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CGNA 2013 Conference - Registration Site Now Open!

The Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association 2013 Conference will be held at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel from May 29 - June 1, 2013

The conference theme is “Personhood & Caring: Honouring the Older Adult’s Life Journey”. 

Registration is now open!  Register now to take advantage of the early registration rate.

The discounted member’s rate has been extended to all NGNA members!

 
Call for Abstracts - Submit your Abstract Today!
The theme for the 2013 conference is ‘Personhood & Caring: Honouring the Older Adult’s Life Journey’. You are invited to submit an abstract for consideration as an oral, poster, or roundtable presentation addressing this theme.

Click here to view the full announcement and to submit your abstract today!

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JANUARY 9, 2013

Conference Hotel
Special room rates have been secured for our conference delegates at $149/night at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel.  To receive the conference rate, please ensure that you make your hotel booking no later than Wednesday, April 24, 2013, 4:00pm PT as the Sheraton will not guarantee this special room rate after that date. Although CGNA has reserved a block of rooms at the hotel for conference delegates, the rooms are assigned on a 'first come, first served' basis. Therefore, we encourage you to make your hotel reservation early to avoid disappointment. Contact the hotel, stating that you are attending the CGNA 2013 Conference to make your reservation today!

To Make a Reservation:
Option 1: Make your reservation online
Option 2: Call the reservation line at 888-627-8291 or 604-273-7878

Click here for more information

About CGNA
The Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association (CGNA) represents gerontological nurses and promotes gerontological nursing across Canada.
The vision of CGNA is to promote excellence in gerontological nursing through leadership, knowledge, and scholarship.
The mission of CGNA is to address the health concerns of older Canadians and the nurses who participate with them in health care.