We may be halfway through 2019, but there are still a lot of great nursing conferences to go to this year!
As a nurse, you never stop learning. This is especially true for travel nurses. Each travel assignment will show you how to handle new patients, practices, and facilities. Moreover, travel nursing can teach you a lot about yourself and how you handle change.
Attending some of these nursing conferences and seminars can help you enhance your professional development and better prepare for your next travel assignment! Additionally, these events are a great opportunity to network and learn more about the latest breakthroughs in medical research. So, what are you waiting for? Check these top nursing conferences to attend in 2019!
Top Nursing Conferences
14th International Family Nursing Conference
The 14th International Family Nursing Conference: Expanding Family Nursing Capacity (IFNC14) will help nurses increase their knowledge of family-related issues. The IFNC14 Conference Committee hopes to use this event to examine and expand international family health policy.
Conference Location: Washington, D.C.
Dates: August 13 – 16.
Be sure to register soon!
Calling all travel nurses! TravCon: The Travelers Conference is an opportunity for healthcare travelers to share their insights on the challenges and benefits of travel positions. This is a wonderful opportunity for travel nurses to network and explore employment opportunities, so you don’t want to miss it!
Conference Location: Las Vegas, Nevada.
Dates: September 8 – 11.
Register now to reserve your spot at the biggest conference dedicated to healthcare travelers!
The National Conference for Nurse Practitioners
The National Conference for Nurse Practitioners: The Conference for Primary and Acute Care Clinicians will help you meet your continuing education goals as a practicing nurse. This bi-annual conference will include informative and skill-based sessions and hands-on workshops to help you improve the quality of your patient care. Industry specialists will speak about a wide variety of topics such as mental health, obesity, and diagnostic testing.
Conference Location: Las Vegas, Nevada.
Dates: September 24 – 27.
Like it or not, September will be here before you know it! So, register for this exciting event today!
The National Nurse-Led Care Conference
The National Nurse-Led Care Conference 2019: Designing the Future of Healthcare will cover the “transformative role” that nurses have in elevating the field of healthcare. In order to achieve this, the event will include several smaller sessions, workshops, a networking reception, and a keynote speaker.
Conference Location: Nashville, Tennessee.
Dates: October 1 – 3.
Get more information about this nursing conference and early-bird registration opportunities by clicnursing king the link above!
American Heart Association (AHA) Scientific Sessions 2019
The American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2019 focuses on influencing the future of cardiovascular medicine and science. As a result, attendees have the opportunity to enhance their cardiovascular practice through engaging curriculum, instructional sessions, and networking possibilities!
Conference Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Dates: November 16 – 18.
Also, we have some good news for you. Families are welcome to attend this conference! The American Heart Association will be providing on-site childcare and other amenities to participants. Register today for your chance to be a part of this awesome experience!
Just because it’s June doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of great nursing conferences to add to your calendar! As shown above, these occasions provide perfect opportunities for you to connect with your peers and improve your impact as a nurse. Also, you’ll get the opportunity to experience some of the attractions while visiting these cities!
So, are there any top nursing conferences that we missed in our blog? What are some of the best nursing conferences to attend? Share your favorite nursing conference experiences and memories with us in the comments below! We’d love to hear from you.