The National Conference for Nurse Practitioners (NCNP) Virtual Event
is sponsored by The Nurse Practitioner® journal published by Wolters Kluwer. The livestream event will be held April 19-21
, and recorded sessions will be available through July 18
NCNP’s expert speakers will cover a broad range of topics for advanced practice clinicians in primary, acute, urgent, and emergency care. Topics include a Keynote Address on Infectious Diseases: RSV, COVID-19, and Influenza, General Sessions on the Latest Treatment Options for Antibiotics and Work/Life Balance: Changing the Equation in Your Favor. Additionally, numerous topics cover current information on Guidelines Updates, Mental Health Interventions, 2023 GOLD Updates on COPD Classification and Treatment, Heart Failure, Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes and Weight Management, Psychotropic Reduction, Dementia, Men’s and Women’s Health, Intimate Partner Violence, Environmental Health Equity Justice—plus BONUS SESSIONS from our top-rated content to view at your leisure!
Additionally, NCNP offers sponsored product theaters, and research poster sessions. You will also have opportunities to chat with faculty and network with your peers. Best of all, you can continue to view the sessions for 90 days after the conclusion of the livestream event and ultimately earn a maximum of 55 CE credits and 36 Rx credits. This is a big reason why NPs choose this conference over many others!
We think you’ll agree that NCNP is the best choice to meet your continuing education needs. You’ll enjoy a user-friendly virtual platform, an evidence-based approach to learning, easy access to earn continuing education and advanced pharmacology credits, and the opportunity to collaborate and exchange ideas with your peers. Register today!
Later This Year:NCNP Fall 2023 Virtual Event
October 18-19-20, 2023
You are invited to submit a poster abstract for the National Conference for Nurse Practitioners (NCNP)
This educational meeting and exposition is for primary, acute, urgent, and emergency care practitioners across the continuum of healthcare. To submit an abstract, please follow the submission guidelines below:
Log in to the following link: Editorial Manager®
Register to access the site, and you’ll receive a confirmation email.
• Log in from the email link
• Click on Submit a Manuscript and click Author Login
• Click Submit a New Manuscript
Submissions should contain subject matter of interest to primary, acute, urgent, and emergency care clinicians in any/all specialty areas, and practice settings. Topics can include, but are not limited to clinical care, technology, documentation strategies, medication administration, team development, patient and family education programs, family interventions, legal/ethical issues, and more.
Resources: See Instructions for Authors and scroll down to the section on Submitting a Poster.