Frequently Asked Questions
The past year has presented challenges to all of us – personally and professionally. What better way to look forward than planning to attend the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners’ 42nd National Conference on Pediatric Health Care being hosted in March.
As NAPNAP prepares to host our first fully hybrid conference, offering you a choice of in-person or virtual attendance, we anticipate that you may have questions for us. Below you’ll find answers to questions we have received.
If you have a question, but you don’t see the answer below, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will update this page with new information as it becomes available.
Yes, each in-person conference presentation will be recorded at the event on March 10-13 and used as part of the virtual conference on March 24-27.
Participants will be required to complete daily screening questionnaires and temperature checks prior to entering our meeting space.
At registration check-in, floor markings will indicate six foot distances. You can use touchless kiosks for badge printing and registration bag pick up.
In education sessions, there will be a variety of seating arrangements to maintain the required distance limit and traffic patterns will help participants get to their seats. There will be separate entrance and exit doors whenever available. Staff will strictly enforce social distancing capacity limits in meeting rooms and gathering spaces.
Our networking and food events will provide more pre-packed options, staggered stations and food served by staff who are trained in safe food handling. With beautiful weather in Florida in March, open-air environments for food service events will be used, when possible.
The exhibit hall has been redesigned to widen the aisles and increase space between each booth making connecting with industry partners safer.
Masks will be required at all conference events.
Rosen Hotels & Resorts remains committed to the safety and well-being of guests, which is why they have launched Rosen’s Total Commitment — a program dedicated to the highest standards of cleanliness, safety and well-being. Read more about Rosen’s Total Commitment.
Access to our virtual conference includes recordings of all live presentations, more than 80 learning opportunities, from our in-person event and additional presentations presented exclusively as part of the virtual agenda, a virtual exhibit hall to connect with industry partners and obtain valuable practice resources and networking spaces to connect with your colleagues. Virtual conference access continues for four months, presenting a flexible timeline for learning.
We are working with state and local health officials to monitor the safety of in-person meetings in Orlando, and will continue to do so. If we cannot host our in-person conference, we’ll transition your registration to our virtual event that kicks off on March 24 and is accessible through July 31, 2021. If a participant must cancel, they can still continue to do this in writing up until 7 days before the event begins.
If we find it necessary to entirely cancel our in-person and virtual conferences for any reason including, but not limited to, registration responses, strikes or acts of God, liability shall be limited to a full refund of registration fees.