Virtual Access Registration

Not able to attend the in-person conference in Chicago? No need to fret. Experience the virtual conference! We have created a virtual platform with access to a limited number of educational sessions and poster viewings.

Virtual sessions are comprised of twenty pre-recorded sessions that will cover both Magnet and Pathway to Excellence (PTE) topics. Fifteen of these pre-recorded sessions are NEW presentations that are not included in the in-person conference.  Five of the pre-recorded sessions are considered a “Must See” and will be presented at the in-person conference and pre-recorded for the virtual platform.  *Please note: the five pre-recorded sessions may slightly differ if viewed in-person; however, the overall content will remain the same.  There are also eight poster groups (85 posters) to view. A total of up to 28 CNE credits can be earned.

You may register for Virtual Access only. All in-person attendees will automatically have access to the virtual access platform until December 4, 2023, at 11:59 p.m. ET. and DO NOT need to register for both. Virtual Access only registrants will also have access until December 4.

Register today for Virtual Access only if you are not able to attend the conference in-person.

Virtual Access Individual$599
Virtual Access Group (5+)$559
Virtual Access ANA Member$509
General Commisioners (VCOMDISC22)$399
On Demand Only — ANA Member$379
On Demand Only — Individual$399

INDIVIDUAL VIRTUAL ACCESS

$599

ANA MEMBER VIRTUAL ACCESS

$509

ANA member ID is required.

GROUP(FOUR OR MORE) VIRTUAL ACCESS

$559

10:00 a.m.

Access to the virtual platform opens for sneak peak of conference

9:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. 

Live Streamed Opening General
Session with with Keynote: Shawn Achor

Awards:
2022 Magnet Prize® and 2022 Pathway Award®
Margretta Madden Styles President’s Award

11:00 a.m. – Noon

Poster Viewing

Noon – 1:00 p.m.

Concurrent block – Select from five pre-recorded sessions.
Click below to see session descriptions.

Propel Discharge: An Interdisciplinary Throughput Initiative
Session: V-M801
TRACK: New Knowledge, Innovations and Improvements

Across the nation, capacity constraints plague healthcare institutions contributing to emergency department congestion, safety events and patient dissatisfaction. Join this presentation to learn how a large, Magnet-recognized, academic medical center improved throughput, expedited safe discharges and reduced length of stay using an innovative and interdisciplinary care model called Propel.

Presenters:
Jessica DeMaio, MSN, RN, CMSRN, CNML, Yale New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT
Chelsea Hogan, BSN, RN, Yale New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT

Decrease Turnover with Innovative Nursing Division Design
Session: V-M802
TRACK: Transformational Leadership

Learn how to decrease turnover by effectively leading the development of a dedicated Nursing Professional Development Division with unit specific Nursing Professional Development Practitioners that support novice clinical nurses, streamline the orientation experience, decrease first year turnover and improve Nursing Sensitive Indicators

Presenters:
Amanda Feild, MSN, RN, NE-BC, PCCN-K, Saint Joseph Hospital, Denver, CO
Lillian Donnelly, MSN, RN, NPD-BC, Saint Joseph Hospital, Denver, CO

Eliminating Invasive MRSA infections in a Neonatal ICU
Session: V-M803
TRACK: Transformational Leadership

Discover how a 68 bed, level IV NICU, essentially eliminated invasive MRSA infections through transformational leadership practices using a QI methodology. PDSA cycles are key!

Presenters:
Lindsey Garcia, DNP, MBA, MS, RN-CENP, Yale New Haven Health, New Haven, CT
Amy Fox, MSN, RNC-NIC, Yale New Haven Health, New Haven, CT

Active Shooter Simulation Creates a Harm Free Environment!
Session: V-M804
TRACK: Transformational Leadership

Are you prepared to respond to a mass shooting in your workplace? Learn how to prepare your teams with tools to maintain safety in violent events. This is a must attend for all healthcare workers looking to create a harm free environment.

Presenters:
Kelsey Zwang, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, NE-BC, UCLA Health, Santa Monica, CA
Maninder Jasdhaul, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, UCLA Health, Santa Monica, CA

Ensuring Quality Thrives During a Pandemic
Session: V-P805
TRACK: Safety & Quality

The pandemic forced changes in every aspect of care in the hospital setting. One large safety net hospital proved that despite the challenges, their quality of care around patient falls actually improved during the pandemic. A must attend for clinical staff and quality leaders.

Presenters:
Sarah Gartner, BSN, RN, CPHRM, Parkland Hospital, Dallas, TX
Shanna Choate, RN. Parkland Hospital, Dallas, TX

1:00 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.

Lunch break

1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.

Zoom ANAE Programmatic Roundtable Discussions

3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Concurrent block – Select from five pre-recorded sessions.
Click below to see session descriptions.

