PLEASE NOTE: Due to a variety of factors, including the COVID-19 pandemic, speaker availability, and technology constraints, sessions are subject to change or be removed from the program at any time leading up to the conference. We appreciate your understanding. Thank you.
The 2020 AHCA/NCAL Professional Development Team worked together to design an education program that addresses current and pressing operating and care challenges facing providers today, especially considering COVID-19. With the changes driven by the pandemic, infection prevention and control, and critical workforce issues, it is imperative that providers join our first-ever interactive virtual convention to learn from experts and peers about new tools and resources, network with your peers, and come together to recharge and acknowledge your heroic efforts after a challenging year.
The comprehensive agenda covers all the issues you need to be successful in your community or organization. You’ll have a choice between engaging live sessions or pre-recorded on-demand sessions that offer practical, implementable solutions and best practices to our new reality. Our industry faced new situations, ones that tested every aspect of our work and showed our extraordinary resiliency and dedication. This program highlights what you need to continue providing the highest quality of care.
There is truly something for every long term care professional of every interest and every specialty. Convention tracks will focus on infection prevention and control, post-acute care, assisted living, clinical care, workforce solutions, risk management, and more. For a full list of tracks, session titles and descriptions, and faculty, please visit www.AHCAconvention.org.
Administrators: Continuing education approval has been requested for administrators from the National Association of Boards of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB). All attendees seeking administrator CEs will need their NAB Registry ID to register for convention.
Nurses: The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing Continuing Nurses Education is accredited with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. The final number of contact hours to be provided under ANCC criteria to be determined. Nurses will need their license information to register for convention.