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National Association of Hispanic Nurses launches registration for 40th annual conference in Miami

 

The National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN)  yesterday launched registration for its 40th annual conference, the foremost event uniting the nursing profession to explore Hispanic health challenges and identify issues, trends and solutions. This year’s event, themed People, Purpose, & Passion: The Pathway to Success, is set to be held July 7 – 10, 2015, at the Hyatt Regency Orange County in Anaheim, CA.

In its 40th year running, this premier event brings together a community of over 300 nursing professionals, researchers, clinicians, and students to advance their knowledge through clinical sessions and poster presentations, expand their personal and professional networks, and discover the leading products and services in the profession today.

At this year’s event, attendees will embark on a pathway like no other through the evolving healthcare landscape, energizing their practice in bright, vibrant Anaheim. On this journey of opportunity, attendees will discover cutting-edge tools to shape the future of nursing by delving into popular topics such as the Affordable Care Act and patient engagement, as well as unique issues such as emerging nursing roles and rare diseases in the Hispanic population.

This year’s revitalized program will offer educational sessions in four tracks – My Nursing Career & Leadership, Advanced Practice & Best Practices, Clinical Practice, and Student – accommodating varying professional focuses and continuing education (CE) needs. The Expo Hall, centrally located this year among the conference’s meeting spaces and social events, will provide enhanced opportunities for attendees and exhibiting companies to connect throughout the week.

“This year’s conference is full of great content delivering up-to-date information about the changing healthcare landscape, and holds immense opportunity for nurses who provide healthcare services to the Hispanic community, regardless of their ethnic background,” says NAHN President Dan Suarez, MA, RN.

NAHN welcomes nurses and health care professionals of many different ethnic backgrounds that are leaders in improving health care for the Latino population. Learn more and register for NAHN’S 40th Annual Conference & Expo at http://www.nahnnet.org/NAHNMeetings.html.