ASHHRA On-Demand ASHHRA20 Virtual Conference

Product Code: 319VIRT20OD

Member: $299.00
Non-Member: $475.00



The on-demand ASHHRA20 virtual conference will deliver a dynamic keynote speaker, innovative breakout sessions, and a variety of opportunities for health care HR professionals like YOU to connect on the most pressing issues facing the health care field.

Sessions Include:
  • Keynote Gloria Goins: When Good Isn’t Good Enough: How Unconscious Bias Harms Patients During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond… Despite Our Good Intentions
  • Become the HR Strategic Partner Your Organization Needs!
  • Technology Trends in the Fight Against Coronavirus
  • Ask an Attorney
  • A Continuous Improvement Approach to HR Redesign
  • New Labor Platform and Its Impact on 2020 Elections, NLRB and Regulatory Changes and Health Care Organizing Trends
  • Thought Leader Forum: How can HR be a Part of the Journey to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion?
  • Strengthening Front-Line Leadership: Benefits of a Nursing Leadership Succession Planning Model
  • Executive Forum: Leading with Flexibility - Lessons Learned from 2020
  • Approachable Leadership
  • Back to Basics: Creating Financial Wellbeing for a Post-COVID-19 Workforce
  • How Do You Stack Up? A Closer Look at HR Benchmarks
  • Nurse to Patient Staffing Ratios: State of the State, Impacts and Drivers
  • The Pursuit of Unparalleled Innovation: Leveraging Innovation and Disruptive Technology to Prepare for the Workforce of the Future…and the Present
  • How Would You Manage a Cyber Attack?
  • Combating Health Care Burnout with a Focus on Wellbeing
  • From Competition to Collaboration: Building Cross-Sector Partnerships to Drive Value and Transform Health
  • Key trends for health care retirement programs in a dynamic and complex industry.
  • COVID-19 Impact on The Nursing Profession: Survey Illuminates a Path Forward
  • Establishing and Maintaining Pay Equity in a Changing Health Care Market Environment
  • Millennials and Gen Z – More Substance than Style: Meeting Millennials’ Financial Needs