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ANNual Symposium for Nurse Leaders

Join Us in Orlando this Fall for the 6th ANNual Symposium for Nurse Leaders!

ANN invites all nurse leaders to attend this special preconference program. Are you a nurse leader or director who inspires and motivates your team? Someone interested in leadership roles in the future? Perhaps you are hoping to refine your skills to advance to the next level of leadership? This day is for you! In this 6th iteration of the Symposium for Nurse Leaders the content focuses on building the culture of your unit to provide the best patient care. There are opportunities to interact with other nursing leaders to compare and share. Join us and maximize you impact!

The one-day Symposium is Wednesday, September 11, 2019 from 8:00 AM–4:00 PM. You can register for just the leadership symposium or stay for the main conference.

Choose the conference that is right for you and then select ANNual Symposium for Nurse Leaders during the registration process.

Registration Fees

 Members  Non-Members
 Full Day #010  $200  $240

Program Schedule
Wednesday, September 11

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (6.5 contact hours)

6th ANNual Symposium for Nurse Leaders

Conflict Management: Finding Resolution Without Rock-Paper-Scissors
Tiffany Gwartney, DNP, APRN, NNP-BC
Learners can anticipate identifying types and levels of conflict, recognizing communication methods that contribute to or diffuse conflict, and demonstrating techniques to manage conflict.

Building Joyful Cultures: When All Else Fails, Bring Chocolate!
Lucy Haughton, MS, RN
We will explore what's needed to build and lead joyful cultures in today's workforce. Participants will gain insights into why healthy cultures are so important in healthcare and how each leader can make small changes on their units to build their own joyful cultures.

Nursing Workload and Missed Nursing Care
Heather Tubbs Cooley, PhD, RN, FAAN
Missed nursing care is a frequently theorized link between nurse workload and infant outcomes in neonatal intensive care units. We will explore the state of the science regarding missed nursing care in the NICU, how nurse workload affects missed care, and what the evidence means for nursing leaders.

NCC Code NNP 5
NCC Code NIC 4
NCC Code LRN 5
NCC Code MNN 4
NCC Code INP 6

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