8th International Nurse Education Conference
6-9 December 2020 | Sitges, near Barcelona, Spain
As the spread of COVID-19 continues and the situation is still uncertain, Elsevier and the Conference Chairs have taken the decision to postpone NETNEP 2020 to 6-9 December 2020, in the same venue in Sitges, Spain.
We will continue to closely monitor developments, taking advice from the WHO and other agencies, but as the safety of our customers and colleagues is paramount, we feel it is pertinent to postpone until December.
Any pre-registered delegate will automatically be transferred to the new conference date in December unless you notify us that you will not be able to attend on those dates.
Transforming nursing and midwifery education: leadership innovation and diversity for global healthcare impact
2020 The Year of the Nurse and the Midwife
NETNEP 2020 supports the 2020 Year of the Nurse and Midwife (YONM) and the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale. In recognition of these milestones, NETNEP 2020 will feature the inaugural Elsevier Emerging Leader in Nursing and Midwifery Education Award to recognise outstanding contributions towards achieving the WHO goals for the YONM.
Topics will include:
- Teaching & assessment
- Learning in practice – Clinical education
- New technologies, simulation and social media in teaching and practice
- Curriculum innovation & development
- Evidence and educational discourse
- Research, scholarship and evaluation
- Professional development & leadership
The NETNEP series of conferences are designed to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience of nursing, midwifery and healthcare education worldwide. NETNEP 2020 will continue this philosophy by encouraging the sharing of research and practice of nursing, midwifery and healthcare education as it impacts on the learning experience of students and qualified practitioners and the health and social care needs, and safety, of the individuals and communities it serves worldwide.
There will be a large number of presentations throughout the three day event, including keynote presentations and contributed oral and poster presentations - including the Rapid5 short oral communications - giving delegates the opportunity to hear not only the latest research or innovation in education in a myriad of different contexts but also to participate fully in an interactive programme.
The conference experience is for anyone involved in the delivery, development and organisation of nursing, midwifery and healthcare education, as well as those who actively engage in participating in educational programmes. The conference particularly welcomes contributions from faculty, nursing and midwifery educationalists, academic administrators, senior education managers, practitioners, researchers and students.
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