The ARN 39th Annual Educational Conference provides discussions on basic knowledge and skills, recent developments in research and science, best practices, and evidence-based recommendations. The content is driven largely by clinical gaps and the associated educational needs as determined by the Program Planning Committee. All of this information is aimed at representing state-of-the-art advances in rehabilitation care, management, and research. Learners are also provided updates in advocacy and certification, offered multiple opportunities to network with faculty and participants, and given several occasions to interact with product vendors.
After participating in this conference, attendees will increase their ability to
- discuss state-of-the-art approaches to improving patient care and outcomes through the presentation and discussion
of advances in research, medicine, and nursing care and the influence they have on rehabilitation patients and their
- provide rehabilitation nurses with strategic knowledge about current issues facing the healthcare industry
- implement improvements to clinical practice and administrative strategies for effective rehabilitation of patients with a variety of diagnoses
- incorporate evidence-based practice into the care of patients and their families.