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November 15, 2018
Build Your Own Experience
This year the WOCNext schedule allows for attendees to "build their own experience" with varied sessions ranging from 30-minutes to 90-minutes in length. This alternative schedule enables each attendee to build a flexible schedule of sessions that best suites their needs. With nearly 60 speakers and over 50 sessions to choose from, attendees will leave WOCNext with diverse knowledge and insights into how to best identify, care for, and overcome some of the most challenging issues facing their patient populations.
Want to know what else is new at WOCNext 2019?
Click here to read our Q&A with National Conference Planning Committee Chair Sunniva Zaratkiewicz, PhD, RN, CWCN.
View This Year's Educational Lineup
Want to start building your WOCNext 2019 experience? You're in luck! The WOCNext preliminary program is now available to view online at
When you take a peek at this year's educational lineup, you will notice sessions spanning across specialties, care settings, and patient populations. This important format change has helped us procure topical sessions that ensure each learner gains the education they need to treat the “whole patient” at every step of their healthcare journey.
The preliminary program will be updated frequently. Please continue to check
wocnext.org for updated information.
If wellness is important to you, we've got you covered! This year one of the four trending healthcare themes at WOCNext is wellness. Sessions under the wellness theme will focus on behavior, actions and interventions to promote health and well-being for you and your patients.
In addition to sessions that promote wellness, attendees can also take advantage of numerous opportunities for indoor and outdoor activities while visiting Nashville.
Choose from cycling classes, running and walking tours, yoga with goats, and so much more. Music City offers activities that will keep you feeling healthy and active while in Nashville. Click here for a list of activities that promote health and wellness around the city.
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