The 43rd Annual Institute and Conference will be held Wednesday, July 29 through Sunday, August 02, 2015, at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. The theme of the conference is: "Nursing: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Patient Centered Care."
The National Black Nurses Association represents approximately 150,000 African American nurses from the USA, Canada, Eastern Caribbean and Africa, with 91 chartered chapters nationwide.
The National Black Nurses Association‘s Annual Institute and Conference provides its conference attendees with a unique opportunity to network and explore career and educational advancement opportunities with over 120 of the most prestigious hospitals and the finest schools of nursing in the country.
The future of nursing is changing and NBNA will continue to be at the forefront of that change by providing our members and conference attendees the latest and best practices in nursing leadership, research, information technology, health care management, as well as educational and employment opportunities. We hope you will join us!
NBNA provides numerous vehicles to attain your marketing goals and, as a result, identify, target and influence attendees to purchase your products and services. Whether your goal is to increase brand recognition, drive traffic to your booth or send your company’s message home with each attendee, you will find what you need to meet your goals at NBNA 2015.
COMPANIES NAME THE FOLLOWING REASONS FOR INVESTING IN NBNA:
Generate leads and build relationships with nurse attendees
Conduct quality conversations with nurse clinicians, researchers, educators and administrators and key leaders that positively impact the way they work
Create brand and product portfolio awareness
Participate in educational content
Gain exposure to state of the knowledge of the latest nursing innovations
Opportunity to see what competitors are doing and identify new trends and hot button topics
More than 1,000 nurses attended the 2014 NBNA Conference in Philadelphia
The National Black Nurses Association is fortunate to have great nursing leaders among its leadership in a variety of areas. The summary below is just an example of the signature programs and activities that draw African American nurses to NBNA. These programs help NBNA members grow stronger as they seek to provide culturally competent health care services in our communities.
The National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) was organized in 1971 under the leadership of Dr. Lauranne Sams, former Dean and Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama.