So, you want to get involved in CRNA advocacy, but you don't know how. Or, you want to be involved, but you don't want to be the actual person doing the advocating. That's okay! Kimberly Gordon, faculty member at Wake Forest School of Medicine, is here to share her insights into CRNA state advocacy. We'll talk about how to build positive relationships with legislators, the importance of partnering with other associations, and the advantages of forming an independent expenditure. But most importantly, we'll talk about how you can get involved and how you can get others to join in.
June 27, 2019