Annual Conference

Dear Colleague,

The Pediatric Nursing Editorial Board and Conference Planning Committee look forward to seeing you in Chicago, IL, for another exciting conference! When you attend, you connect with leaders and colleagues in the pediatric nursing community. You’ll be inspired by top speakers and innovators in the field who will share new ideas to recharge your career; you’ll get to meet and talk with members of the Pediatric Nursing Editorial Board and other leaders in the pediatric nursing specialty, and will return home refreshed with skills and knowledge you can apply immediately to your practice!

The conference is sponsored by Pediatric Nursing journal, the premier resource for evidence-based clinical information, research studies, and advances in child health care, and is considered “the seventh issue of the journal.” Take advantage of all Pediatric Nursing has to offer by attending this dynamic and energizing conference and subscribing to the journal for added conference savings!

See you in Chicago in July!

Louise D. Jakubik, PhD, RN-BC, CSP, 2015 Conference Chairperson
Judy A. Rollins, PhD, RN, Editor, Pediatric Nursing

Registration

Registration is now open!

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Hotel Information

Hilton Chicago
720 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605

The Hilton Chicago has been designated as the official hotel for the Pediatric Nursing Annual Conference. A block of rooms has been reserved at the group rate of $179 single/double per night plus 16.4% tax. (Subject to change.) To receive the conference rate, make your reservation by choosing one of the following: call Reservations at 877-865-5320 and refer to 2015 Pediatric Nursing, or make online reservations.

Reserve your hotel room

Reservations made after June 8, 2015, will be subject to space and rate availability. Parking garage is next to the hotel: Self-parking is $55 per night. Valet parking is $69 per night.

Exhibitor Information

Exhibit to an anticipated audience of 400 Pediatric Nurses at the premier conference for bedside clinical nurses. Click here for more information.

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