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  • Tuesday, August 20, 2019
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    8:00 am  -  5:30 pm
    Registration Opens
    Visit the registration desk to receive your registration materials and name badge. Name badges must be worn for all NCSBN sessions and events.
    9:00 am  -  5:00 pm
    Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) Commission Annual Meeting

    Open to the public

    11:00 am  -  5:00 pm
    Wellness Room
    4:00 pm  -  5:00 pm
    Nominee from the Floor Interviews with the Leadership Succession Committee (LSC)
    Any member who intends to be nominated from the floor is required to submit their completed nomination form and must meet with the LSC the day before adoption of the slate of candidates by the Delegate Assembly. Please contact memberrelations@ncsbn.org to schedule a time.
    6:00 pm  -  8:00 pm
    NCSBN Welcome Reception
    Navy Pier Beer Garden
    Navy Pier
    Chicago, IL

    NCSBN welcomes all attendees to the 2019 Annual Meeting. Please join us at the Navy Pier Beer Garden for a networking reception. This is an opportunity to meet your 2019 candidates.
     
    The reception is open to attendees only. Transportation will be provided. The shuttles will leave the Swissotel Chicago starting at 5:45 pm and run continuously. The last shuttle bus will leave the Navy Pier Beer Garden at 8:15 pm. 
     
    Walking map
     
  • Wednesday, August 21, 2019
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    6:45 am  -  7:30 am
    Walking Tour
    The maximum participant count is 20 people.
    The class is for registered attendees only. All participants will be required to sign a one-time waiver acknowledging participation is at their own risk.
     
    7:30 am  -  9:00 am
    Continental Breakfast
    7:30 am  -  9:30 am
    Organization Exchange
    Stop by the Organization Exchange to learn about products and services pertinent to the work of the NCSBN members.
    7:30 am  -  4:30 pm
    Registration
    Visit the registration desk to receive your registration materials and name badge. Name badges must be worn at all times in order to enter NCSBN Annual Meeting sessions.
    7:30 am  -  5:00 pm
    Wellness Room
    7:45 am  -  8:00 am
    Resolutions Committee Meeting
    Open to Resolutions Committee members only.
    8:00 am  -  9:00 am
    Delegate Orientation
    Open to all attendees.
    9:30 am  -  10:30 am
    Delegate Assembly: Opening Ceremony
    Opening Ceremony

    Welcome Address
    *Introductions
    *Announcements

    Opening Reports
    *Credentials
    *Adoption of Standing Rules

    Adoption of Agenda

    Report of the Leadership Succession Committee
    *Presentation of the 2019 Slate of Candidates
    *Nominations from floor
    *Approval of the 2019 Slate of Candidates
    10:30 am  -  11:00 am
    Organization Exchange Break
    11:00 am  -  11:20 am
    President's Address
    Julia George, MSN, RN, FRE
    President, NCSBN Board of Directors
    CEO, North Carolina Board of Nursing
     
    11:20 am  -  11:45 am
    CEO's Address
    David C. Benton, RGN, PhD, FFNF, FRCN, FAAN
    CEO, NCSBN
    11:45 am  -  1:00 pm
    Lunch
    1:00 pm  -  2:00 pm
    Keynote: Formulating Strategy & Aligning Influence
    Elizabeth Iro, RN
    Chief Nursing Officer at the World Health Organization (WHO)
     
    2:00 pm  -  2:30 pm
    Organization Exchange Break
    2:30 pm  -  3:45 pm
    Candidate Forum
    Kaci Bohn, PHD
    Chair, NCSBN Leadership Succession Committee
    Board Member, Arkansas State Board of Nursing
     
    Support NCSBN and your fellow NCSBN members. Come to the Candidate Forum to hear from the nominees for NCSBN elected office.
     
    3:00 pm  -  5:30 pm
    Parliamentarian Office Hours
    Take this opportunity to ask the Parliamentarian questions and/or submit resolutions. Resolutions must be submitted by 3:30 pm on Thursday, Aug. 22.
    3:45 pm  -  5:00 pm
    Committee Forums
    Finance Committee
    Gloria Damgaard, MS, RN, FRE
    Treasurer, NCSBN Board of Directors
    Executive Director, South Dakota Board of Nursing

    Strategic Plan Forum
    Julia George

    NCLEX PN Test Plan Forum
    Betsy Houchen, JD, MS, RN
    Chair, NCLEX Examination Committee
    Executive Director, Ohio Board of Nursing

    APRN Consensus Resolution Report
    Maryann Alexander, PhD, RN, FAAN
    Chief Officer, Nursing Regulation, NCSBN

    APRN Compact Forum
    Katherine Thomas, MN, RN, FAAN
    Chair, APRN Compact Task Force
    Executive Director, Texas Board of Nursing
     
     
  • Thursday, August 22, 2019
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    6:45 am  -  7:30 am
    Zumba
    The maximum participant count is 20 people.
    The class is for registered attendees only. All participants will be required to sign a one-time waiver acknowledging participation is at their own risk.
     
