Thank you to everyone who attended the 2021 Virtual Neuroscience Nursing Annual Conference!
We look forward to seeing you next year in Phoenix, Arizona for the 2022 Neuroscience Nursing Annual Conference from Saturday, March 12 – Tuesday, March 15! More information for the 2022 program will be available this fall and registration will open in November. In the meantime, feel free to browse through the dynamic programming that was offered at the 2021 Virtual Neuroscience Nursing Annual Conference.
Earn CE contact hours at the Neuroscience Nursing Annual Conference
AANN is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing (CEP:13331)
Be aware of your own state board of nursing's continuing education requirements, especially if you live in a state where continuing education is mandatory. Attendees can earn 1 nursing contact hour for every 60 minutes of educational content by attending the session(s) or viewing the recording(s) and completing and submitting evaluation forms within 30 days after the conference ends. Credit for this activity expires on March 16, 2023. The total number of contact hours that can be earned are as follows:
CE Contact Hours for 2021 Pre-Conference Workshops
8 contact hours for an 8-hour Pre-Conference workshop
4 contact hours for a 4-hour Pre-Conference workshop
2 contact hours for a 2-hour Pre-Conference workshop
CE Contact Hours for 2021 Conference Posters and Sessions
11 contact hours for evaluating 44 posters (each poster evaluation is worth 0.25 contact hours)
55 contact hours for the entire conference (excluding posters, preconference sessions, and keynote and special lectures)
CE Contact Hours for Additional 2021 Events
3 contact hours total for the Agnes M. Marshall Keynote Address and two Special Lecture session.
All contact hours are subject to change as the Annual Conference approaches.
Dea Mahanes, DNP RN CCNS CNRN FCNS
Julie Pagel, MSN RN CCRN SCRN CNE-cl
Erin Fecske, DNP APRN CNRN CPNP-PC
Patricia Lane, MBA SCRN FAAN
Deborah Stabell Tran, DNP RN CNRN SCRN NE-BC
Kathleen Reinartz, BSN RN CCM SCRN
Michele Glidden, MSN RN CEN SCRN ASC-BC
Madona Plueger, MSN ACNS-BC APRN CNRN FAES
Madona Plueger is a recipient of a grant from the CDC. There are no other relevant relationships to disclose.