. You will have the opportunity to engage with hospital professionals who will share examples of hospital-based violence intervention programs and demonstrate how their organizations are instituting changes to prevent further gun violence and respond to its aftermath, both in their facilities and in their communities.

Keynote Session

Health Care’s Role in Preventing Gun Violence: A Paradigm Shift

Chethan Sathya, MD, MSc, Trauma Surgeon & Director, Center for Gun Violence Prevention, Northwell Health

Chethan Sathya, MD, MSc, is a pediatric trauma surgeon and National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded firearm injury prevention researcher. He serves as director of Northwell Health’s Center for Gun Violence Prevention and oversees the health system’s expansive approach to firearm injury prevention. The largest health system in New York, Northwell has taken a public health approach to gun violence prevention, focusing on key areas such as research, medical education, clinical screening, advocacy and community engagement. Under Dr. Sathya's leadership, the center has leveraged the health system’s diverse patient population and wide reach to implement ground breaking preventative strategies and perform high-level research.

Who Should Attend

Whether you’re a manager, director, senior director, vice president, president, department chair, CEO, CMO, CNO, patient advocate or government relations leader, this is a must-attend event for all professionals involved in advancing the health of their communities and improving quality, safety, and health equity.

Registration Information

Registration Fees:

$750 Table of 8

$125 per person (HAP General Member)

$199 per person (HAP Associate Member)

$399 per person (Non-Member)

Cancellation Policy

Registrants are responsible for the full registration fee if cancellation is received after Friday, October 28. There is a $25 administrative fee on all cancellations. Cancellations must be in writing. No-shows will be billed. Substitutions are permissible.

 

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