Covington, Ky. – Representatives of Frontier Nursing University (FNU) took part in the 31st Annual Kentucky Coalition Nurse Practitioner and Nurse-Midwifery (KCNPNM) Conference beginning on Wednesday, April 24. Over 50 exhibitors, including several higher education institutes, gathered at the Covington Convention Center to connect with guests.
The two-day exhibition window of the conference brought approximately 600 attendees. The FNU booth received many interested visitors, several of which led to further inquiries about FNU programs. Alumni, current students and friends of FNU also stopped by to say hello.
The conference was a fantastic opportunity to recruit preceptors, faculty and students for FNU’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree and post-graduate certificate programs. Many attendees were Nurse Practitioners and Nurse-Midwives who are familiar with FNU’s history and reputation as one of Kentucky’s oldest and most reputed nursing schools.
Conference guests had the opportunity to attend continuing education sessions as well as workshops on a full range of healthcare topics. Pharmacology was emphasized as the opioid epidemic continues to grow while groundbreaking new drugs are created.
FNU alumni, faculty, students and friends also gathered for a time of making new connections and renewing old ones at a reception Thursday night.
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To learn more about programs at FNU, visit Frontier.edu.