Stop by the Attendee Service Desk, the Conference Materials Pick-up Desk, or the Hospitality Desk on the 3rd floor to ask an NASN staff member or school nurse host volunteer any question. Feel free to ask questions of our officers and directors on the board too. You can identify everyone by the information on their conference badge and/or conference ribbons.
JW Marriott Indianapolis
10 South West Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Toll Free: 866-704-6162
In case of emergency at the Marriott, dial x0 from your guest room or any house phone for the operator or security. Dial 317-860-5800 from a cell phone.
Refresh the Eventsential Mobile App
To be sure you have the most up-to-date information in your app, refresh each morning. Select Event Details and then Settings. Look for the refresh icon and select it.
NASN has purchased access to a limited amount of wireless Internet bandwidth within the conference meeting space (meeting rooms, foyers, registration area and exhibit hall) intended only for light web browsing, web-based emailing and messaging, and use of the mobile app.
1. Connect to Wireless Network: Marriott-CONFERENCE
2. Open Internet Browser (Should bring you to sign-on page)
3. Click on “I agree” to the Terms & Conditions
4. Enter Access Code: nasn2016
5. Click on “Submit”
6. If connected device is inactive for 15 minutes, or if device goes into sleep mode, the connection could drop. If this happens, repeat steps 1-5 to reconnect.
When you arrive at the conference hotel, stop by the Conference Materials Pick-up Desk to pick up your badge. Name badges must be worn for admittance to all events. Your name badge is proof of registration. You may not be allowed to participate in conference activities without it.
Cell Phones and other Mobile Devices
Cells phones and other mobile devices can enhance your learning experience. Session handouts are provided to all attendees online in digital form, and participation in online discussions such as Twitter is highly encouraged. For this reason, NASN encourages you to bring your mobile device with you. However, it is very important to have respect for other attendees during sessions. Remember to turn off your cell phone ringer and do not take telephone calls inside session rooms.
Evaluations and Certificate of Completion
Attendees will complete conference session evaluations and an overall conference evaluation online. Upon attendance and completion of the evaluation process, attendees will be awarded a Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) certificate of completion. Visit the NASN home page for a link to the evaluation website https://www.nasn.org.
Digital handouts will be available during the week of June 20th. They will be linked in each educational session in the mobile app schedule and also on the conference website. You must login using your NASN website login to access digital handouts.
Handouts are also included in the spiral bound syllabus. Those who purchased a syllabus will receive it when they pick up their conference materials at the Conference Materials Pick-up Desk. If you did not purchase a syllabus and would like one, a limited number will be available onsite to purchase for $50.
Seating in all sessions is available on a first-come, first-served basis; you do not have to let NASN know which of these sessions you plan to attend. This practice allows all attendees an equal opportunity to attend the session(s) of their choice. Please note that seating is limited to the capacity of the meeting room and capacity varies for each session. Please arrive early to assure a seat. Room capacity for each session is listed in the description throughout the conference program. For all preconference events, seating is reserved through the purchase of a ticket.
Do you have a special request (i.e. allergies, special needs, etc…)? If so, let the staff at the Attendee Service Desk know. Reasonable accommodations will be made to ensure that your conference experience is a good one.
Sponsorship and Endorsements
The goal of the NASN Annual Conference is to promote a free exchange of information in a non-biased independent manner in order to advance the practice of school nursing and provide leadership in the implementation of quality health programs in the school community. Sponsorship of any educational program or distribution of any product or materials by a specific organization or corporation does not indicate endorsement by the National Association of School Nurses or the American Nurses Credentialing Center. NASN will use no educational activity to promote a specific product or service.
NASN reserves the right to substitute topics/speakers if necessary. All listed presenters are confirmed at press time.
Tickets are required for admittance to preconference and other noted events. Please refer to the event description for specific ticket requirements.
Use of Likeness
By registering for this conference, you agree to grant NASN permission to use (display, publish, etc.) any photograph(s) of your likeness at this conference for all purposes, including those specified here: all advertising, publicity purposes, in print and electronic environments. Photos are used in promotional publications to educate the public about NASN online and the work of its members. Photos may be transmitted to news media outlets for distribution. Photos may also be displayed on web sites maintained by NASN. Photos may be kept in a stock photo file housed in the NASN offices in Silver Spring, MD. NASN always strives to present individuals in a complimentary, culturally-sensitive and appropriate manner.