JUNE 7 TO 9, 2024
HILTON LAC-LEAMY

This year, the National Emergency Nurses Association (NENA) and the Association of Emergency Nurses of Quebec (AIIUQ) are joining forces to jointly present their annual conference!

These two associations, which are committed to the development and promotion of emergency nursing expertise, are joining forces to offer a bilingual event dedicated to all emergency nurses in Canada.

We are pleased to announce that the next joint NENA and AIIUQ Conference will take place in person, from  June 7 to 9, 2024 , at the Hilton Hotel – Lac Leamy in Gatineau  (QC).

An edition of three full days will be offered to you, where several activities await you such as workshops, training, conferences and plenaries.

This year, the Conference will take place under the theme: “  Innovations in emergency care: redefining excellence  ”.

FURTHER INFORMATION

THE PRE- CONFERENCE WILL TAKE PLACE ON JUNE 5 & 6, 2024.
MORE INFORMATION TO COME.

If you would like to register as a group (eight people or more), please contact us at  info@aiiuq.qc.ca , thank you!

REGISTRATIONS

The preferred room rate at the Hilton Lac-Lemay is $249/night. To take advantage of this preferential rate, you must first register for the conference. You will then be sent a link to reserve your hotel room.

PRICES

MEMBER

Full conference (early bird rate valid until February 19, 2024) $425
Full conference (regular rate) $525
Friday only $340
Saturday only $340
Sunday only $275

NON-MEMBER

Full conference (early bird rate valid until February 19, 2024) 550$
Full conference (regular rate) 650$
Friday only 410$
Saturday only 410$
Sunday only 340$

STUDENT

Package for the entire conference $250

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BECOME A PARTNER OF THE 2024 CONFERENCE

By becoming a partner of the conference, you will have access to a large network of professionals, both that of the AIIUQ and the NENA, and you will be able to make yourself known within the communities of the two associations which includes in particular: nearly 10,000 subscribers on Facebook and 3,600 contacts on the mailing list.

The Conference is an opportunity for participants to come together to share common interests in emergency care and demonstrate the expertise of Canada’s emergency nurses. These two associations promote collaboration and the development of practice in emergency nursing, through the organization of training and the consolidation of a community of practice.