ARNPs United of Washington State is holding their inaugural annual conference with a focus on “Reproductive Health in Turbulent Times.”
This 2-day event on Friday Oct. 20 and Saturday Oct. 21 will be held in Tacoma and features 15 expert speakers focused on Reproductive health.
Highlights of the conference include:
- Expert speakers
- Diverse topics
- 12 CE credits over two days
- Pharmacology credits
Attendees will learn from the best in the field while earning pharmacology credits.
You can customize your learning experience to suit your needs. Attendees can select which sessions or workshops to attend. ARNPs United plans to make recorded sessions available, possibly earning additional CE credit.
Lunch is included in the registration.
Please note that the maximum number of credits awarded is based on participating in all sessions.
Join us in supporting a great cause while having fun and networking with colleagues at the social fundraiser for Pro Choice Washington's Political Action Campaign.
Learn about the latest advances in:
- Abortion, medical and surgical
- Gender-affirming care
- Abnormal uterine bleeding
- Miscarriage management
- Vulvar evaluation and treatment
- IUD insertion
- Healthy intimate behavior/Sex toys 101
- Pelvic floor dysfunction
- Hysteroscopy for IUD string retrieval
Whether you're a primary care provider or a specialist in reproductive health, this conference is a must-attend event that will leaveyou feeling motivated and energized.
Register now and get ready to be inspired!
Coffee and lunches will be provided for all participants.
Students will get a $100 discount when they register for the full conference. The discount will
automatically be calculated at the end of the registration process.
Student discounts will be calculated automatically at the end.
- Member $450
- Nonmember $550
- Member Single Day $300
- Nonmember Single Day $350
This activity has been submitted to the Pacific Lutheran University Center for Continued Nursing Learning, approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation for 12 hours of CE credit with Pharmacology credits to be determined.