Speaker will be available during Thursday's meet the presenter time.
Speaker will be available during Friday's meet the presenter time.
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Welcome to the APNA 34th Annual Conference Virtual Poster Hall!
Use the links at the left to browse the posters, go into each presentation, and (during provided times) ask questions and chat with poster presenters. Remember - you can earn up to 5.0 contact hours for time spent viewing and evaluating the posters!
New feature! Play a short audio clip to hear directly from presenters when you go into individual posters with the audio icon.
Meet the Poster Presenters Thursday, October 1 from 1:55pm ET to 2:55pm ET Friday, October 2 from 1:55pm ET to 2:55pm ET
Connect with poster presenters using the discussion and q&a feature during this dedicated time. Each presenter is marked with a Th or Fr icon to indicate their availability.
To complete your poster evaluations,visit www.apna.org/ACEvals. Posters are listed as a separate section under the day listing.
Nursing Continuing Professional Development (NCPD) contact hours – through November 13, 2020
Contact hours are determined by the time spent reading the posters and includes a minimum number of posters viewed. In order to earn contact hours, learners must view the poster in its entirety, read the abstract, and complete an evaluation for each poster viewed. A minimum of 6 posters must be completed for each contact hour earned. Contact hours will be calculated based on the following scale and will be available until November 13, 2020. Contact hours for poster participation will not be awarded after that date.
6-8 posters – 1.0 contact hours
9-11 posters – 1.5 contact hours
12-14 posters – 2.0 contact hours
15-17 posters– 2.5 contact hours
18-20 posters – 3.0 contact hours
21-23 posters – 3.5 contact hours
24-26 posters – 4.0 contact hours
27-29 posters – 4.5 contact hours
30+ posters – 5.0 contact hours
The American Psychiatric Nurses Association is accredited with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.