Emerging trends in patient care combine with advances in healthcare technology as thousands of nurses who care for high acuity and critically ill patients convene later this month in
According to a release, the
According to a release, AACN expects attendance to top 6,000 nurses and include many at the forefront of research, academia, staff development and management.
NTI, a conference for nurses who care for high acuity and critically ill patients, includes the
Conference sessions represent the best clinical education reflecting today's diverse critical care environments. The AACN noted topics include the following:
-Understanding the benefits and risks of healthcare technology, including tele-ICUs, simulation training and monitoring alarms
-Eliminating healthcare-associated infections and medical errors
-Improving patient outcomes and financial savings with nurse-led innovations
NTI offers numerous sessions specifically for clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners and other advanced practice nurses, addressing leadership role development, public policy, healthcare reform, clinical systems and pharmacology.
On Wednesday afternoon
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