May 14-17, 2019 Chicago, Illinois
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I’m pleased to announce the National Conference for Nurse Practitioners: The Conference for Primary and Acute Care Clinicians that will be held May 14-17, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency Chicago in Chicago, Illinois. This bi-annual event is sponsored by Wolters Kluwer, publisher of The Nurse Practitioner® journal, and offers you educational sessions relevant to advanced clinical practice giving you the tools you need to improve the overall quality of patient care.
I hope to see you at the conference!
Margaret A Fitzgerald, DNP, FNP-BC, NP-C, FAANP, CSP, FAAN, DCC, FNAP, Conference Chairperson,
President, Fitzgerald Health Education Assoc, LLC


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* If you’re interested in other combinations of dates, please refer to the online registration page. Please note - all registration types include access to the Exhibit Hall during normal exhibit hours.

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CE & Rx Credit

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Hotels & Location

Headquarters Hotel

hyatt regency chicago

The Hyatt Regency Chicago offers an energetic, urban retreat near Navy Pier and is located in downtown Chicago. Discover Chicago’s popular attractions and things to do from Hyatt Regency Chicago. Walk two minutes to the Chicago River walk for boat tours or ten minutes to Millennium Park for outdoor recreation and events. Shop Magnificent Mile, visit the nearby museums, or check out the attractions at Navy Pier, all within a few minutes from the hotel.

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Exhibitors & Sponsors

Based on 30+ years of success for the National Conference for Nurse Practitioners (NCNP), Wolters Kluwer is excited to announce our next event—NCNP Spring, May 14-17, 2019, in Chicago. This event attracts more than 1,500 leading NPs who are transforming the healthcare marketplace. NCNP is THE trusted learning environment for NPs who practice in the primary or acute care setting. These NPs represent the thought leaders and influencers in the treatment and patient care of diabetes, obesity, cardiology, surgery, psychiatry, men’s and women’s health, and emergency medicine. They evaluate patients, diagnose, write prescriptions, and counsel patients, and they only attend NCNP (94% do NOT attend AANP and 96% do NOT attend NPACE).

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