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DECEMBER

6-7 The 4th Annual Evidence-Based Practice Conference, "Translating Research Evidence into Best Practice," sponsored by the University of Rochester School of Nursing, in Rochester, NY; call G. Lewis, 585/275-7376, or visit www.urmc.rochester.edu/son/ebp.

FEBRUARY

1-5 "50 Years On: From the Double Helix to Molecular Medicine" the 2003 Miami Nature Biotechnology Winter Symposium, sponsored by the University of Miami, Nature Publishing Group, and others, in Miami Beach, FL; http://www.med.miami.edu/mnbws/.

16-21 "The Impact of Global Issues on Women and Children," in Bangkok,Thailand, sponsored by McMaster University, Ontario; contact Dr. B. Majumdar, 905/525-9140, x27533, www.fhs.mcmaster.ca.slru.

MARCH

13-15 "Nurses and Health: A Global Future" sponsored by Sigma Theta Tau International, in Sorrento, Italy; call 317/634-8171; www.nursingsociety.org.

14-16 "Weekend Immersion in Nursing Informatics," sponsored by the University of South Florida, in Tampa, FL; contact Dr. R Gorzka, pgorzka@hsc.usf.edu, or S. Newbold, snewbold@umaryland.edu.

APRIL

4-5 "New Pedagogies for Nursing Education: Developing the Science of Nursing Education," sponsored by the National League for Nursing, in Minneapolis, MN; call G. Fraser, 800-669-1656, x 210; www.nln.org.

10-12 "Responding to Societal Imperatives Through Discovery and Innovation" the 36th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference, sponsored by the Western Institute of Nursing, in Scottsdale, AZ; call 503/494-0869; www.ohsu.edu/son-win.

26-29 "Taking Partnerships to a New Level: Achieving Outcomes, Sustaining Change," sponsored by the Center for the Health Professions, in San Diego, CA; http://futurehealth.ucsf.edu/ccph/national conference.html.

27-29 "Using Technology to Meet Health Care Challenges" the 21st Annual International Nursing Computer and Technology Conference, sponsored by Rutgers University College of Nursing, in Orlando, FL; http://nursing.rutgers.edu/cpd.

Nursing Education Perspectives will gladly announce your events. Please contact Leslie Block, Managing Editor, National League for Nursing, 61 Broadway, New York NY 10006; fax 212/812-0393; allow ample lead time before your event.
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