Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Professional Nurse Educators (PNEG) and Villanova CE

Gateway to Innovation and Creativity in Nursing
The 37th Annual National Conference by the Professional Nurse Educator's Group
October 21-24, 2010 ~ Renaissance HarborPlace Hotel ~ Baltimore Maryland

This conference offered in collaboration with the Professional Nurse Educators Group (PNEG), has served as a prominent vehicle for educators from all over the United States to strengthen their roles through learning, sharing and networking with professional colleagues. Those involved with education in schools of nursing, continuing education, staff development, and entrepreneurs will find this meeting advantageous. Goals for the 2010 conference are to:
• Discuss critical issues and concerns facing professional nursing education and development
• Develop practical strategies for effectively managing the challenges encountered in the work environment
• Explore how those in education and practice can successfully sustain competent learners and practitioners
• Network with colleagues in academic, staff development and continuing education roles

Topics can be submitted for podium or poster presentations, or special interest group discussions. Abstracts can be submitted electronically by going to the continuing education web page of the College of Nursing
Deadline for submission is March 10, 2010.


  1. This is really good! Conferences give students a chance to interact with people belonging to different cultures, background and lanuage, giving them enough exposure to interact with them and make it a learning experience.
    Continuing Education

  2. Conferences and seminars sometimes do count as nursing continuing education credits. Those things can really be great for nurses as it is one of their tools in learning more about their jobs and learning new things like technology or techniques in the job.