Nursing2012 Symposium to Explore Innovations, Disaster Preparedness

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PHILADELPHIA—Education is the most important way for today’s nurses to stay current on new technologies, treatments and healthcare policies. Nursing2012 Symposium: The Conference for Clinical Excellence, will feature the latest information from the industry’s leading experts. It will be held April 25–28, 2012, at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The conference is sponsored by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, publisher of Nursing2012, and part of Wolters Kluwer Health.

The 2012 symposium has several new clinical features and a broadened slate of courses designed for nurses who provide care directly to patients, as well as those who are managers and leaders.

The symposium is based on core topics such as heart failure, trauma, pain management, assessment skills, healthy work environments, and more. Attendees also earn contact hours, network with colleagues, attend special events and meet with vendors and industry representatives in the exhibit hall.

“According to recent Gallup Polls, Americans continually vote for nurses as their most trusted professionals," said Nursing2012 Editor-in-Chief Linda Laskowski-Jones, RN, MS, ACNS-BC, CEN, FAWM.

“Nurses are extremely dedicated to learning how to provide safe and effective patient care. The symposium provides the courses they need and want most, and that translates directly to better outcomes."

For information, click here: www.nursingsymposium.com

Five preconference workshops will be offered:

• The Med-Surg Certification Review Course will help nurses prepare for the Certified Medical-Surgical Registered Nurse (CMSRN®) Certification Exam offered at the close of the symposium.

• A Critical Care Certification Review Course (new this year) is an in-depth, comprehensive review that will help nurses prepare for CCRN certification or a change in specialty practice.

• Let’s Get Messy…Hands-On Anatomy, Airway, and Resuscitation Review (new this year)

• Personal Survival Strategies for When You’re Out of Your Element

• Weaning Patients: Ventilator Management

Breakout session topics include:

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