If advocacy is important to your association, a Capitol Hill Day event is a great way to generate excitement, unify and engage your members, and promote your association’s legislative priorities. Here are some tips for executing a successful Hill Day event that will take your association’s advocacy to the next level.
I was fortunate to have been able to join 6,000+ association colleagues and professionals in Chicago for the ASAE 2018 Annual Meeting this past summer.
The Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society™ (WOCN®) worked collaboratively with key leaders in the field of ostomy care, including Society volunteers and industry staff, to create the Peristomal Skin Assessment Guide for Clinicians and Consumers (PSAG). These are innovative web-based educational resources for clinicians who treat adult patients with ostomies and consumers (patients) with ostomies looking to improve their day-to-day comfort and stoma/skincare management.
We can all likely relate to that feeling of being overwhelmed and out of control when it comes to dealing with the many issues that come our way each day in the association world. Our email inboxes are perpetually being bombarded with items that require action, issues that require decision making and requests that require consideration. This is particularly true for our board presidents and executive directors.