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AFN Las Vegas Regional Conference

Advancing the Evidence for Forensic Nursing Practice
Live + Virtual
September 18 - 20, 2024

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Location:

 

Jockey Club Las Vegas
3700 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109

 

General Information:

 

Join your AFN colleagues at the 2024 AFN Las Vegas Regional Conference this September! This conference includes two engaging learning opportunities.

 

First, dive into two days of presentations and networking opportunities. Explore topics like trauma informed care, nursing policy, human trafficking, strangulation, and forensic nursing standards. A special after-hours networking event will be held at Atomic Golf on Day 1 to facilitate camaraderie and stress relief.

Finally, join forensic nursing mentors for the Non-Fatal Strangulation Clinical Competency Validation Simulation​, where you'll get hands-on experience and validate your skills in performing a strangulation examination using ALS, photo, and narrative documentation methodologies. Participants will work as a team of four nurses. This session is limited to 48 participants.

General Schedule:

 

September 18, 2024

Conference - Day One
8:15 am – 4:55 pm PT

Networking Event
7:00 – 10:00 pm PT

September 19, 2024

Conference - Day Two

8:15 am – 4:05 pm PT

September 20, 2024

Non-Fatal Strangulation Clinical Competency Validation Simulation

8:15 am – 4:45 pm PT

Registration Costs:
Conference
Two Days – In-Person or Virtual
AFN Member – Early Bird $300 ($325 after July 31)
Non-Member – Early Bird $350 ($375 after July 31)
Student (Not Licensed) – $50
Non-Fatal Strangulation Clinical Competency Validation Simulation
In-Person Only
AFN Member – Early Bird $150 ($175 after July 31)
Non-Member – Early Bird $200 ($225 after July 31)
Networking Event
Everyone attending must have a ticket. Guests are welcome!
AFN Member or Non-Member – $50 each 

Venue Information:

The host venue for the educational program is the Jockey Club Las Vegas, located between the Bellagio and the Cosmopolitan at City Center. For your convenience, our preferred hotel, the Horseshoe Las Vegas (formerly Bally's), is located directly across Las Vegas Blvd from the Jockey Club.

Preferred Hotel:

Horseshoe Las Vegas

3645 Las Vegas Blvd South

Las Vegas, NV 89109

877-603-4390

A block of rooms will be available at these special AFN rates:

September 16–18:  $120 / night

September 19:        $60

September 20:       $155

• Excludes taxes on the room (13.38%) and Resort Fee ($44.95). Resort Fee includes unlimited local calls, admission of two persons to the fitness center, and internet access + taxes (8.38%).

• Reservations may be made at these rates until August 17, 2024. After that time, the group rate is subject to hotel availability only.

Click this link to book online

Or call 1-800-CAESARS (223-7277) to secure a reservation

CALLERS PLEASE NOTE: If you prefer to call to make your reservation, a processing fee will be incurred. Please use weblink above to avoid this fee. Group is listed under Academy of Forensic Nursing, or use code SBAFN4.

Jockey Club Parking / Ride-Share Information:

Typically, guests using Lyft, Uber, or taxis will get dropped off and picked up at the Cosmopolitan’s ride-share area directly West of the Jockey Club’s main entrance, a short walk away. If are driving to the conference venue, please use the Jockey Club’s Valet service for your daily parking requirements.

 
AFN Las Vegas Planning Committee:
Cara Dace, Student Nurse
Michael Daneo, Student Nurse
Amanda Flynn, DNP, FNP, MSN
Christine Foote-Lucero, MSN, RN, CEN, SANE-A, SANE-P, AFN-C, DF-AFN
Chelsie Saldate, MSN, RN
Kathleen Thimsen, DNP, MSN, RN, WOCN/CETN, FNE, DF-AFN, SANE, AFN-BC
Angelia Trujillo, DNP, MSN, WHNP-BC, DF-AFN
Courtney Winters, Student Nurse
Continuing Education Disclosure:

Continuing Education Pending

 

The Academy of Forensic Nursing is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development with by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

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