Exhibit Opportunity 2021 | Ambulatory Care Nursing
Thursday-Friday | April 22-23, 2021
Nurses, nurse practitioners, medical assistants and other interested healthcare professionals.
Nurses in ambulatory care have diverse roles, serve unique groups of patients and require specialized clinical and management skills. This conference is an educational forum for those who practice in a wide variety of settings, including large and small clinics, physician offices, home health, long term care, public health, community health, occupational health, school health, college health, military health, specialty clinics, case management and other outpatient settings. Speakers include distinguished local, regional and national experts presenting on clinical assessment, nursing interventions, administrative/management issues and professional development. Conference goals are to strengthen the practice of nursing, promote innovation and create seamless systems for patients and communities. Teaching methods include lecture, discussion, case studies and collegial interchange.
Live speech: Present to the attendees after the keynote address for 10 minutes. (Please note due to ANCC guidelines this will be on a separate presentation URL than the speakers, hosted on UW’s Microsoft Teams account). You will have access to features including screen share, chat box and more
This offering also includes a virtual booth and the Silver tier.
SILVER: $999/$399 Nonprofit Agency
This conference is remote due to COVID restrictions. All attendees will be able to sign on to view content at their own pace and agenda. The exhibitions will happen asynchronously allowing your content to be available for six months after the conference date. To access exhibitions, attendees will click the “exhibitors” link in their online conference portal, to then be launched into an all exhibitor content in a separate tab.
How will attendees know about exhibitors?
- The exhibitor portal will be available alongside their handouts and mandatory evaluation
- A mention of exhibitors will be made during the welcome speech
- Exhibitors will be featured in all attendee packets along with speaker info
In your exhibiting space you can provide:
- Logo image
- a 120-word description of your company/product
- Resources ‐ Up to 5 links
- Photos or Graphics (the more options the better!)
- Quote or testimony
- Link to video (2-3 minutes) highlighting products and/or services (company hosted)
- Link to website
- Contact information and/or Calendly link
PROCESS TO GETTING A VIRTUAL BOOTH:
- Register: Go to the REGISTER | GO TO ACTIVITY tab to fill out your details.
- Send your content: You can decide what content you would like to include in your booth. The only content we absolutely require is a logo image and 120 word description of your company/product. Outside of that, it is up to you how much or how little you would like to show. When you do have your content together please send it directly to Emily at email@example.com. All content must be received no later than one week prior to the conference launch date
- Building of the booth: Due to our technology, UWCNE has to build out your booth for you. Your booth will be built in a program called Articulate Rise. Your booth will be completed for your review 2-4 days prior to the conference.
- Booth review: Once your booth is built, UWCNE will set up a time to screenshare your booth with you so you can make any changes or edits desired. We do this live with you on teleconference to make sure everything is good to go to your liking. If you fail to submit your materials 7 days prior to the conference, we cannot guarantee a booth review teleconference with you.
- Conference day: On the day of the conference attendees can view your booth alongside their speaker packets, evaluations and certificates!
Questions? Please contact Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org
DAY 1 KEYNOTE | THURSDAY, APRIL 22
Resilience: Facing Change and Bouncing Back, Stronger
Tim Cunningham, RN, DrPH, FAAN
Tim Cunningham never thought he would become a nurse. His first passion was in the performing arts—theatre, clown, dance and acrobatics. He worked as an actor for nearly a decade in various regional theatres in the U.S. and internationally. It was through those experiences that he began work with Clowns Without Borders in 2003. A small non-profit, Clowns Without Borders sends professional artists into war zones, refugee camps and other zones of crisis with the simple mission of catalyzing laughter and playfulness. Tim has performed in more than 20 countries with the clowns, he served for five years as the Executive Director of CWB and now sits on their Board of Directors. It was working in a pediatric ward in pre-earthquake Haiti that inspired Tim to study nursing. He graduated from the Clinical Nurse Leader program at the University of Virginia in 2009 and then worked an emergency/trauma nurse at the UVA Health System, Children’s National Medical Center and New York Presbyterian, Cornell. He has worked internationally as a clinician in post-earthquake Haiti; Sierra Leone, during the Ebola outbreak with the organization, Partners in Health; and most recently with Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. His work as a clown and nurse keeps bringing him back to the central question: What keeps people resilient? This question helped him complete his Doctorate of Public Health at the Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University. His dissertation focused on psychosocial support of expatriate Ebola aid workers in West Africa, with an emphasis on Narrative Medicine. In 2016 He joined the faculty at UVA with a joint appointment in the School of Nursing and Department of Drama. He also served as the Director of the Compassionate Care Initiative. Currently, Tim is the Vice President of Practice and Innovation at Emory Healthcare where he also holds an appointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Nell Hodgson School of Nursing at Emory University. Tim is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.
DAY 2 KEYNOTE | FRIDAY, APRIL 23
Lived Experience Dealing with Exhaustion, Resilience, Hope, and Gratitude During COVID-19
Antwinett O. Lee, EdD, MSN-CNS, BSN, RN
Antwinett O. Lee, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Michigan State University, (1983), Master of Science in Nursing, Seattle University (1997), Doctor of Education, Seattle University (2017). Dr. Lee’s clinical background is vast including practice as a clinical nurse specialist in continuing care, home health and hospice, as well as in public health, surgical oncology and general medicine. Administratively, Dr. Lee most recently served as the Director of Nursing for the Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech in Kirkland, WA. There, she led nursing faculty in curriculum development, pedagogy and instructional design. Under her leadership, their program successfully completed secondary accreditation through ACEN. Prior to her Director role at LWTech, she served as the Director of the Clinical Performance Laboratory. Her experience as a corporate educator for McKesson Health Solutions is yet another example of the broad array of teaching expertise that she brings to SPU Nursing. Dr. Lee has taken an active role in supporting the nursing profession with her many appointments to service organizations. She is currently serving as president of the King County Nurses Association Board of Directors. She is a member of Mary Mahoney Professional Nurses Organization, Washington Center for Nursing (WCN) and serves on the Professional Nursing Health Care Council of Washington State Nurses Association. Dr. Lee is also a member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society.