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Get your name, product, service, resource in front of 600+ nurses and health professionals from across Australia
APNA invites you to partner with us in our 11th National Conference for nurses working in primary health care, at the Adelaide Convention Centre, 4 to 6 April 2019.
2018 saw the APNA conference bursting at the seams with a record number delegates and sponsors.
Our conference will feature renowned speakers and focus on clinical and professional issues that affect nurses every day. The action-packed program will include workshops, keynotes, abstract presentations, posters and opportunities to connect with peers and experts in primary health care, including social events. In 2018, 92% of the nurse delegates rated the networking opportunities as good or excellent. The program will encourage delegates to engage with their colleagues, inspire leadership in one another, and enhance clinical expertise.
From running a workshop in your organisation’s area of expertise, getting behind a networking event, decking out an exhibition booth with your relevant resources, or popping an insert promoting your products into the delegate satchel – there is a sponsorship opportunity just right for you.
Check out the 2019 Sponsorship Prospectus to get an idea of the kinds of opportunities on offer and get in touch with the APNA conference team to discuss suitable options. The 2019 Sponsorship Prospectus will be available in the coming months.
Primary health care nurses are often the decision makers in their practice when it comes to certain products to stock; they are leaders, progressive and looking for the best resources for their practices and patients.
Supporting the APNA National Conference is a great opportunity for you to reach and connect with primary health care nurses. Exhibiting means you have ample opportunity to discuss and demonstrate what you can offer these eager nurses; build a relationship across three days that will carry on beyond the conference. The Exhibition Hall will be open from the Meet and Greet Welcome Drinks from 5pm on Thursday 4 April and through all meal breaks on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April.
We have been overwhelmed with the early enthusiasm for exhibition booths already. There is no substitute for real, face-to-face engagement with your market. Don’t risk missing out!
This is a great opportunity to develop relationships with nurses – we hope you can join us.