Conference Fee

The conference fee includes daily breakfast, lunch, break refreshments, and the welcome reception.

Fee: $349*

All registrations should be received on or before Sunday, June, 1.

Payment must be indicated at the time of registration. Credit cards, checks, or money orders are acceptable. Credit card payments may only be made online via PayPal. Registration received after Sunday, June 1, including onsite registration, will cost $400.

*A discounted fee of $299 is available for UPMC staff, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing faculty and graduate nursing students, and the first author of accepted poster presentations.

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be made in writing. Cancellations received on or before Sunday, June 1 will be refunded minus a $50 administrative fee. No registration fees will be refunded after Sunday, June 1.

The UPMC Center for Nursing Excellence and Innovation and the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing reserves the right to cancel the conference if a sufficient number of advanced registrations are not received. In case of cancellation registration fees will be refunded in full.


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