New in 2014
Fun and innovative changes are coming to AORN’s Surgical Conference & Expo 2014!
You can expect to become smarter, more influential, and energized. It's an experience you absolutely deserve.
You'll notice we changed the name of our conference to the Surgical Conference & Expo 2014. The new name better conveys the scope of our annual event and is inclusive to all health care professionals associated with surgical services. This is the BIG event in the perioperative industry where professionals have access to the largest surgical trade show in the United States, get access to the best and brightest in their field, network with others experiencing the same challenges, and have fun!
Here's a sneak peek at what's new in 2014:
of AORN’s OR Executive Summit - condensed program to help nurse leaders prepare
for health care reform.
Flip the Session: An Experiment in Content Delivery-You spoke, we listened. You want more
time for questions! Flip Session registrants receive access to a
live education webinar (1.0 CH) and its recording to view prior to the
conference. At the conference, a Q & A session will be held with the same
speakers on that same topic. The face-to-face interactive session is worth 1.2 CH.
Simulation - A dedicated room will be available onsite Monday and Tuesday for the simulation. Registrants
will be notified of the types of activities that will be available and how to
sign up mid-January. (Participation will be limited to attendees
notified of their time slot.)
Contact Hours for Buzz
Sessions - You select the topic, and we arrange for an
expert to facilitate the session. Requests for Buzz topics will be sent early January. The most popular topics will be
selected. Meet other attendees in a relaxed, casual environment so you can
share your best practices, insights, and tips while learning from one another’s
Reserve your room for AORN's Surgical Conference & Expo 2014 and get the hotel of your choice!
Hear from Rosemarie T. Schroeder, BSN, RN, CNOR, AORN President on why you should attend next year in Chicago.