Exhibit Opportunity 2021 | Palliative Care

Friday | April 9, 2021

Conference Description

There is a continued demand for increased education around palliative care, both from the perspective of nurses and of nurse practitioners. As our population continues to age and people develop serious illnesses, it is strikingly important to educate care providers on the importance and provision of palliative care. Registered Nurses deliver most of the palliative care in the nation, yet few actually recognize that the care they are providing is palliative in nature. This hybrid virtual offering will be offered half live and synchronously online, and half asynchronously online. Participants will learn the fundamentals of providing palliative care for all patients.

Target Audience

Nurses new to palliative care, who are caring for patients receiving palliative care, and who are hoping to enhance and expand their education on palliative care. The content will be applicable to RNs and APRNs, with pharmacology hours offered to the prescribing provider. The content will also be applicable to clinical nurse specialists, nurses, physicians, physician assistants, pharmacists, and other healthcare professional in all settings who are interested in palliative care.

Exhibiting Format

$449/149 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 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


  1. Register: Go to the REGISTER | GO TO ACTIVITY tab to fill out your details.
  2. 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 errose@uw.eduAll content must be received no later than one week prior to the conference launch date
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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 errose@uw.edu


Additional Information

Course summary

Live Synchronous Sessions

8:00 amWelcome and Overview
8:15 amHow to Navigate Difficult Conversation  Darrell Owens, Lynn Reinke, Sharon Whyte, Meghan Green, Lauren Smilde
9:30 amBreak
9:40 amWhat is Palliative Care and When is It Appropriate to Start Palliative Care?   Darrell Owens
10:40 amBreak
10:55 amDemystifying the Palliative Care Consult: Focusing on the Patient's Narrative and Engaging them in Shared Decision Making   Sharon Whyte
12:15 amBreak 
12:25 pmHow to Develop a Person Roadmap for Wellbeing Through Evidence-Based Intervention to Resilience  Desiree Wood, DNP, ARNP, AGPCNP-BC, CCRN
1:25 pm Adjourn to On-Demand Sessions

On-Demand Sessions

What is Hospice, and What is It Not?   Meghan Green
Providing Palliative Care to Diverse Patients - Cultural Humility  Salimah Meghani, PhD, MBE, RN, FAAN
Ethical and Legal Aspects of Care   Lynn Reinke
Comprehensive Care of the Actively Dying Patient: Symptom Recognition and Management (Rx)   Jennifer Jarrett Lee, RN, MSN, ACNS-BC, CHPN
Seattle, WA
United States


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Is your company paying by check?

You can reserve online and pay by check by filling out the Exhibitor Payment Form