The National Black Nurses Association, Inc. (NBNA) has proudly announced that its 48th annual conference will be virtual this year, spanning three days packed with everything from continuing education sessions to A&A forums to live entertainment.
Slated for September 24-26, the NBNA Conference will offer up to 12 CEs, a career fair, exhibitors showcasing health systems and schools of nursing, virtual networking opportunities, scholarship and nursing awards, and more. In addition, 48 expert speakers from the health care field are scheduled during the event.
You can view the three-day agenda Conference-at-a-Glance here.
Celebrating the Resilience of Nurses
The Virtual 2020 NBNA Annual Conference will celebrate nursing resilience as its theme, focusing on disruptions in practice, research, education, policy, and entrepreneurship:
“The frontline nurse champions show resilience through novel approaches to the nursing practice. ‘Disruptions’ or innovations demonstrate new concepts to deliver safe, high quality, patient-centered care while at the same time promoting nursing in a variety of areas, practice, research, education, policy, and entrepreneurship. The “disruptions” may offer better patient outcomes, lower costs to the health care system and offer the agility that nurses need to practice at their scope of practice and the top of their game.”
Some highlights of the upcoming event include discussing disruptive trends in financing and health care delivery, examining opportunities to impact the future of nursing, and identifying new models of care to reduce inequities in health care and health outcomes for minority and underserved communities.
Registration and Participation
Registration for the highly anticipated NBNA Annual Conference is required; register for the three-day interactive virtual event here! Students can obtain tickets for $35; RNs and LPNs fee is $50.
From September 24-26, participants can join the virtual conference by downloading the Whova app, available on both Android and iOS.
View more information about the speakers, agenda, and sponsor information at conference.nbna.org/ and be sure to make note of the official conference hashtag for the event:
About National Black Nurses Association (NBNA)
Founded in 1971, the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) is a professional organization representing 308,000 African American registered nurses, licensed vocational/practical nurses, and nursing students in 114 chapters and 34 states.
The NBNA mission is “to serve as the voice for Black nurses and diverse populations ensuring equal access to professional development, promoting educational opportunities and improving health.” NBNA chapters offer voluntary hours providing health education and screenings to community residents in collaboration with community-based partners, including faith-based organizations, civic, fraternal, hospitals, and schools of nursing. For more information, visit nbna.org.