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There’s Still Time to Submit Your Conference Abstract

NANN's Program Planning Committee invites you to submit an abstract to present at the 34th Annual Conference, October 17–20, 2018, in Anaheim, CA. The Program Planning Committee and Education Provider Committee have identified the need to cover a wide range of topics that will appeal to both the novice and expert neonatal nurse. As a result, we have provided a list of topics and areas of interest in order to make the application selection process less cumbersome, more diverse, and to better meet the educational needs of conference attendees.

We encourage you to suggest your own ideas, present your own research findings, or share your knowledge on a topic of interest. Please keep in mind that application submissions should focus on nursing and be state-of-the-art, evidence-based, and challenging to neonatal nurses at all levels of expertise.

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"What an honor it was, to stand up in front of 250+ highly-skilled leaders in the NICU world, and present the big initiatives we have been doing within our own hospital." - Summer Murray, MS RNC, NANN 2017 Conference Presenter.

The deadline to apply is Monday, December 18!

NANN’s 33rd Annual Conference Was One to Remember!

Last month, hundreds of neonatal nurses arrived in Providence, RI, for NANN’s 33rd Annual Conference and came away with a wealth of new information, fun times, and lasting memories with their peers.

Highlights included inspiring keynotes, groundbreaking research on artificial womb, a well-attended preconference on NeuroNICU, a New England twist on NANN After Dark, surprises throughout the meeting, and raising over $4,500 dollars for the March of Dimes with the Walk for Babies fundraiser!

Thank you to all of the attendees for being a part of our meeting! We hope you enjoyed the conference and can’t wait to see you next year for NANN’s 34th Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA (AKA #NANNaheim)!





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