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2013 Schlicting Professional Conference


March 22, 2013
United Way Community Resource Center

50 Waugh Dr., Houston, TX 77007

Click here to dowload the full conference brochure.

Early Registration:

Conference w/CEUs $75
Conference Only $50
Full Time Student (w/ID) $20

Regular Registration (March 16 or later):

Conference w/CEUs $100
Conference Only $75
Full Time Student (w/ID) $35

Cancellation Policy:
If unable to attend, a replacement may be sent. No refunds will be given. For questions and group rates, call 713.314.1313.

This conference provides 6.5 CNE credits, including 1.0 ethics credit and 0.5 pharmacology credit. The University of Texas, School of Nursing at Houston is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Texas Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

This conference has been approved for 6.5 CE contact hours, including 2.0 ethics credits, for Social Workers by H.I.S Cornerstone

Online Registration Form: Step One

To register online please fill out the following form.

Your name, address, a phone number (either work or home), and email are required for contact purposes.

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Conference Registration Options

Registration Type:

Conference with CEU'S -- $100
Conference only -- $75
Full Time Student (w/ID) -- $35

Type of CEU Requested:

Nursing
Social Work

Please rate your preferred topics for Spotlight Session A (10:00 a.m.):
1 being the one you most want to attend and 4 being the least preferred topic




Please rate your preferred topics for Spotlight Session B (1:15 p.m.):
1 being the one you most want to attend and 4 being the least preferred topic




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