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Engage With NANN This Year as We Celebrate the Year of the Nurse!

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THE YEAR OF THE NURSE AT NANN

The World Health Organization has deemed 2020 the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife and we couldn't be more thrilled. Throughout the year and in many NANN events and endeavors, you'll feel our celebration. Look for fun social campaigns and opportunities to join in on the Year of the Nurse fun with NANN all year long! Visit nann.org/YON for details.

JOIN NANN IN NEW ORLEANS!

Brace yourself because the Big Easy has never seen the likes of NANN! At our 36th Annual Conference, we'll experience the very latest clinical education, connect with neonatal nursing peers from all over the world, and fine tune our vision for the decade ahead. We'll do all this in a city with a history of world-class venues and a rich culture, sure to shine through all attendee experiences. Come discover New Orleans with NANN and leave inspired to make innovative changes that transform you, your career, and the care provided in your home unit.

Mark your calendars for Saturday—Tuesday, October 10 to 13, 2020. Once again, our pricing structure offers Best Value rates for the earliest registrants. Registration opens on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

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Registration Type Best Value April 30 to July 13, 2020 Early Bird July 14 to September 11, 2020 Full Price September 12, 2020, and After
Member $480 $555 $605
Nonmember $590 $665 $740
Student member $195 $270 $345
1-day member $225 $275 $325
1-day nonmember $295 $345 $395
1-day student member $120 $170 $220

We can't wait to celebrate you and your profession in NOLA! Visit nann.org/conference to sign up for regular conference updates.

NANN 2ND CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

The NANN Annual Conference Committee is accepting additional posters for presentation at the 36th Annual Conference, October 10 to 13, 2020, in New Orleans. This is your last chance to submit your work for this year's conference.

This call for abstracts closes on Friday, May 29. Visit nann.org/abstracts for more information and to learn which topics we are considering.

ARE YOU LISTENING TO NANN'S NEW PODCAST, NANNCAST? SUBSCRIBE AND TUNE IN TODAY!

In every episode of NANNcast, monthly guest experts will discuss hot topics in neonatology, with the hope of creating better patient outcomes. Learn the latest about the Neuro NICU, language nutrition, music therapy, palliative care, and necrotizing enterocolitis. Search for, subscribe, and listen to NANNcast on your favorite podcast platform: Spotify, Apple Podcast, Pocket Cast, Youtube, and Podbean.

NANN'S LATEST PRODUCT: NEWBORN SAFE SLEEP GUIDELINE

Newborn Safe Sleep is the only clinical practice guideline that addresses the challenges of implementing safe sleep practices in the hospital setting with recommendations on how to do so effectively for children between birth and 1 year of age. Explore evidence-based protocols for creating a safe sleep environment for infants that tie in the history of sleep-related deaths and the American Academy of Pediatrics' safe sleep recommendations between 1992 and 2016. Learn about common controversies and barriers related to implementing safe sleep in the hospital to improve your day-to-day practice with neonates and infants.

Purchase and download this digital product by visiting nann.org/store and selecting Newborn Safe Sleep on the store's home page.

This guideline was made possible through an unrestricted grant from Pampers, part of the P&G family.

NANN FOOTPRINTS: STORIES FROM THE NICU

Every day in the NICU, neonatal nurses experience challenges, triumphs, heartbreaks, and miracles. NANN Footprints: Stories From the NICU shares the narratives of neonatal nurses and highlights their incredible impact on patients and families. We hope Footprints inspires you and honors the amazing work you do. Visit nann.org/footprints to access these inspiring stories.

Interested in sharing your NICU narrative? E-mail mlanderson@nann.org for more information.

POLICIES, PROCEDURES, AND COMPETENCIES FOR NEONATAL NURSING, SIXTH EDITION

NANN's Policies, Procedures, and Competencies for Neonatal Nursing Care, Sixth Edition:

  • includes policies, procedures, and competencies based on the most current evidence available in the practice of neonatal nursing
  • features the most up-to-date evidence and best-practice protocols
  • serves as an invaluable resource for developing, revising, or refining a unit's policies, procedures, and competencies
  • provides language that can be customized to align with individual institutional policy and local and state regulations
  • includes new competencies on neonatal withdrawal and aEEG monitoring as well as a new policy on donor milk use

Purchase your copy at nann.org/store!

APRNs: TAKE YOUR MEMBERSHIP TO THE NEXT LEVEL WITH NANNP!

Established in 2007 and governed by an elected body, the National Association of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (NANNP) is the unified voice of neonatal nurse practitioners and neonatal clinical nurse specialists. The NANNP strives to address the unique workforce and professional practice issues of neonatal advanced practice nurses through its commitment to leadership, expertise, and community.

Learn more and join the NANNP today at nann.org/NANNP

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