Learn, network, and play at the Travelers Conference 2015!
The countdown is on for Travelers Conference 2015. Just 96 days, 20 hours, 46 minutes, and 33 seconds left to go as of this posting!
Traveler Conference 2015 will be September 14-15 in gorgeous Las Vegas. This year’s event, the 8th annual Travelers Conference, will be held at The Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino which is offering a $99 per night group rate.
According to its website, the Travelers Conference is an “annual event that provides Traveling Healthcare Professionals an opportunity to network with other travelers and top industry insiders” in a “relaxed, low-pressure setting.” There are experts, veterans, and reps from travel nurse companies available to share info, make connections, and just plain kick back with. While the majority of attendees are travel nurses and CEUs can be earned, the event welcomes traveling nurses, physical therapists, respiratory therapists, occupational therapists, nursing students, and those curious about exploring the possibilities of traveling as a healthcare professional.
The Travelers Conference 2015 keynote speaker is Jeff Solheim, MSN RN-BC CEN CFRN FAEN, who has worked as an RN for more than 25 years in a variety of roles and now works as a consultant, speaker, and founder of Project Helping Hands which places short-term medical teams in areas lacking access to basic services.
Other Travelers Conference 2015 speaker include: Joseph Smith of Travel Tax; Tracy Singh, RN, JD; Candy Treft, RN of The Gypsy Nurse; Kay “Epstein LaRue” Slane, RN, BS of Highway Hypodermics, and several other industry leaders and experts.
There will also be a Newbie Boot Camp held on Sunday, September 13th from 12:30-5 p.m., breakout sessions, social and networking events, and much more on the schedule.
All in all it’s a great opportunity for those in the industry to network, learn, and play!
Click here to learn more about Travelers Conference 2015, to register, and to keep an eye on that ever-changing countdown clock.
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