AACN’s annual National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition to be held in Boston this May

AACN’s annual National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition to be held in Boston this May

Health care institutions and organizations strive to cope with technological advancements at the heart of patient care in partnership with dedicated nurses through fruitful conferences.

The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) will host its annual National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition, (NTI), on May 21-24 in Boston, with pre-conferences at May 20.

This event offers hundreds of sessions to improve patient outcomes, clinical practice, and hospitals’ criterion with a complete program that integrates the best evidence-based education, anticipating more than 8,000 attendees, that includes nurses at the vanguard of research, academe, staff development and management.

Majority of NTI’s 300 sessions will take place at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, with other events at the nearby Westin Boston Waterfront hotel.

The NTI integrated, Advanced Practice Institute, has more than 70 sessions which consist of numerous pre-conferences, leadership role development, clinical sessions, pharmacology and mastery sessions, specially developed for advanced practice nurses.

Also included in NTI is the largest and most widespread trade show which is specifically for critical care and acute nurses, the Critical Care Exposition. Considered to be one of the fast-rising trade shows in the U.S (among 50 shows) as ranked by Trade Show Executive magazine, the Critical Care Exposition fill the 300,000 square feet exhibitions with healthcare equipment, supplies, and devices as well as career openings.

NTI is almost a 38-hour of continuing education (CE) earning for the participants. CE’s depend on the number of sessions a participant attends to and it is calculated on a 50-minute contact hour.

Conference sessions on the event largely center on clinical education with today’s various critical care settings. Topic areas include:

  • Eradicating healthcare-associated infections and medical errors
  • Reconstructing patient outcomes and financial savings with nurse-led innovations
  • Building and supporting healthy work environments
  • Recognizing the benefits and risks of healthcare technology
  • Assimilating new research findings into evidence-based patient care


An online access to certification review courses, past NTI sessions and more than 180 recorded sessions from NTI is given to the accomplices as additional value. Hence, these materials encompass the on-site learning provided throughout the conference and will be available until Oct. 31, 2018.

For more details, you can visit: www.aacn.org/nti

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