Magnetizing Across the Globe: International RN Visitors
Session: V-M806
TRACK: Transformational Leadership

This presentation showcases how an academic medical center promotes Magnet culture of nursing excellence with International Nursing Leaders through immersion activities. Learn how 100% of international visitors intended to bring Magnet to their hospitals and countries.

Presenters:
Elisa Nguyen, DNP, RN, CMSRN, Stanford Health Care, Palo Alto, CA
Ester Chyan, BSN, RN, OCN, Stanford Health Care, Palo Alto, CA

Injury Reduction: Q2 for the Patient and You!
Session: V-M807
TRACK: Transformational Leadership

Learn how transformational leadership directly impacted delivery of safe, high-quality patient care and promoted optimal health of intensive care unit nurses through unparalleled passion, patience, and perseverance by a staff nurse to obtain an innovative lateral turning device that decreases risk of both patient and clinician injury.

Presenters:
Karen Stenger, MAN, RN, CCRN-K, University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, Iowa City, IA
Julia Langin, MSN, RN, CWON, CMSRN, University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, Iowa City, IA

Role of Magnet Hospital Nurse Managers in EBP: Mixed Method
Session: V-M808
TRACK: Structural Empowerment

This mixed-method study (included a national survey) to gain insight into Magnet-recognized hospital nurse managers’ roles, the influencing factors, and the experiences in implementing evidence-based practice (EBP) to enhance EBP at the unit level and could support nurse leaders to sustain Magnet recognition.

Presenter:
Della Mathew, PhD, MSN, RN, Memorial Hermann – Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX

Strength to Rise Above It: Collaboration to Support Nurses’ Mental Health
Session: V-P809
TRACK: Well-Being

This presentation focuses on the feelings of fear, grief and loss experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic by intensive care unit direct care nurses and the strategies implemented to provide mental health support to improve nurse resiliency.

Presenters:
Joni Berry, BSN, RN, CCRN-K, Baptist Health Richmond, Richmond, KY
Lucynda Burdine, ASN, Baptist Health Richmond, Richmond, KYX

4:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

Break

4:45 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Live Streamed Magnet® and Pathway to Excellence® Designation Celebration

9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Concurrent block – Select from five pre-recorded sessions.
Click below to see session descriptions.

Bedside to Boards: Shared Governance and the Leader Journey
Session: V-M810
TRACK: Structural Empowerment

This presentation will examine a mixed method study of one organization’s 38 year old model of shared governance featuring a unique president role. Findings from focused interviews and surveys will detail how this unique model shaped future nurse leaders starting in their earliest roles as front line care providers.

Presenters:
Janet Stifter, PhD, RN, CPHQ, NE-BC, Rush University, Chicago, IL
Cathy Catrambone, PhD, RN, FAAN, Rush University, Chicago, IL

Virtual Acute Care Nurses: Implementing Successful Change
Session: V-M811
Track: New Knowledge, Innovations and Improvements

Discover how an interprofessional team led by nurses implemented acute care virtual nursing practice in a new care delivery model with improved patient experience outcomes and benefits to the nursing practice environment.

Presenters:
Michelle Collins, DNP, APRN, CNS, ACNS-BC, NPD-BC, NEA-BC, LSSBB, ChristianaCare, Newark, DE
Melanie Ries, BSN, RN-BC, ChristianaCare, Wilmington, DEn

Remember When You Were New? Establishing a New Nurse Council
SESSION: V-M812
TRACK: Structural Empowerment

To aid with the unique challenges facing novice nurses, a New Nurse Council was established to provide support, engagement, and professional develop

Presenters:
Jasmine Hossain-Wilson, BSN, RN, Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ
Margaret Hopkins – BSN, RN, CCRN, C-ELBW, CPLC, HBN-BC, Hackensack University Medical Center, Glen Rock, NJ

Pathway Culture; Leading MEANS Getting Out of the Way
Session: V-P530
TRACK: Shared Decision-Making & Leadership

Gain insight into what your Pathway/Shared Governance Coordinator wants from a CNO to cement the culture that sustainably meets Pathway standards with discrete strategies and actions, not a recipe book, that earns that culture; CNO’s will be challenged, and coordinators will be energized.

Presenters:
Dave Przestrzelski, MS, RN, WNC VA HCS Charles George VA Medical Center – Asheville, Asheville, NC
Natalie Parce, MSN, APRN-CNS, WNC VA HCS Charles George VA Medical Center – Asheville, Asheville, NC

11:00 p.m. – Noon

Concurrent block – Select from five pre-recorded sessions.
Click below to see session descriptions.

New Unlicensed Personnel Roles to Address Staffing Shortages
Session: V-M813
TRACK: Transformational Leadership

Aides and Interns and Senior Interns, oh my! Learn how one hospital developed and implemented new unlicensed assistive personnel roles to support direct patient care. These new roles also provided clinical practice opportunities for newly graduated nursing students awaiting licensure and addressed housewide nursing shortages.

