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NurseCentral / Events / ACNC 2018 Conference


ACNC 2018 Conference
ACNC 2018 Conference
Details
Commencing:
Friday 9 March 2018 at 08:00
Finishing:
Saturday 10 March 2018 at 15:30
Location:
Mercure Sydney, Sydney, NSW
Website:
Event Email:

Description

The Australasian Cardiovascular Nursing College (ACNC) are a not-for-profit association that supports the vital role of cardiovascular nurses within Australasia. The College is committed to equip and advance nursing practice, education and research.

The 2018 Conference will provide a platform to explore the latest trends in cardiovascular health and key issues specific to nursing practice in the cardiac care setting. Join us for the conference as we look to the future of advancing cardiovascular healthcare!

Earlybird registration available for a limited time! See the conference website for further details.

Fees
Earlybird (before 9 February): $595.00
Standard (after 9 February): $695.00
One-Day Registration: $395.00
Student Registration: $505.00
Aboriginal Health Worker: $355.00