Three Ways to Learn, More Ways to Earn CE: Live and NTI Online Sessions

Maximize your learning at NTI and after the conference with a well-planned live session schedule together with self-study options that add value and flexibility to your educational experience.

The Best Way to Learn, On-Site and Live

Attend as many live sessions as you can to get the most from your NTI experience. Begin by creating and personalizing your educational program based on your learning goals, using our scheduling tool. Include plans to attend celebratory and social networking activities, and be sure to relax, reflect and network with other attendees.

Learn on Your Own at NTI

Use downtime between live sessions for self-study to bolster your NTI experience. Learning activities — including certification review courses and recorded sessions from past NTIs — are available online to earn additional CEs.

Free certification review courses are available online for registered attendees through Oct. 31, adding more than a $150 value — $200 for nonmembers — to your NTI conference fee. AACN’s website is your one-stop shop for self-study at the conference, accessed from your personal laptop. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.

Six Months of NTI 2018 Online Sessions to Keep Your Learning Going

The investment in your NTI education and learning can continue well after the conference. Keep your learning going and share it with others post-NTI by accessing NTI Online Sessions. More than 180 sessions will be available online for self-study with CE contact hours for six months after the conference, adding as much learning as you want to complete after NTI. You can also view NTI Online Sessions as a group, which is another way to bring new knowledge back to your unit and hospital. (Only full conference registrants earn CEs.)

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  1. kimberly schrier hoang says:

    How can one access NTI online if your not going to the conference this year and will ceus be awarded to those left behind as an AACN member and CCRN?

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