NURSING EDUCATION ACCREDITATION CONFERENCE

About

When

July 16-18, 2020

Where

Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel & Convention Center
2450 Galleria Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30339 USA

Hotel Rate: $189 per night

Mission

The Nursing Education Accreditation Conference strives to exemplify the philosophy of accreditation and transition-to-practice programs by providing nursing administrators, faculty and students:

  • A community of scholarship in which to exchange a variety of novel ideas, share successes/ failures, and keep current with contemporary practices in nursing education
  • Personal support through individualized methods that develop and strengthen the effectiveness of accreditation
  • An opportunity to connect with colleagues from all levels of nursing preparation, applaud achievements as a community, and celebrate nurses’ global leadership in health outcomes

Vision

The goal of the Nursing Education Accreditation Conference is to create an engaged learning experience that empowers nursing administrators, faculty and students by imparting concepts that enhance the educational quality of nursing programs and contribute to organizational growth.

Core Values

In the pursuit of our primary mission, the Nursing Education Accreditation Conference affirms the following core values:

Establish Real Connections
Cultivate Meaningful Exchange
Build an Inclusive Culture

Abstract Submission

The deadline for submitting abstracts has passed.

Conference Program Planning Committee

Purpose:

The Conference Program Planning Committee (CPPC) provides vision and oversight and ensures the conference is aligned with the mission, vision and core values. They set content and networking priorities for the conference (including pre-session, plenary speakers, concurrent sessions and poster events). They lead the content planning meeting to review the abstracts vetted by the Council of Readers. The committee should re-engineer sessions, seminars, and workshops to meet content goals. In addition, they evaluate data from the previous years’ conference to inform of new goals for the upcoming conference.

Term: 2 years

Requirements:

  • Must be able to attend the conference
  • Able to allot up to 10 hours/ month of volunteer hours, if needed

Specific expertise, personal qualities or experience:

  • Come from an ACEN accredited program
  • Proven experience related to the applied position

Benefits:

  • FREE admission to the ACEN Annual Nursing Education Accreditation Conference

Submit:

  • Applicant Letter of Interest
  • Applicant CV/Resume
  • Minimally one (1) Letter of Recommendation

Click here to download and/or print the complete charter.

Council of Readers

Purpose:

Members of the Council of Readers read each abstract, ensure they fall within the scope of the conference mission, and consider its potential place in the final program.

Term: 1 year

Number of seats available: 8

Responsibilities:

  • Keep Abstract Chair updated on your progress, address any questions or concerns with them.
  • Score abstracts on a scale of 1-5 and submit to the Abstract Chair for presentation to the Steering Committee.
  • Make reviewer comments, concerns or suggestions in addition to abstract rating for use in final submission to the steering committee
  • The abstracts will be reviewed with no knowledge of the name(s) of the author(s)
  • Each member typically given topic areas that are within their expertise.

Specific expertise, personal qualities or experience:

  • Come from an ACEN accredited program
  • Proven experience related to the applied position

Submit:

  • Applicant Letter of Interest
  • Applicant CV/Resume
  • Minimally one (1) Letter of Recommendation

Pre-Registration

Conference Registration Fee

Registration Fee: $599

ACEN 2020 Nursing Education Accreditation Conference

By pre-registering, you will be notified once registration is open. This will provide you the opportunity to be among the first group of registrants to select from all available programs before they fill. Pre-registration is non-binding.