NCRA’s 46th Annual Educational Conference is going fully virtual! There is no-person conference in 2020.
If you are currently registered for the conference or workshop and/or made hotel reservations, please read the FAQs carefully!
NCRA’s Virtual 2020 Annual Educational Conference is September 21-23. NCRA plans to offer the original Educational Sessions as scheduled with some time adjustments to address a virtual platform. Live Q&A with speakers will be available at the end of each session. All presentations will be available on-demand as archived sessions through December 31, 2020.
The conference program includes two days of plenary sessions and a third day with four, concurrent symposia. Just over 29 CEs will be available. This includes both live and on-demand sessions. A process will be available to claim CEs and access a certificate of attendance.
NCRA is also planning a virtual exhibit hall, online basket raffles, and virtual networking activities.
Register online or download the registration form. The member price is $200; the non-member price is $300. The registration cut-off is September 10, 2020. If you are currently registered, please review the FAQs on next steps.
Fundamentals of Abstracting (FOA) Workshop
NCRA will not be offering the 2020 FOA Workshop virtually. If you registered for the FOA Workshop, please review the FAQs for options on next steps.
CTR Exam Prep Workshop
NCRA will be offering the CTR Exam Prep Workshop virtually but not on the original September 20 date as planned. Workshop details will be made available soon. If you registered for the CTR Exam Prep Workshop, please review the FAQs for options on next steps.
CDC-NPCR Pre-Conference ETC Workshop
CDC-NPCR is currently deciding how it may move forward with a virtual workshop. More details will be provided soon. NPCR will reach out to registrants of their ETC conference workshop directly on next steps.
SEER Post-Conference Workshop
SEER is currently deciding how it plans to move forward with a virtual workshop. If you are a current SEER Workshop registrant, your registration will remain. More details will be provided soon.
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