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Northern New Jersey "Kim A. Lynn" Chapter of ARN
Visit the Northern New Jersey Chapter website for more information!
Broward District of the Florida Chapter of ARN
Michigan Chapter of ARN
Check back at the MI-ARN website for more information on the All Day Spring Conferece. This year's topic is Pain Management Strategies for the Rehab Patient!
Minnesota Chapter of ARN
Save the Date for Minnesota's Spring Conference.
Los Angeles/ Orange County Chapter of ARN
The Los Angeles/ Orange County Chapter of Association of Rehabilitation Nurses in conjunction with Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center is hosting their CRRN Certification Review Course at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center, Downey, California. For the course brochure, as well as registration and vendor information, visit http://www.ranchofoundation.org/news.html . Visit the LA/OC ARN Chapter website at http://www.laocarn.org
Greater Philadelphia Chapter of ARN
REACH OUT: CARING FOR SELF & OTHERS is the topic for this one-day educational conference. Don't miss it - Registration is due April 20.
Florida Chapter of ARN
The Florida State Chapter of Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (FSARN) presents our 40th Annual Educational Conference at the Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Resort, Orlando, FL. For the conference brochure, as well as registration and vendor information, visit our conference website at www.fsarn.org/conference2017.htm. Visit the FSARN Chapter website at www.FSARN.org.
Central Chapter of ARN and Greater North Carolina Chapter of ARN
The Central Carolinas Chapter of ARN in partnership with the Greater NC Chapter held a CRRN Review Course, September 9th and 10th with featured Instructor Lynda Jones MSN, RN, CRRN that offered 14.75 nursing contact hours.
Northern Illinois Educational Event
ARN Southeast Regional Conference
Providing rehabilitation practitioners an educational forum to network and gain basic and advanced knowledge needed to provide quality care, the Greater North Carolina and Alabama Chapters hosted the Southeast Regional Conference, “Surfing the Changing Tides: Embracing the Future of Rehabilitation” on April 7-8, 2016 in Wrightsville Beach, NC. Discussions included trending evidence based practice treatment modalities, ethical dilemmas, and technological approached influencing and/or impacting the care of patients with chronic illnesses and disabilities.
The Michigan Chapter Offers a Professional Experience for Student Nurses
To build a strong relationship with future nurses, the Michigan Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (MIARN) provides a group of student nurses with a professional experience, while showing them that continued learning can be fun, exciting, and stimulating.
Each year, MIARN holds an all-day educational conference that offers the latest in nursing and healthcare trends and provides networking and exposure to many vendors and sponsors. This year, the topic was “Patient Centered Care: Striving Towards Excellence, Challenges of the Older Adult.” To reach out to future nurses, MIARN invited the graduating class of the Everest Institute School of Nursing for Licensed Practical Nurses to attend the conference at a significantly reduced rate of $25. The majority of students who attended were already scheduled to begin an RN program after graduation.
MIARN was honored to have 23 students and three faculty members attend our program. A raffle was held for MIARN members to receive gifts from vendors and sponsors and two $1000 scholarships to attend the ARN 2016 REACH Conference in Philadelphia. To make this an even more special day for the students, a special raffle was held just for them and provided two fully paid scholarships to the MIARN all-day educational conference, which will be held on May 17, 2017. The feedback from this group was excellent. MIARN hopes the conference showed nursing students that rehabilitation nursing is a wonderful profession and that continuing education is a necessary and fun part of their future careers.