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NPAO Conference Program & Registration 2015
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On behalf of the Nurse Practitioners’ Association of Ontario (NPAO) and the 2015 Conference Planning Committee, we welcome you to Toronto,
Ontario this September for the 2015 NPAO Annual Conference. This years’ conference theme is Nurse Practitioner Practice in the 21st Century: Defining our Future.
This conference offers a blend of clinical and professional content. This is the only professional conference in Canada that brings NPs together to have meaningful dialogue about issues of critical importance to NP practice across a wide range of specialties and practice settings.
On Thursday September 24, a selection of interactive pre-conference workshops with hands-on learning experiences are offered. Sponsored symposia, as well as plenary and concurrent sessions are offered on Friday & Saturday. Plan to visit the Exhibit Hall throughout the conference, where you can explore exhibits, view posters, find meals and refreshments and network with fellow delegates.
You will not want to miss the Friday evening Awards/Celebration dinner ($55). Connect with colleagues and celebrate accomplishments of NPs! Saturday morning will begin with the NPAO Annual General Meeting (open to all NPAO members, whether attending the conference or not). The board will report on work they have done on behalf of NPAO members this past year. The AGM also provides an opportunity for NPAO members to voice opinions, ask questions and interact with the board of directors who work tirelessly on your behalf.
This year we are also offering post-conference workshops on the Saturday afternoon. Enjoy the conference, network with colleagues and have fun celebrating NP Practice in the 21st Century.
See you in Toronto!
Chair, NPAO Planning Committee