National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition
Join us for NTI 2015 in San Diego - AACN's National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition and the Advanced Practice Institute - where you can update your knowledge, refine your skills and always learn something new at the premier conference for high acuity and critical care nurses.
As a committed professional, you'll connect with colleagues from the U.S. and other countries who share your desire for new knowledge, renewal and rejuvenation. Make NTI 2015 your special time for learning and networking.
What Is NTI? Why Attend?
As a dedicated professional who cares for high acuity and critically ill patients, you have a unique opportunity to connect with other nurses at the National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition. Find opportunities you won't find anywhere else.
The Ultimate Get-Together
At NTI, you will join thousands of nurses who share your questions and experience the same highs and lows. Get away, rejuvenate and have a great time in San Diego.
NTI is the safe, comfortable place where you exchange stories, experiences and ideas with people who understand. Choose from hundreds of education opportunities about the care of high-acuity and critically ill patients, nursing practice, professional development and the latest trends.
It's hands-on at the Critical Care Exposition with cutting-edge technology from hundreds of exhibitors who value your feedback.
After NTI, bring back to your unit stories about great speakers, important clinical knowledge and inspiration.
Why Attend NTI?
With up to 35 hours of continuing nursing education (CNE) contact hours available via live sessions, and additional hours of self-study during and after the conference, the outstanding and diverse learning opportunities and inspirational gatherings promise to reignite your commitment to your practice and our profession.
Enhance your knowledge or focus on specialized content. The conference can be customized to suit your unique learning objectives with hundreds of sessions developed by learning facilitators who are experts in the critical care field.
Whether you spend the entire week or just a few days with us, NTI is the most valuable conference you will attend this year, offering:
Hundreds of sessions tailored based on what attendees tell us they value most in an educational program.
Up to 35 hours of continuing nursing education (CNE) via live sessions and Continuing Education Recognition Points (CERPs).
The best evidence-based practice to share with your unit that can contribute to improvement in patient outcomes and the bottom line.
Practice and technology innovations from more than 300 exhibitors at the Critical Care Exposition.
NTI ActionPak, a "take home" toolkit to make it easier to pass on valuable NTI educational content to colleagues on your unit and beyond.
Opportunities for all types of learning - hands-on, self-directed, peer-to-peer, roundtables with experts and colleagues, plus all of the informal networking you can fit in.
Inspiration, rejuvenation, networking and fun.
Exhibit at NTI
The National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition will be held in San Diego, May 19-21, 2015 (exhibit dates). The show offers 13.75 hours of exhibit time over three days, with 10 hours being dedicated (unopposed by clinical sessions) exhibit time.
The Critical Care Exposition is the largest, most comprehensive trade show for acute and critical care nurses, advanced practice nurses, clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, nurse managers as well as progressive care, transport and emergency department nurses who treat critically ill patients.
By exhibiting, you and your sales & marketing team can meet AACN's audience of 6,000 - 7,000 influential nurses.
AACN is the largest specialty nursing organization in the world, representing the interests of more than 500,000 nurses who are charged with the responsibility of caring for acutely and critically ill patients. The association is dedicated to providing our members with the knowledge and resources necessary to provide optimal care to critically ill patients.