SPN ANNUAL CONFERENCE

About the Annual Conference 

The SPN Annual Conference showcases education and advancements across the breadth of the pediatric nursing profession. Join SPN in Anaheim, California, April 27-30, 2022, to experience a conference jam-packed with opportunities to engage and network with colleagues and pursue professional development, all while earning contact hours. With 4 days of sessions and 650+ pediatric nurses, you don't want to miss this event!

We are so excited to gather in-person for the Conference, however, we do recognize that the COVID-19 pandemic remains to be an ongoing situation. The SPN Board of Directors will continue to monitor local, state, and national guidelines over the next few months. Due to this, SPN will open conference registration later this winter, to continue safely planning the logistics and format of the event.

As always, the health and safety of our SPN members, speakers, exhibitors and staff are our top priority. We hope that everyone continues to stay safe and healthy. 

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Hear What Past Attendees Have to Say About the SPN Annual Conference

As a newer nurse who struggles to wade through the exhaustion and helplessness that can sometimes pervade our profession, attending this conference empowered and inspired me to be the change rather than waiting for it to happen. I'm so excited to be a pediatric nurse and I'm grateful for all of the knowledge I gained at this year's conference.

The conference helped increase my confidence as a pediatric nurse. This conference also inspired me to keep improving professionally and academically to provide the best care possible for pediatric patients. 

Not only did I learn updates about cutting-edge pediatric nursing topics, I also learned about how to incorporate new concepts into our nursing curriculum at my college. Kristen Villarreal, MSN, RN, CPN

This is the fifth year I've attended the SPN National Conference, and I always leave feeling energized and excited about new knowledge, new collaborations, and new friendships. Ruth Jacobson, RN, BSN