top of page

Shauna LaMagna MS, MA, RMA, CCMA

Speaking on: Looking at the future towards an integrative approach to mental health and wellness. 

Shauna has over 20 years of experience as an educator, healthcare professional, and health policy advocate. She is currently the Assistant Professor of Medical Assisting at Montgomery County Community College in Blue Bell. Shauna's most recent work has been centered around advocacy efforts in the passing of The NOPain Act in January of 2023. This bill provides alternatives to pain management for outpatient surgeries instead of the use of opioids. She has been Infront of high levels members of congress and recently published an open education resource (OER) examining current events and healthcare policy with a creative commons license to allow the use of other educators and students. Shauna is also the Advocacy Director for Project Healing Hive.

Kate DeMutis, DNP, ANP-BC

Speaking on: Implementing self-care for the mental health and wellness practitioner. 

Kate DeMutis is a primary care nurse practitioner who has practiced in Phoenixville and Paoli for over 20 years. She is the Director of the Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Program at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Nursing. Kate is a primary care provider, nurse educator and nurse leader. She attained her Master’s Degree at Penn in 1997 and her Doctor of Nursing degree from Villanova in 2017. In her clinical practice, Kate promotes wellness, teaches preventative health and manages acute and chronic conditions with her patients, in order to optimize health and improve patient outcomes. In her academic role, Kate prepares future advanced practice nurses to provide safe, equitable and high quality patient centered care. Kate recently authored a paper on teaching the integration of behavioral health providers in primary care.

bottom of page