Wolters Kluwer chief nurse and nurse practitioner leaders will discuss evidence-based guidance for primary, acute, urgent, and emergency care at the NCNP Spring Virtual event

The National Conference for Nurse Practitioners (NCNP) 2021 Spring Virtual will be held online April 7 through 10, featuring presentations from nurse practitioner leaders covering prominent topics in advanced clinical practice including how race impacts care, sepsis management, diabetes updates, safe prescribing, cannabis basics, and more.

Keynote speakers Margaret A. Fitzgerald, DNP, FNP-BC, NP-C, FAANP, CSP, FAAN, DCC, FNAP, founder and family nurse practitioner at Fitzgerald Health Education Associates, LLC, Greater Lawrence Family Health Center, and Sophia Chu Rodgers, DNP, ACNP, FNP, FAANP, FCCM, critical care nurse practitioner at Lovelace Health Systems, will open the conference on April 7 with their session, “COVID-19: What have we learned and what’s next,” addressing the latest information on COVID-19 prevention, vaccines, and treatment.

On Friday, April 9, Wolters Kluwer, Health Learning, Research & Practice, Chief Nurse Anne Dabrow Woods, DNP, RN, CRNP, ANP-BC, AGACNP-BC, FAAN, will discuss how to recognize the different types of shock in patients and identify the evidence-based approaches to managing these conditions in her session “Putting together the puzzle of shock: A hemodynamic, case study approach.”

The NCNP Spring Virtual event offers attendees the opportunity to earn up to 50.5 continuing education credits and 40 advanced pharmacology (Rx) credits. All sessions and CE credit will be available On Demand for 90 days following the live event.

When: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 – Saturday, April 10, 2021

Where: Register by visiting: https://www.webcastregister.live/ncnp/event_register/.

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