My time at the 2016 NSNA Annual Convention

nsna-annual-convention.jpgThis March, I traveled to the 2016 NSNA Annual Convention at the Disney Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando from March 30 – April 3. This was the first time NursingCenter attended this event, and I was really looking forward to all that the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) had in store.
 
On the first day of the exhibit hall opening, I could see a line of eager and excited nursing students around the convention center hall. With over 3,000 students in attendance, I knew this was going to be an exhilarating day. 

As the doors to the hall opened, a flood of nurses entered the room and started making their way to the different booths. The NursingCenter team was ready with tons of free nursing tip cards, black notebooks, pens, and flyers. Wolters Kluwer also hosted interactive events, including video interviews and their very own WKNurseEd Instagram fun cutout. 

I loved getting to know the nursing students and discover how they use our site and our other Wolters Kluwer products, like Lippincott CoursePoint, PrepU, and our LWW nursing textbooks

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disney.jpgAfter the exhibit hall closed, I was able to enjoy the Coronado resort, which hosts a 22-acre lake (and even small alligators!), a giant pool with a 50-foot replica of a Mayan temple, and a number of hammocks to kick back in after a long day. I can’t wait to be back at this resort when I attend the National Conference for Nurse Practitioners in May!

Are you attending any nursing conferences this year? Check out our Nursing Events Calendar for an entire conference listing. Don't forget about NursingCenter's Tips & Timesavers for Conference Attendees!

 
Posted: 4/8/2016 8:25:40 AM by Cara Deming | with 1 comments


Comments
Cathy Weber
Thank you so much for sharing your experiences at the 2016 NSNA. That gives me a great idea for an article around nursing conferences and why they are important for nurses to attend. Thanks for the idea!
8/29/2016 9:12:32 AM

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