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29th Annual Nebraska Nurse Practitioner Education Conference Registration is open!

Posted 20 days ago by Heidi Kile

Registration is now open for the virtual 29th Annual Nebraska Nurse Practitioner Conference on February 19-20, 2021. The Nebraska Nurse Practitioners Conference is an annual conference directed at educating advanced practice nurses about best practices in clinical care. This activity is being jointly provided by Nebraska Methodist College Professional Development and Nebraska Nurse Practitioners.

Program Objectives:

  • Identify the role of the Nurse Practitioner as a leader in the field
  • Implement evidenced-based practice recommendations in clinical care
  • Establish practices that support patient safety
  • Develop professional networks

Although the conference will be virtual this year, we will still be offering an engaging and interactive experience for all attendees. We will be using the event app, Whova. Whova allows attendees to live stream speaker sessions, post questions, network online with other attendees, virtually visit exhibitors, chat, post comments and ideas on Community Boards, and more!

All sessions will be recorded and available to watch for up to 14 days after the live conference dates.

The first 300 registrants who register prior to February 4th, 2021 will receive a “survival kit” in the mail.

Check out the registration page for more details! We have an exciting agenda with relevant, up-to-date information for all specialties of nurse practitioners!

Call for Posters

Nebraska Nurse Practitioners invite you to submit original poster presentations to be disseminated as a virtual poster with voiceover at the 29th Annual NNP Conference on February 19-20, 2021. Presentations will be compiled with a link to the virtual room where continuing education hours will be awarded for viewing the posters during the conference. 

The conference planning committee is seeking to complement a dynamic conference with topics related to innovative research, quality improvement, clinical case study, clinical innovation or teaching innovation, or health promotion topics focusing on improving health care. Posters may have been presented at other conferences within the past year or planned to be presented at future conferences over the next year. Posters must be educational and must not promote any commercial product or service.  

Posters can be sent to Tara Whitmire ( for review with the 5-10 voiceover recording on the poster template by February 1, 2021.