23rd Annual NCSB Conference

(See preconference flyer)

2010 Conference - Santa Fe, New Mexico - October 14-16, 2010

NCSB Brochure 2010page 1, page 2
Conference Program – Friday, October 15 to Saturday, October 16, 2010
Board Training – Thursday, October 14, 2010 (see Training Outline)
Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza, 100 Sandoval St., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Room Rates: $86.00, Single or double
Phone reservations – Call the hotel directly at 800-336-3676 toll free or 505-988-2811 or General Reservations at 800-HILTONS (800-445-8667). Individuals must identify themselves as being with the NCSB conference.
Cut-off date for making hotel reservations is September 13, 2010.

The Hotel: The recent $1.5 million renovation of this beloved Hilton Santa Fe, New Mexico downtown hotel has restored the ambiance that existed over 375 years ago, when the Ortiz Hacienda occupied the entire city block. A lovely New Mexico courtyard oasis with poolside fireplace and hot tub await each guest. Bask in the comfort of this hotel with its trademark ultra-comfortable beds, flat-screen TV’s, ergonomic chairs, and a modern work desk. Guests will also enjoy room service, wireless internet access, a fitness center, valet and concierge. All rooms feature the Hilton Serenity Bed and Amenity Collections. All rooms offer coffee & tea service, ironing board, robes, hair dryer and make up mirror. The Hilton of Santa Fe hotel is set on historic grounds, located just two blocks from the famous downtown Santa Fe Plaza. Explore the city’s unique collection of winding avenues and one-way roads on foot. Browse nearly 100 different galleries, featuring paintings, sculptures, and Native American crafts. Savor eclectic New Mexico style restaurants – each unique in flavor and ambience, humming with the rhythms of Spanish guitar, flamenco, blues and jazz. You will be just 16 miles from the ski basin, minutes from legendary golf courses, and steps away from the thriving culture of the downtown area.

Note: All public facilities in Santa Fe, including hotels and restaurants, are non-smoking as per local ordinance. Based on this ordinance, the Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza is a 100% non-smoking hotel. However, the hotel provides a smoking area that is outside of the hotel for the convenience of its guests and their visitors.

See http://www.santafe.org/ for information about Santa Fe.

Parking: The $15 per day fee is waived.

Check-in time is 4:00 pm and check-out is 12:00 pm.

Airport: Santa Fe is located in Northern New Mexico, an hour’s drive north of Albuquerque. Fly into the Alburquerque International Sunport (ABQ).

Ground Transportation: The most economical ground transportation from the Albuquerque airport to Santa Fe is Sandia Shuttle Express, toll free 888-775-5696. Fares are $25 per person one way and $45 per person round trip. (Taxi service is $110 to $165 one way.) Advance reservations is recommended for Sandia Shuttle Express. Reservations are required to guarantee a seat, but walk-on passengers are welcome if space is available. On-line reservations must be made 24 hours prior to the shuttle trip: http://www.sandiashuttle.com.  Telephone reservations can be made up to one hour before shuttle trip. At the Albuquerque International Airport, the Sandia Shuttle Express check-in counter is located inside the airport on the Baggage Claim Level across from Southwest’s Baggage Carousel #3. The check-in counter is staffed by customer service representatives between 9:45 am and 7:45 pm seven days a week. Beyond these hours, the shuttle drivers staff the check-in counter approximately 30 minutes before each departure.

CONFERENCE FEES (include continental breakfast and lunch on Friday and all breaks):

  • One individual from an NCSB member state - $295.00
  • More than one individual from an NCSB member state - $250.00 each
  • Individual from a nonmember state - $495.00
  • Exhibitor (includes one conference registration - $450.00
  • Training for Board Members - $195.00 (includes lunch, breaks and NCSB Reference Manual)

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LIST OF PREVIOUS CONFERENCES
1987 "Perspectives on Licensure" New Orleans
1988 "Prospective on Licensure" Rockville, MD.
1989 "The Past, Present and Future" Bethesda, MD.
1990 "The Consumer and Licensure" Kansas City, MO.
1991 "Ethics and Licensure" ASHA, Rockville, MD.
1992 "Evolving Scope of Practice and State Licensure - A Volatile Mix" Denver, CO.
1993 "Licensure: Professional Preparation for An Evolving Scope of Practice" Memphis, TN
1994 "Licensure: Consumer Advocacy through Health Care Reform" Arlington, VA.
1995 "Licensure Boards: Vision and Directions" Austin, TX.
1996 "Change: Victim or Agent" Baltimore, MD
1997 "Licensure: Professional Controversies" New Orleans, LA
1998 "The Evolution of Service Delivery and Licensure" Charleston, SC
1999 "Legal Issues in the Regulation & Practice of Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology" Wilmington, NC 2000 "Board Member Relationships" San Diego, CA
2001 "Ethical Issues and Challenges in Practice and Regulation in the 21th Century" Pittsburgh, PA
2002 "Technology in the New Millennium" St. Louis, MO
2003 "Evolving Standards & Winning Compliance" Minneapolis, MN
2004 "Changing Standards: A Dilemma for Regulatory Boards" Santa Fe, NM
2005 "Regulatory Crossroads: Disciplinary Actions, Trends, and Challenges" Cincinnati, OH
2006 "Boundaries, Borders and Boards: Contemporary Regulatory Issues" Atlanta, GA
2007 “Rollin’ on the River: Response to Regulatory Issues” San Antonio, TX
2008 "Professional Licensure 2008: A Capital Event" Vienna, VA (Washington DC area)
2009 "Current Trends in Licensure and All That Jazz" New Orleans, LA

23rd Annual NCSB Conference

(See preconference flyer)

2010 Conference - Santa Fe, New Mexico - October 14-16, 2010

NCSB Brochure 2010 – page 1, page 2
Conference Program – Friday, October 15 to Saturday, October 16, 2010
Board Training – Thursday, October 14, 2010 (see Training Outline)
Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza, 100 Sandoval St., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Room Rates: $86.00, Single or double
Phone reservations – Call the hotel directly at 800-336-3676 toll free or 505-988-2811 or General Reservations at 800-HILTONS (800-445-8667). Individuals must identify themselves as being with the NCSB conference.
Cut-off date for making hotel reservations is September 13, 2010.

