To All 2016 ANCC Magnet Conference® registrants:
Hurricane Matthew may have curtailed the activities at the 2016 ANCC National Magnet Conference® but with this resolution, attendees can earn more than 2 TIMES the original CNE credits offered.
You received an e-mail notifying you of our intent to provide you with online access to concurrent sessions that were missed because severe weather caused some conference activities to be curtailed. ANCC has come up with an exceptional opportunity for all conference attendees.
To enhance your learning experience and increase the number of continuing nursing education (CNE) credits to be earned, you can now access concurrent session recordings of available presentations offered live at the conference. You can view a few or all of these recorded sessions. You have an opportunity to earn more than double the original CE credit offered for the conference.
You can also view and claim credit for the poster sessions that are accessible online for up to a maximum of 10 CNE credits.
If you attended the conference, you can claim credit for up to 3 CNE credits for attending the general sessions.
We know that it may take a while for you to complete the concurrent session evaluation, so the new deadline for evaluating sessions and downloading certificates is January 31, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. EST.
You can access the recorded sessions by clicking on the button below. You can also access conference materials and log completed CNE credits by clicking the Access Conference Materials button. Then enter your user ID and registration number. When you have finished viewing the sessions of your choice, click Submit. You can then print or save a copy of your certificate.
ANCC appreciates your continued patience and understanding and hopes that you are able to take advantage of this rare opportunity to earn up to 64 CNE credits. Thank you once again.
Jan Moran, MPA, BSN, RN
Director, Magnet Recognition Program®
Relive the 2016 Magnet Conference experience. Watch the various sessions and listen to attendees express their excitement at last year’s conference.