NCNP 2020 Spring Conference Has Been Cancelled due to COVID-19 Developments

The National Conference for Nurse Practitioners is a bi-annual event 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.

The NCNP Conference strives to meet your continuing education needs by providing evidence-based educational sessions, hands-on workshops, and skill-building sessions that deliver comprehensive, results-oriented patient care strategies. Our expert speakers will cover a broad range of topics for advanced practice clinicians in both primary and acute care settings. Topics include opioid prescribing, mental health, hypertension, diagnostic testing, sepsis management, diabetes, sports medicine, geriatric emergencies, heart failure, and obesity, among others. We’ll also cover topics in men’s and women’s health, pediatrics, geriatrics, and more.

CE and Rx credit will be awarded upon completion of the conference. In addition, be sure to take advantage of the hands-on workshops incorporated throughout the program! We’re offering our most popular workshops once again as well as new ones, and we’ve expanded session limits to accommodate more people. Remember to register early to secure your spot— these workshops are a BIG reason why many of you attend, and they almost always sell out!

We think you’ll agree that the National Conference for Nurse Practitioners is the best choice for your continuing education needs. You’ll enjoy a terrific setting, an evidence-based approach to learning, easy access to continuing education, numerous meal functions (which really sets the conference apart from all other events), and best of all, the opportunity to collaborate and exchange ideas with your peers.

See you at the Fall conference at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas!


NCNP is the trusted learning environment for NPs who practice in both primary and acute care settings. These NPs represent the thought leaders and influencers in the treatment and patient care of diabetes, obesity, cardiology, surgery, psychiatry, emergency medicine, and other specialties.