The Hotel: The recent $1.5 million renovation of this beloved Hilton Santa Fe, New Mexico downtown hotel has restored the ambiance that existed over 375 years ago, when the Ortiz Hacienda occupied the entire city block. A lovely New Mexico courtyard oasis with poolside fireplace and hot tub await each guest. Bask in the comfort of this hotel with its trademark ultra-comfortable beds, flat-screen TV’s, ergonomic chairs, and a modern work desk. Guests will also enjoy room service, wireless internet access, a fitness center, valet and concierge. All rooms feature the Hilton Serenity Bed and Amenity Collections. All rooms offer coffee & tea service, ironing board, robes, hair dryer and make up mirror. The Hilton of Santa Fe hotel is set on historic grounds, located just two blocks from the famous downtown Santa Fe Plaza. Explore the city’s unique collection of winding avenues and one-way roads on foot. Browse nearly 100 different galleries, featuring paintings, sculptures, and Native American crafts. Savor eclectic New Mexico style restaurants – each unique in flavor and ambience, humming with the rhythms of Spanish guitar, flamenco, blues and jazz. You will be just 16 miles from the ski basin, minutes from legendary golf courses, and steps away from the thriving culture of the downtown area.

Note: All public facilities in Santa Fe, including hotels and restaurants, are non-smoking as per local ordinance. Based on this ordinance, the Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza is a 100% non-smoking hotel. However, the hotel provides a smoking area that is outside of the hotel for the convenience of its guests and their visitors.

See http://www.santafe.org/ for information about Santa Fe.

Parking: The $15 per day fee is waived.

Check-in time is 4:00 pm and check-out is 12:00 pm.

Airport: Santa Fe is located in Northern New Mexico, an hour’s drive north of Albuquerque. Fly into the Alburquerque International Sunport (ABQ).

Ground Transportation: The most economical ground transportation from the Albuquerque airport to Santa Fe is Sandia Shuttle Express, toll free 888-775-5696. Fares are $25 per person one way and $45 per person round trip. (Taxi service is $110 to $165 one way.) Advance reservations is recommended for Sandia Shuttle Express. Reservations are required to guarantee a seat, but walk-on passengers are welcome if space is available. On-line reservations must be made 24 hours prior to the shuttle trip: http://www.sandiashuttle.com.  Telephone reservations can be made up to one hour before shuttle trip. At the Albuquerque International Airport, the Sandia Shuttle Express check-in counter is located inside the airport on the Baggage Claim Level across from Southwest’s Baggage Carousel #3. The check-in counter is staffed by customer service representatives between 9:45 am and 7:45 pm seven days a week. Beyond these hours, the shuttle drivers staff the check-in counter approximately 30 minutes before each departure.

CONFERENCE FEES (include continental breakfast and lunch on Friday and all breaks):

  • One individual from an NCSB member state - $295.00
  • More than one individual from an NCSB member state - $250.00 each
  • Individual from a nonmember state - $495.00
  • Exhibitor (includes one conference registration - $450.00
  • Training for Board Members - $195.00 (includes lunch, breaks and NCSB Reference Manual)

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LIST OF PREVIOUS CONFERENCES
1987 "Perspectives on Licensure" New Orleans
1988 "Prospective on Licensure" Rockville, MD.
1989 "The Past, Present and Future" Bethesda, MD.
1990 "The Consumer and Licensure" Kansas City, MO.
1991 "Ethics and Licensure" ASHA, Rockville, MD.
1992 "Evolving Scope of Practice and State Licensure - A Volatile Mix" Denver, CO.
1993 "Licensure: Professional Preparation for An Evolving Scope of Practice" Memphis, TN
1994 "Licensure: Consumer Advocacy through Health Care Reform" Arlington, VA.
1995 "Licensure Boards: Vision and Directions" Austin, TX.
1996 "Change: Victim or Agent" Baltimore, MD
1997 "Licensure: Professional Controversies" New Orleans, LA
1998 "The Evolution of Service Delivery and Licensure" Charleston, SC
1999 "Legal Issues in the Regulation & Practice of Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology" Wilmington, NC 2000 "Board Member Relationships" San Diego, CA
2001 "Ethical Issues and Challenges in Practice and Regulation in the 21th Century" Pittsburgh, PA
2002 "Technology in the New Millennium" St. Louis, MO
2003 "Evolving Standards & Winning Compliance" Minneapolis, MN
2004 "Changing Standards: A Dilemma for Regulatory Boards" Santa Fe, NM
2005 "Regulatory Crossroads: Disciplinary Actions, Trends, and Challenges" Cincinnati, OH
2006 "Boundaries, Borders and Boards: Contemporary Regulatory Issues" Atlanta, GA
2007 “Rollin’ on the River: Response to Regulatory Issues” San Antonio, TX
2008 "Professional Licensure 2008: A Capital Event" Vienna, VA (Washington DC area)
2009 "Current Trends in Licensure and All That Jazz" New Orleans, LA

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