Presenters:
Antonette Marie Desai, MSN, RN, CNE, Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, Chicago, IL
Selah Bustamante, MSN, RN, CRRN, Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, Chicago, IL

The Nursing Station: Where All the Talk Happens
Session: V-M814
TRACK: New Knowledge, Innovations and Improvements

The Nursing Station podcast is an innovative way to share evidence-based strategies to overall nursing experts in an academic health system. The series highlights experts coming together to share contemporary information to keep staff informed of nursing trends.

Presenters:
Julie Wan, MS, RN, NYU Langone Hospital, Brooklyn, NY
Kelly Laurent, MS, RN, NYU Langone Medical Center, NY, NY

Promoting Engagement Through the Application of the ANCC PTE Standards
Session: V-P815
TRACK: Shared Decision-Making & Leadership

Involving the direct care nurses in the planning and implementation of strategies for aligning the organizational processes with the ANCC Pathway to Excellence standards result in better engagement and satisfaction.

Presenter:
Jaime De Vera, MS, RN, CCRN-K, NYC H+H/Queens Hospital, Jamaica, NY

Changes to the Framework for Positive Practice Environmentst
Session: V-P531
TRACK: N/A

The session will explore best practices and evidence-based strategies in integrating and hardwiring diversity, equality, inclusion, and belongingness into the organization’s culture.

Presenters:
Leigh Hume, MN, RN, NE-BC, American Nurses Credentialing Center, Silver Spring, MD
Maricon Dans, MSN, RN, NE-BC, American Nurses Credentialing Center, Silver Spring, MD

2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Zoom ANAE Programmatic Roundtable Discussions 

3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Break 

3:30 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Live Streamed General Session with speaker Suneel Gupta
Awards:
Magnet Nurse of the Year®
Pathway Nurse of the Year®

IN-PERSON
(registration includes virtual access too)
VIRTUAL

Concurrent Sessions

  • 120 concurrent educational sessions over three days
  • 15 exclusive pre-recorded concurrent educational sessions not offered at the in-person conference
  • 5 MUST SEE concurrent educational sessions that are also featured during the in-person conference
  • All 20 virtual concurrent sessions will have a live interactive networking Q&A with the presenters

Posters

  • 170 posters
  • 85 posters out of the 170 in-person conference posters

Total CNE Credit Hours Offered

  • Up to 44 CNE credits
  • No CNE awarded for general sessions
  • Up to 28 CNE credits
  • No CNE awarded for general sessions
  • No CNE awarded for roundtable discussion groups

General Sessions

  • Four general sessions
  • Three keynote speakers
  • Award presentations
  • National Magnet Recognition and Pathway to Excellence designation celebration
  • No CNE credits awarded
  • Three lived streamed general sessions
  • Two keynote speakers
  • Award presentations
  • National Magnet Recognition and Pathway to Excellence designation celebration
  • Saturday’s general session will not be offered
  • No CNE credits awarded

On-demand access to the Virtual Platform until December 4, 2023

ANAE Booth Access

  • Four days of booth access
  • Passport to Prizes, raffles and engagement activities
  • Face-to-face interaction with ANCC and ANA program staff
  • Onsite gift shop and bookstore with special discounts and book signings
  • Resource center with downloadable programmatic ANAE information.

Vendor Exhibit Hall

  • Access to over 300 exhibitors
  • Numerous giveaways
  • Access to sponsored presentations at the Presenter Theater
  • Interactive lounges and photo ops throughout the hall, Nurses at Play engagement area.

Engagement Activities

  • Passport to Prizes, raffles and engagement activities
  • Face-to-face interaction with ANCC and ANA program staff
  • Virtual lounge with networking activities
  • Raffles and prizes
  • Scavenger Hunt

ANAE Program Roundtable Discussions

  • Exclusively available to the virtual audience — live roundtable with the ANAE program staff.
  • No CNE credits awarded for the roundtables

CONTINUING NURSING EDUCATION (CNE) HOURS:

Once again, we are offering a virtual access component. Individuals can register for virtual access only or they can register to attend the conference in-person. When registering for the in-person event, attendees will automatically be given access to the virtual component, so there is no need to register for both. For individuals who register for the virtual access component only, they may earn up to 28 CNE. This includes 20 concurrent sessions and 8 poster group sessions (85 posters in all). For individuals, who register for the in-person conference and have automatic access to the virtual component, they may earn up to 44 CNE with in-person and virtual access combined. This includes 8 concurrent sessions and 20 CNE from posters viewed (in-person) and up to an additional 24 CNE via virtual access.

Note: In-person attendees may not claim CNE credit for the matching virtual concurrent session or poster sessions previously attended at the conference itself. Therefore, whichever in-person session you are unable to attend while in Chicago, you may view the sessions offered virtually and earn CNE credits for it. You may not claim CNE for the same session twice. All those attending the event in-person will automatically have access to the virtual sessions.