(PRWEB) July 19, 2013
The National Association of Hispanic Nurses will kick off its 38th Annual Conference, the foremost event uniting the nursing profession with Hispanic health challenges to identify issues, trends and solutions, on August 6 – 9, 2013, at the Astor Crowne Plaza in New Orleans, LA.
Themed “Creating the Vision, Shaping the Future,” this year’s conference will inspire, ignite and impassion attendees in lively New Orleans through a weeklong program of keynotes, clinical sessions, plenaries and poster presentations, an Expo featuring the most cutting edge products and services in the nursing industry, as well as professional development and networking events.
This year’s award-winning panel of keynote speakers brings together their expertise in health care and public policy to inspire and re-energize attendees on topics of culture, medicine and technology. Join us in welcoming our keynotes, including: Henry Cruz, a patient and diabetes advocate, healthcare consultant and motivational speaker; Patti Solis Doyle, a political organizer and campaign strategist with unprecedented insight into several of the most important campaigns of the past 30 years; and Judith Aponte, an educator, scholar, researcher, and speaker.
Among a variety of networking events connecting attendees, the Annual Gala at the Conference – a masquerade ball taking place on Friday, August 9th at 6 pm – will unite attendees in celebration of the week’s festivities as well as the nursing profession itself. The gala will feature a reception, dinner, awards program, and entertainment provided by Vivaz.
The Expo, will feature some of the top Fortune 500 and leading companies in the nursing profession, inviting attendees to experience first-hand the most cutting-edge innovations, technologies and research in the industry. NAHN is proud to present our sponsors of this year’s conference who will be located in the Expo, including Eli Lily and Company, Gannett Healthcare Group, Coca-Cola, and Pfizer Helpful Answers.
In addition to the program’s clinical and educational value and networking events, attendees will find numerous professional development opportunities throughout the week to energize and refocus their passion for the nursing profession. Among these opportunities is the Stop Hunger Now NAHN Volunteer Project, in which attendees will be able to aid the efforts of Stop Hunger Now, a global humanitarian aid organization that has been fulfilling its commitment to end hunger since 1998.
For more information about NAHN’s 38th Annual Conference & Expo and to register, please visit http://nahnnet.org/NAHNMeetings.html.
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