National Nurse Practitioner Symposium 2014

2014-07-10 - 2014-07-13
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The 2014 National Nurse Practitioner Symposium will take place July 10-13, 2014, at the Keystone Conference Center in Keystone, Colorado. The 4-day symposium will consist of approximately 100 sessions and workshops, offering over 30 contact/CE hours for Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Midwives and Physician Assistants, through ACCME and ANCC, with acceptance of pertinent content by ACNM, AAPA and NAPNAP. Content will include clinical topics, innovative practice settings, research, professional development and other topics related to advanced practice nursing in primary care and acute care.

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Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator, Clinical Nurse Specialist and Administrator.

Exhibitor information

Products, services, techniques, research findings and career advancements for Nurse Practitioners.


This national event will attract a loyal following of Nurse Practitioners involved in both primary and acute care. As an exhibitor and/or supporting entity, you will have the opportunity to network with these highly skilled professionals during three days of accredited educational sessions, receptions and exhibition interaction. Approximately 1,000 Nurse Practitioners are anticipated to be on hand to view the exhibits and update their needs for information on the latest products, services, techniques, research findings, and career enhancement opportunities. Content will be suitable for Nurse Midwives and Physician Assistants as well.  Educational sessions are scheduled to allow specific periods of time to visit the exhibits. Catered functions will be held within the exhibit area. Special promotions will be held to encourage all participants to visit your exhibit booth.

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