Oct. 30, 2003
To: News Directors and News Editors
HEALTH SCIENCES SUMMIT TO BE HELD AT ULM
On Monday, November 10th the University will hold a Health
Sciences Summit that will bring together allied health professionals
from around the state to focus on the future of health care in
Northeast Louisiana. The summit will be held from 9 a.m. to 11:30
a.m. at the University Conference Center on the 7th floor of
the ULM Library.
President of the University of Louisiana at Monroe James Cofer
says because of the substantial increase in ULM's student enrollment
in the pre-professional programs in the College of Health Sciences,
the University is in a position to address the critical shortages
in the health care workforce. The summit will be a forum for
professionals to address the challenge of attracting top manufacturers
who create jobs, so that Louisiana can continue to invest significant
resources in producing highly trained health care workers.
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