ITNS 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting
October 22-25, 2020 | Online
The 2020 ITNS Annual Meeting will be 100% online this year. Our world has changed and continues to change daily because of the COVID-19 crisis. For the safety of the ITNS community, conference speakers, and poster presenters, we look forward to offering you the same education we delivered in the past in a new format.
This year, you can expect:
- access to all educational sessions to earn 30 CNE/Category 1 CEPTCS credits
- listen to audio clips from poster persenters as your schedule permits, and connect with authors through a discussion board.
- an opportunity to connect with speakers and attendees through live chat and networking events.
- preconference events that provide a deep dive into Immunology, Leadership, and Pharmacology 101
- the chance to win prizes and connect with industry in a virtual exhibit hall
Attendees have access to all recordings and can take advantage of CNE/CEPTCS through October 31, 2021.
Register by October 7th to save $100 USD on your registration fee.
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2020 International Transplant Nurses Society Annual Meeting
The ITNS Annual Meeting will take place online. Your registration fee includes access to all educational sessions, posters, and exhibits, CE/CEPTC. Educational sessions will be mix of prerecorded and live sessions. You will have access to educational sessions and e-posters for one-year following the Annual Meeting.
ITNS members save on Annual Meeting Registration! If you aren't an ITNS member, take advantage of the Join and Register rate at checkout to save on your registration fee, and access one year of ITNS member benefits.
Before October 7
|After October 7
|Annual Meeting Registration
(30 hours CE/CEPTC)
|Member||$449 USD||$549 USD|
|Member - Emerging Countries||$249 USD||$349 USD|
|Nonmember||$569 USD||$669 USD|
|Nonmember - Emerging Countries||$369 USD||$469 USD|
(2 hours CE/CEPTC
|$179 USD Member
$229 USD Nonmember
(Up to 4 hours CE/CEPTC)
|$75 USD Member
$99 USD Nonmember
(2 hours CE/CEPTC)
|$75 USD Member
$99 USD Nonmember
Category I Continuing Education Points for Transplant Certification have been applied for through the American Board for Transplant Certification. This activity has been submitted to the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses for approval to award contact hours. The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
Full Symposium, Presymposiums, and Posters= 30.07
Full Symposium, CCTN/CCTC Review Course, and Posters= 40.57
Contact hours are calculated based on the minutes of educational content delivered during a session; i.e., 30 minutes = 0.5 contact hours, 60 minutes = 1.0 contact hours. The contact hours awarded are based on session attendance (which may include poster reviews) and the completion of session/poster evaluations. Please call the ITNS office at +1.847.375.3694 for more information about contact hours. International attendees will receive a certificate of attendance.
Conference Cancellation Policy: All cancellation requests must be made in writing. A $100 processing fee will be charged for all cancellations postmarked on or before October 1, 2020. No refunds will be made under any circumstances on cancellations postmarked after that date. ITNS reserves the right make necessary Annual Meeting educational session adjustments at its sole discretion. If ITNS must cancel the entire meeting, registrants will receive a full credit for their paid registration fee.
Friday, 15 November from 17:30-18:30
Join us at the Opening Reception to enjoy drinks and appetizers as you visit the exhibitors and view the posters!
Friday, 15 November from 12:30-16:00
More information coming soon!
Non-CE Lunch Symposium Supported by Care DX
Sunday, 17 November from 12:00-13:15
Novel, Non-Invasive Surveillance Testing for Transplant Recipients
Supported by: CareDx
Non-invasive biomarkers to assess for active organ injury in the transplant patient is one of the unmet needs in long-term surveillance. Current assessment via functional markers may not assess active injury or often don’t become elevated until irreversible damage has occurred. Donor-derived, cell-free DNA (AlloSure) is available now to the transplant community to address this need. Please join Dr. Sandra Carey, PhD, MPH, CCRN, ANP-BC, FHFSA, from Baylor-Scott & White at the ITNS lunch symposium to explore this topic further.
If you have already registered for the conference but would like to add on a special event, please contact ITNS Member Services at email@example.com.