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ANCC National Magnet Conference®

Claim CE by January 20, 2015
October 8-10, 2014 • Dallas, TX

Up to 22.5 contact hours provided

Celebrate Magnet Recognition!
More than 7,000 nurses and nursing executives from top hospitals celebrate Magnet Recognition and gather to share evidence-based practices at the ANCC National Magnet Conference®. This is the official annual conference of the prestigious Magnet Recognition Program®, serving as both a celebration of accomplishment for newly designated Magnet® organizations and a showcase of best nursing practices for the Magnet community. Everyone who seeks to improve their institution’s nursing program and learning about Magnet is invited to register. Attendees return to their hospitals energized to improve their nursing practice and equipped with proven methods to do so.


  • The newest advances in nursing quality improvements from the world's best hospitals.
  • The opportunity to network with and learn from 7000+ talented nurses, nursing executives, and healthcare professionals from top hospitals.
  • The latest proven best practices from Magnet-recognized hospitals.
  • A timely and cost-efficient way to earn continuing nursing education hours.

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Opportunity to Educate the Public About Ebola

Dear Conference Attendee,

You likely already know that Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital is treating a patient with the first travel-associated case of Ebola in the United States. Texas Health Dallas is a Magnet® hospital and a co-host of next week’s ANCC National Magnet Conference.

The vast and predictable amount of media attention surrounding this Ebola diagnosis in particular has upset and frightened many people. We encourage you to use this as an opportunity to educate the public about all infectious diseases and our hospitals’ capacity to deal with these issues. As you know, Ebola is not spread through casual contact and a person must have symptoms to spread Ebola to others, therefore the risk of transmission is extremely low.*

The American Nurses Association (ANA) and American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) support the health care team caring for the Ebola patient, and hope for full recovery of the patient as the staff works to ensure he receives the best possible treatment.

*For more information, see the CDC Ebola Overview and Questions and Answers on Ebola as well as Texas Health Resources for hospital updates.