Cardiovascular Nursing Clinical Symposium

Updated:Apr 16,2015
Scientific Sessions 2015 - November 7-11, 2015
 



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Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing

Cardiovascular Clinical Nursing Symposium: Nov. 10-11, 2015
Scientific Sessions: Nov. 7-11, 2015

NEW in 2015:
This year, the Cardiovascular Clinical Nursing Symposium does not require a separate registration.

Registration opens in June. Please visit the Scientific Sessions 2015 Registration section for more information on prices and deadlines.
 

2015 Key Dates
April 22Abstract submission opens
May 20Deadline to become an AHA/ASA Professional Member to qualify for priority registration
June 1Late Breaking Clinical Trials submissions open
June 3FAHA/VIP registration and housing opens
June 10Abstract submission closes
June 10Member & Media housing and registrations opens
June 17Nonmember registration and housing opens
June 22Late Breaking Clinical Trial submissions close
July 1Exhibitor/Group registration opens
July 27Late Breaking Basic Sciences submissions open
Aug. 19Late Breaking Basic Sciences submissions close
Aug. 26Deadline to become an AHA/ASA Professional Member to receive early registration rates
Sept. 9Deadline for early registration rates
Sept. 10Advance registration rates apply
Sept. 23Deadline to become an AHA/ASA Professional Member to receive advance registration rates
Oct. 7Deadline for advance registration rates
Oct. 8Standard registration rates apply
Nov. 6ReSS Young Investigator Networking Event
Nov. 7-8Resuscitation Science Symposium
Nov. 7-11Scientific Sessions 2015
Nov. 8-10Exhibits
Nov. 9-10Cardiovascular Nursing Clinical Symposium 2015



General Information

This cardiovascular clinical symposium provides the most up-to-date evidence-based practices for all nurses who care for cardiovascular patients to promote optimal patient care and outcomes.  Case studies will be presented to provide an opportunity for nurses to enhance critical thinking skills when caring for patients with cardiovascular disease.