2017 Conference Information — What You Need to Know

Portland, Night Out and Tourism Information     Conference Presentation Documents     Conference Updates and Changes     

We are a few days away from our 2017 annual conference — Bridge to Innovative Perinatal Social Work Practice. We look very forward to seeing you all very soon and wanted to share some important information. For what to do or where to eat in Portland, please visit our conference website or Travel Portland

More on our night out event PDX 101 — In addition to food trucks and flowing beverages, we will have live music entertainment featuring singer-songwriter, Corinne Sharlet, and DJ Dev. From mellow folk sounds to down tempo classics, you'll experience Portland full-sound. We hope you’ll join us!  To register for the Night Out event which promises to be super fun, visit us at the conference registration table.

Start your day Portland style! — Yoga will also be offered for the first time at an annual NAPSW conference Thursday and Friday mornings from 6:30 am to 7:30 am. Check your conference binder for more details. 


2017 Conference Documents

All conference presentation powerpoints and notes are provided here.  Click the links to download and print, if you wish. Paper copies of these documents will not be provided at the conference. Please note that some of these files are compressed or zipped.  Once you open or extract the files, you can print out only the ones you wish to have. If you are uncertain how to open a compressed file, there are links below the files to show you how for both Windows based PCS and Macs.  Note: you must be logged into the web site to access these documents.


How To Open Compressed Files Using a Windows Based PC

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Conference Updates 

We’re excited to announce that Dr. Angela Carter will join Amy Penkin in presenting our Saturday session, “Gender Diversity in the Healthcare Setting”.  Dr. Carter is Acting Executive Director of The Equi Institute which provides affordable, excellent, culturally specific, patient empowering health care.Their mission is to empower and improve the health of the LGBTQI2S communities of the Pacific Northwest.  You can read more about Dr. Carter here: http://www.equi-institute.org/staff/.