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2017 November Special Topics Meeting
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NONPF Special Topics Conference

DNP as Entry to Practice: Building a Shared Vision to

Transform Nurse Practitioner Education

November 30th - December 1st, 2017


 

Registration

Conference registration will be opening soon.

 

Cost Per Attendance

NONPF Member               $320.00

Non-Member                    $420.00

***Non-members looking to become NONPF members please visit our membership page.

 

Schedule

We are in the process of finalizing our 2017 schedule. A fun and constructive agenda will be released soon.

 

Hotel

The meeting will be held in Bethesda, MD, at the Hyatt Regency Bethesda.  The reservation period for the NONPF is now open! To reserve your accommodations, please click here.

Hyatt Regency Bethesda
One Bethesda Metro Center (7400) Wisconsin Ave)
Bethesda, MD  20814

301.657.1234


Getting to the Meeting

Flying
The Hyatt Regency Bethesda can be reached from any of the three major DC airports Reagan National Airport, Dulles Int’l Airport, and Baltimore/Washington Int’l Airport.  If you are flying through Reagan National Airport, you can Metro from the airport to Bethesda Station.  Other airports are accessible by taxi, Uber/Lyft, shuttle services, and train service.

Driving
For our guests who prefer to drive to the meeting, please note that self-parking is $22.50 per day Sunday-Thursday, and $20 per day on Friday and Saturday. 

 

Around Bethesda

Dining

Bethesda, Maryland is conveniently located on the Metro Red Line just a few stops from downtown Washington, DC. As a thriving urban district, Bethesda offers something for everyone! The hardest part is deciding where to go as Bethesda is filled with nearly 200 restaurants, several art galleries and theaters, and some of the DMV’s best shopping. Bethesda’s interactive restaurant and dining guide will be helpful in pinpointing what cuisine you are looking for.

Washington, D.C.

Want to go explore downtown? Simply hop on Metro’s Red Line and in just a few stops you can hang out with exotic animals at Smithsonian’s National Zoo, snap a selfie in front of the White House, or take in the views from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Check out this list of fun and free or almost free events in DC.