Meeting/Event Information

The Who, What, Why of Nurse Licensure Compact in Indiana

April 11, 2019
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
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St. Luke's United Methodist Church (Enter Door 6)
100 W. 86th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46260

Learning objectives:

  1. Give an Overview of Indiana’s legislative process
  2. Review of the Interstate Nurse Licensure Compact
  3. What Nurse Licensure Compact means for Indiana nurses and case managers
  4. Discuss health care legislation that is likely to be introduced in the 2019 legislative session
  5. How to serve as an advocate with state and national elected officials


About the Presenter

Susan Plough MSN, APRN, BC, CCM

Susan has a diverse background in both Nursing and in Case Management. She is a Board-Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist in Community Health and is currently the Director of Case Management   for St Vincent Heart Center, Cardiovascular Service Line in Indianapolis, IN.  She is also on the Faculty of Indiana University School of Nursing and IU School of Allied Health, where she teaches Health Policy to both RN’s and Allied Health students.   Susan is a Certified Case Manager and active in case management functions at the state and national level.  She is Immediate-past President of the Central Indiana Chapter of Case Management Society of America and Vice Chairman of the CMSA Public Policy Committee.  

*This program has been submitted to CCMC for approval to provide board certified case managers with 1 clock hour CEU.

Social Worker CEUs are informal only.


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$0.00 Onsite - First Time Guest

$20.00 Onsite Attendance - Returning Guest

$25.00 Remote Attendance - Returning Guest