Canadian Association of Neonatal Nurses National Conference (CANN 2021)

Date

samedi 26 juin au lundi 28 juin 2021

Date limite d'inscription

vendredi 25 juin 2021

Lieu

Virtual Conference
Time Zone: Eastern Time Zone (ET)
Canada

Description

Embracing the theme "Neonatal Nursing: What's on the Horizon?" the CANN 2021 Virtual Conference will feature an impressive line-up of national and international speakers, experts and leaders (live and on demand) who will address today's emerging topics and trends that are forging the way to improved neonatal nursing care and newborn health. 


Presented in partnership with the Canadian Premature Babies Foundation, this three-day conference will also include virtual posters, partner educational sessions, an interactive exhibit hall and plenty of opportunities and activities that will allow you to network, exchange ideas and reconnect with nurses and parents across the country – all within the comfort of your own home or your workplace.

For all conference and program information, visit: www.neonatalcann.ca. Information and program updates will be posted as they become available.

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Contact et assistance

Canadian Association of Neonatal Nurses Secretariat 

32 Colonnade Road, Unit 100

Ottawa, ON K2E 7J6

Phone: 613-721-7061 

Toll-free: 888-625-8544

Email: info@neonatalcann.ca

Website: www.neonatalcann.ca

Prix d'inscription

CANN 2021 National Conference

Registration includes: access to the virtual platform, including all plenary and concurrent sessions, Partner sessions, networking lounge, poster and exhibit halls, as well as access to all sessions on demand until July 25, 2021.

Registration is non-transferable.
$0.00
Tous les prix sont en dollars canadiens.

Information supplémentaire

TO REGISTER AS A NICU PARENT: Please contact the Canadian Premature Babies Foundation

EMAIL: info@cpbf-fbpc.org

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