Join us for two incredible days at the 2022 ANCC Practice Transition Accreditation Program® (PTAP) Symposium, taking place virtually April 7-8, 2022. Learn from nursing professional development practitioners about world-class Transition to Practice Programs (TTP). Return to your workplace energized with innovative ideas, implementation tools, and a network of colleagues from across the globe. Earn up to 14.25 CNE credits.
The ANCC PTAP Symposium is designed for nursing professionals who are interested in learning best practices related to TTP residencies or fellowships. ANCC PTAP sets the global standard for residency or fellowship programs that transition registered nurses (RN) and advanced practice registered nurses into new practice settings.
TTP Program Director | Nurse Faculty | Chief Nursing Officer
Nursing Director or Manager | Magnet® Program Director | Pathway to Excellence® Program Director
Learn the best ways to engage with C-suite members and demonstrate the value of TTP programs.
Discover how to leverage the clinical learning environment through the new NCICLE Pathway to Excellence document.
Gain new knowledge from 24 informative posters on peer mentoring, RN resident work teams, surviving patient emergencies, “to name a few.
Engage in PTAP Power Sessions to enhance professional development, define program leadership, augment leadership roles, visualize quality outcomes, support the learner experience, address competency concerns, and more.
Share your PTAP pride at the PTAP Celebration (be sure to wear purple or your organization’s swag) and the PTAP Program Director of the Year Award presentation.
All of this, plus:
• A raffle drawing for fabulous prizes!
• The opportunity to earn 14.25 CNE credits.
• Plus, the ANCC PTAP Symposium is on-demand until May 31, 2022.
Tools for Measuring Transition to Practice Program Outcomes (1.0 CE)
Essential Self-Care for Essential Workers: How to Make Yourself A Priority
The ANCC Practice Transition Accreditation Program® sets the global standard for residency or fellowship programs for registered nurses (RNs) and advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs).