top of page

33rd Annual Coalition Conference set for April 20-23, 2021 in Louisville

Masks, social distancing and other safety protocols part of conference plan

KANPNM’s APRN Conference Committee members have developed a collection of 69 sessions and workshops from suggestions of previous participants and review of needs relevant to APRN practice today. CC33 presents a great line-up of faculty presenting new research guaranteed to enhance your knowledge and your practice.

Working hand-in-hand with the host facility, Louisville's Galt House, CC33 will take extra steps to spread out attendees, require masks within the session rooms and to move about the hotel. Session rooms will be sanitized between sessions and bottled water will replace our drink filling stations. Additionally food and drink with handled with safety in mind.

As vaccination opportunities for Health Care professionals continues to roll out across Kentucky, many of our conference attendees will have received their first and second inoculations by the time of the event. This should add an additional level of confidence to attend CC33 in person and re-connect safely -- if a bit distantly -- with their colleagues.


The purpose of the conference is to offer professional presentations and practical workshops that promote clinical excel­lence and improve the quality of care provided by the healthcare practitioner. By attending this conference and partic­ipating in the educational sessions, the attendee will be able to:

  1. Consult with experts in primary and acute care specialties.

  2. Discuss issues related to Primary Care/ Adult Health, Women’s Health, Pediatrics, Acute Care, Midwifery, and Psychiatric practice.

  3. Develop assessment and clinical management skills.

  4. Evaluate current and new treatment methods and pharmacologic therapies.

  5. Identify issues that affect advanced practice including reimbursement, malpractice, clinical practice guidelines and new technologies.

  6. Increase advanced practice skills to provide expanded services.


The Galt has agreed to set aside a block of rooms for our attendees until March 19, 2021. Reservations can be made at our negotiated discounted rates of $159 plus taxes for the Rivue Tower and $179

Conference organizers will continue to monitor public health protocols and the recommendations of State and Federal agencies on gatherings. CC33 will act accordingly for the safety of all persons associated with the Coalition Conference.

77 views0 comments


bottom of page