Registration is now open for ARN's 2021 Rehabilitation Nursing Conference!

Join us in-person or online, November 10–12.

We're so excited for this year's Rehabilitation Nursing Conference, formerly known as REACH. 

ARN's Rehabilitation Nursing Conference is a truly unique event designed specifically for rehabilitation nurses to renew your energy and provide you with new knowledge and tools to continue providing excellent patient care.

Early registration saves you up to $150, so don't forget to register before May 3, 2021.

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New look, same great experience!

We changed things up! Our new look and title more accurately reflect our focus and dedication to providing impactful education and a rejuvenating place for you to connect with your community. The Rehabilitation Nursing Conference is the place where nurses who practice in rehab, as well as nurses who use rehab techniques in their day-to-day, can come together, learn from each other, and experience the unique joy that comes from being near others who share your particular experience. 

ARN’s Rehabilitation Nursing Conference is built for rehab nurses, by rehab nurses, and you’re invited to join us.

A new, hybrid format so you can join us how you’re most comfortable

This year, we have an in-person option taking place in Providence, RI, and an online option you can attend from anywhere. Join us the way you’re able—both formats will contain the same excellent education, the opportunity to earn CNE, and dedicated networking opportunities so you can connect with your fellow nurses, talk to speakers, and meet industry partners whether you’re in-person or at home.

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We can’t make the 2021 Rehabilitation Nursing Conference happen without your expertise!

We’re still accepting abstract proposals for ARN’s 2021 Rehabilitation Nursing Conference for papers, posters, and case studies until April 1, 2021.

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Be part of ARN 2021

Submit an abstract for the 2021 conference by April 2, 2021.

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