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Do join us for our upcoming Annual Conference, June 16-17, 2019 in Indianapolis IN. Early Bird registration ends Sunday, May 19th. Register now by clicking the conference registration link below.

This 1.5 day conference will focus on emerging trends in NP postgrad training and NP practice.  The Save the Date postcard is provided below with links to the conference registration, and access to a reserved block of hotel rooms.  

Due to the demand, we've added rooms to our room block at the Alexander Hotel, where the conference is being held. If you were unable to reserve a room earlier, try again or call Dara Goudreau (317.624.8276), reservation specialist with the Alexander Hotel. Also if you need to book a room for an extended stay (dates beyond June 16-17) please call Dara (317.624.8275) for assistance with your reservation.  So register now ($320) and book your room at the Alexander. After May 19 conference registration will be $375. We have a full agenda packed full with presentations and panels, poster presentations and workshops. We've recruited a talented and collegial slate of nationally respected experts in every phase of postgraduate program development, research, accreditation and policy. Updates occur frequently -- check back often. 

The Consortium offers quarterly virtual town hall-style Accreditation Salons.  These events are informal panel discussions by accreditation experts on topics submitted by participants.  More information, including registration for the Salon that provides access to the Zoom conference call link is provided below. 

We encourage you to check back regularly to get the latest updates on our periodic General Membership webinars (detailed updates on the most recent Consortium activities and issues of interest to members) and other ad hoc events. Join our new dues-based Membership Program focused on networking and resource sharing, and get a discounted 2019 conference registration fee.

Become an active part of the community. Join us!   More information on each event is provided below.

Updated 5/19/19

Join us! First Annual Conference June 25, 2018: SOLD OUT!!!
Candice Rettie, PhD
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Join us! First Annual Conference June 25, 2018: SOLD OUT!!!

Updates: Agenda

Come join us at the Consortium’s First Annual Conference: The Future is Now, June 25, 2018 in Denver CO. Register, reserve your room, check out the agenda. Detailed information is provided below.

Annual Conference: The Consortium’s First Annual Conference – The Future Is Now: Nurse Practitioner Residency and Fellowship Training, is being held in Denver CO on Monday June 25, 2018, 8:00 am-5:00 pm. Check out the agenda.

The conference will be held on the terrace floor of The History Colorado Center, 1200 Broadway, Denver, CO, 80203, a pleasant .8 mile walk to the Denver Convention Center through Denver's Golden Triangle Museum District.  Registration is $120 ($50 for students), including: CME credits, breakfast, lunch and refreshments. Registration closes June 15.  Register now -- click here to register:  https://consortium-annual-meeting.eventbrite.com

A block of hotel rooms has been reserved at The ART Hotel located at 1201 Broadway, Denver CO 80203. The ART Hotel is directly across the street from the conference site (the History Colorado Center) and received the Conde Nast Traveler “Readers’ Choice Awards” for 2017 as the #1 hotel in Colorado.  The negotiated rate is $219.00/night for NNPRFTC conference attendees.  Please use the link below to make your reservation.  Rooms are filling rapidly.  To secure your room, register now--  https://www.phgsecure.com/IBE/bookingRedirect.ashx?propertyCode=DENMH&group=1806NAT&arrivalDate=06-21-2018&departureDate=06-27-2018

updated 4/29/18


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