On Fri., Jun 26, Belmont University is serving as the primary clinical skills site for the 2009 Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) National Leadership Conference. HOSA is a national student organization with nearly 90,000 members, and its mission is to promote career opportunities in health care. The conference attracts more than 6,000 of the best and brightest HOSA members to attend workshops, meet HOSA members from across the country, and participate in the HOSA competitive events program. Belmont will host several competitive events for conference participants using the health simulation laboratories of the Gordon E. Inman Center. In addition, Dr. Chris Algren, associate dean for the School of Nursing, will present a workshop at the conference for students interested in learning more about the nursing profession.
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