    7:30 am  -  8:30 am
    Organization Exchange Breakfast
    7:30 am  -  3:30 pm
    Registration
    Visit the registration desk to receive your registration materials and name badge. Name badges must be worn at all NCSBN sessions and events.
    7:30 am  -  5:00 pm
    Wellness Room
     
    8:30 am  -  9:00 am
    Elections
    9:00 am  -  9:30 am
    International Center for Regulatory Scholarship (ICRS)
    Maryann Alexander

    Objectives:
    1. Understand the ICRS program and its benefits to regulators.
    2.Develop a plan as how the courses will be of assistance to individual as well as staff learning needs.
     
    9:30 am  -  9:45 am
    Delegate Assembly: Election Results
    9:45 am  -  10:15 am
    Organization Exchange Break
    10:15 am  -  11:15 am
    Occupational Licensure Panel: Past, Present, Future
    Objectives:
    1. Understand and synthesize the many facets of occupational licensure.
    2. Apply principles to the regulation of nursing and develop sound responses to the need for licensure in nursing.
    11:15 am  -  11:30 am
    Executive Officer Service Awards
    Julia George
    11:30 am  -  12:00 pm
    What’s on Your Mind About the Future of Nursing Regulation Today?
    Join the NCSBN Board of Directors and NCSBN Leadership for an interactive session about your concerns and insights on nursing regulation. 
    12:00 pm  -  3:30 pm
    Knowledge Network Lunches
    NCSBN Knowledge Networks are brainstorming discussions regarding regulatory trends and issues.

    Choose from the following options:

    NCSBN Executive Officers
    Open to NCSBN Executive Officers only.

    NCSBN Board Presidents
    Open to NCSBN Board Presidents only.

    Regulatory Network
    Open to all attendees.
    2:00 pm  -  3:30 pm
    Parliamentarian Office Hours

    Take this opportunity to ask the Parliamentarian questions and/or submit resolutions. Resolutions
    must be submitted by 3:30 pm.

     

    3:30 pm  -  4:30 pm
    Resolutions Committee Meeting
    Open to Resolutions Committee members only.
    6:00 pm  -  6:30 pm
    Awards Reception
    Evening Cocktail Attire.
    6:30 pm  -  9:30 pm
    Awards Ceremony and Dinner
    Evening cocktail attire.
  • Friday, August 23, 2019
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    8:00 am  -  9:00 am
    Pearson VUE Sponsored Breakfast
    9:00 am  -  10:00 am
    Keynote
    Erik Wahl

    Wahl is an internationally recognized artist, TED speaker, and No. 1 bestselling author.
    His breakthrough experience as an artist and entrepreneur has translated into making him
    into one of the most sought-after corporate speakers on the circuit today.

    On stage, Erik’s keynote experience creates a dynamic multidimensional metaphor for how to systematically embrace innovation and risk. His message: disruption is the new normal and businesses must embrace creativity in a wholesale fashion, or risk being left behind. Erik’s presentation inspires organizations to be increasingly agile and outlines how to use disruption as a competitive advantage. Some companies will be disrupted others will choose to be the disruptor. Choose wisely.

    His new book, The Spark and the Grind, activates the essential components of translating ideas into action. His breakthrough thinking has earned praise from the likes of top influencers in both art and business. Erik’s previous book, a bestseller called Unthink was hailed by Forbes Magazine as The blueprint to actionable creativity, and by Fast Company Magazine as “provocative with a purpose.”

    The Warhol of Wall Street, the Renoir of ROI, The Picasso of Productivity, the Jobs of … Well, Jobs. Erik discovered an alarming truth early in his career as a partner in a corporate firm: organizations that encouraged the mental discipline of creativity did better than those that did not put innovation as a priority mission. So he set out to challenge companies to change their way of thinking.

    In the meantime, inspired by street art, he became an acclaimed graffiti artist—though he has since stopped selling his works for personal gain, and instead uses his art to raise money for charities. His keynote is where his passion for business growth and art converge into a fascinating performance.
    10:00 am  -  10:30 am
    Break
    10:30 am  -  11:00 am
    Delegate Assembly
    New business and closing ceremonies.

    11:00 am  -  12:00 pm
    Boxed Lunch
    Grand Foyer
    11:30 am  -  1:30 pm
    Post-DA Board of Directors Meeting

    FY20 NCSBN Board of Directors Only

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