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NONPF 43rd Annual Meeting
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Advancing the Nation's Healthcare Transformation:

Uniting and Leading through NP education

 

Washington, DC

April 19-23, 2017

 

Are you concerned about the future of health care?  Are you concerned about the future of NP education?  The 2017 NONPF Annual Conference held in Washington DC this April 19-23 will be critical to providing updated information about policy issues that will affect all NPs—educators and clinicians alike.  Being in the heart of the capital at this crucial time will provide the opportunity for NP faculty to examine issues, interact with colleagues to form strategies to address opportunities and threats, and hear about innovations in NP education.  NONPF has for decades provided the forum for NP educators to come together, learn together, and work together.  The strength of NP education lies in the talent and commitment of NP faculty and NONPF remains committed to providing NP faculty with the best and most innovative information available.  We hope to see in April. 

Registration

Online registration is now open

For your planning purposes, please use the pricing information below.  Please note, prices are subject to change.

 Registration Type
Early 
(before 3/18)   
Late 
(After 3/18)
 
Member Registration $420 $470
Joining Member Registration $470  $520
 Non-Member Registration $520  $570
     

 Extra Items

   
 Pre-conference Sessions $85  
 Friday Tours $25  
 Fun Run $25  

 

Schedule

Access the 43rd Annual Meeting app now to view the detailed schedule, see the speaker bios, and build your online schedule.  (PLEASE NOTE:  You ONLY need to log in to the app IF you wish to create your personal schedule.  You do not have to log-in to view the program)

Wednesday, April 19
  3:00 -  6:00 PM     Pre-Conference 1:  Pharmacology Update

Thursday, April 20
  8:30 -11:30 AM    Pre-Conference 2:  Nuts & Bolts of Population Health
  8:30 -11:30 AM    Pre-Conference 3:  Nuts & Bolts of Online Teaching
  1:00 - 2:15 PM    OPENING PLENARY DISCUSSION  The Future of Nursing
                                (Moderator: Dr. Kenya Beard; Panelists:  Dr. Catherine Gillis, Dr. Doreen Harper; Dr. Jean Johnson;                                 and Dr. Joanne Pohl)
  2.30 -  3:45 PM    Concurrent Sessions begin - Armchair Discussions
  3:45 -  6:00 PM    Exhibits and Posters
  5:00 -  6:00 PM    SIG Meetings (Addictions, Sexual & Reproductive Health, Simulation, Health Policy Education)
                               Committee Meetings
  6:15 – 8:00 PM     Welcome Reception (Hosted by Fitzgerald Health Education Associates)

Friday, April 21
  7:00 -   8:15 AM   Exhibits and Posters
  7:15 -   8:15 AM   Leadership Forum
  8:30 -   9:30 AM   NONPF Business Meeting--Members

  9:30 - 10:15 AM   President's Address:  Future of NP Education and NONPF--Anne Thomas
 10:15 -10:45 AM    Break

 10:45 -12:00 PM   Concurrent Session FA I-VI

 12:00 -  2:00 PM   Boxed Lunch with Exhibitors (hosted by AANPCP); Poster Viewing
  
2:00 -  3:15 PM   Concurrent Session FB I-VI
   3:30 -  4:45 PM   SIG Meetings (Research, Acute Care, Diversity)

  4:00 -   6:30 PM   Tours (Optional) or time on own

Saturday, April 22
  6:30 AM                 Fun Run
  7:30 - 11:00 AM    Exhibits and Posters Open
  7:30 -   8:45 AM    SIG Meetings (International, Psychiatric-Mental Health, Academic Nursing Centers, Gerontological)
  9:00 - 10:15 AM    PLENARY SESSION:  Diversity Discussion
                                  (Moderator:  Dr. Courtney J. Pitts.  Panelists:  Dr. Ramay     Alexander, NLN; Dr. Debra Barksdale;
                                   Dr. Kenya Beard; Dr. Chris Blackwell; Dr. Randolph Rasch; Dr. Rosario Medina
)
10:00 - 11:00 AM    Exhibits and Posters Open
11:00 - 12:15 PM    Concurrent Session SA I-VI
12:15 -   2:00 PM    Luncheon--Recognition of Kitty Werner and NONPF Awards
  2:15 -   3:30 PM    Concurrent Session SB I-VI
  3:45 -   5:15 PM    SIG Meetings (Program Directors, Distance Learning)
  6:00 PM                Annual Dinner --National Press Club--MC is MJ Henderson

Sunday, April 23
  7:15 -   8:00 AM    Breakfast & Open Round-table Discussions
  8:00 -   8:30 AM    Federal Legislative Update--Dave Mason

  8:30 -  9:00 AM     HRSA Workforce Data and Grant Opportunities:  George Zangaro (HRSA)
 
9:00 - 9:30 AM      NINR Goals and Faculty Development Awards:  Karen Hess (NINR)
 
9:30 - 9:45 AM      Break
  9:45 - 11:15 AM    Licensure, Accreditation, Certification and Education (LACE) panel:  Joan Stanley (AACN), Diane                                                 Thompkins (ANCC), Maureen Cahill (NCSBN), Rick Meadows (AANPCB), Peg Harrison (PNPC)
11:15 - 11:30 AM    Closing Remarks:  President, Anne Thomas  

 

Hotel

The 43rd Annual Meeting will be held at the Grand Hyatt Washington, DC.  Located in Penn Quarter, the Grand Hyatt Washington is right above the Metro Center Metro Station, just an 8 minute walk to the Verizon Center (home of the NHL Capitals, WNBA Mystics, and the NBA Wizards!), and just an 11 minute walk to the Smithsonian National Mall. In addition to the onsite restaurant, FIT Club and indoor pool, the Grand Hyatt has many shops and restaurants right outside its doors (or a short metro ride away).

NONPF has reserved a block of rooms with the Grand Hyatt at the special rate of $219.00 (plus room and tax). To reserve your room within the NONPF block, please make your reservations onlineThe room block at the Grand Hyatt only has a select number of rooms available.

Grand Hyatt Washington
1000 H. Street NW
Washington, DC  20001
202-582-1234

 

SECOND ROOM BLOCK

NONPF has secured a second room block at the Embassy Suites at the rate of $269/ single or $294/double.  To reserve your room, please make your reservations online.

Embassy Suites DC Convention Center
900 10th Street NW
Washington, DC  20001

 

Travel

Traveling to the NONPF Annual Meeting could not be any easier! 

Train:  Union Station, located just two miles away and a few stops away on Metro's red line, is serviced by Amtrak.

Air:  Three airports service Washington DC, with Ronald Reagan International Airport (DCA) being the closest.  As you search for flights, you may also wish to look at Dulles International (IAD) or Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI).  All three airports have public transportation options available to help you get to the Grand Hyatt.

Driving:  For driving directions and parking information, please visit the Grand Hyatt's transportation website