SESSION SLIDES NOW AVAILABLE FOR MEMBERS ACCESS NOW
KEVIN ASP - INBOUND MARKETING ("HPN TALK")
Learn how to take advantage of inbound marketing to attract new members to your association - Kevin Asp's excellent "HPN Talk" covers everything from answering the right questions to converting web traffic to membership. Real world relevance: AAST's membership numbers have increased for the first time in five years in only ten months time.
ITZHAK YANOVITZKY, PhD - REIMAGINING THE AUDIENCE
Associate Professor of the School of Communication & Information at Rutgers University, Itzhak Yanovitzky is an expert in the areas of strategic health communication, behavior change, and program evaluation. His detailed slides examine how strategic communication can get closer to real behavioral change for patients.
MICHELLE WASHKO, PhD - TRENDS IMPACTING THE HEALTH CARE WORKFORCE
Looking for the latest on workforce issues? Michelle Washko, Deputy Director of the National Center for Health Workforce Analysis presented the latest on the trends impacting the workforce including opportunities and challenges for Allied Health occupations.
On Wednesday, July 15, HPN held a conference call with representatives of the Department of Labor to discuss updating the original HPN-sponsored competency model with the results of the crosswalk presented at the Grand Rapids meeting.
The recipient of the Health Professions Network Scholarship through HOSA-Future Health Professionals has been announced! Read more.
HPN met in Grand Rapids, April 8-10, to discuss Competencies in Healthcare. Members can now access summaries of sessions at the meeting in the file archives!
Students: Watch this video before you enroll in a health professions program!
Please donate now to the HPN Janell Lang Memorial Scholarship.
The Health Professions Network (HPN) is a nationwide collaborative group of organizations representing leading health professions associations, accrediting agencies, and educational institutions, as well as federal and state workforce analysts and licensing and certification bodies.
A wide range of health professions make up the HPN and encompass the majority of approximately 200 different positions in health care, including athletic trainers, clinical laboratory scientists, diagnostic medical sonographers, medical assistants, music therapists, physician assistants, radiologic technologists, respiratory therapists, and more.
The allied health professions are the core of HPN. These fast-growing fields represent about 60 percent of the health care workforce and about 6 million jobs.
Communication, consensus, and advocacy on behalf of allied health professionals.