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2014 national surgical assistant association conference


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2014 national surgical assistant association conference

  1. 1. Annual General Meeting & Conference April 25th – 26th Washington, D.C.
  2. 2.  Capitol Building Join other CSAs at “Capitol Hill Day”  Visit one of the many Memorial Buildings  Jefferson Memorial  Washington Memorial  Tour the White House
  3. 3. Honoring Our Fallen Join members of the NSAA Board of Directors at the Arlington National Cemetery, one of the nation's most sacred shrines, and help us honor Veterans and their families who have sacrificed their lives for freedom. The NSAA will be placing the wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns during the Changing of the Guards and Wreath Ceremony on Friday April 25th, at 12:15 pm.
  4. 4. Join us at the Washington Court Hotel Day 1 Highlights:  Fellowship Specialty Workshops begin at 1:oopm  Business Meeting @4pm  Reception w/Exhibitors @ 6pm  Banquet Dinner @ 7pm
  5. 5. Conference Features  Day 2 Highlights:  Scientific Programs begin at 8:30am  Legislative Update  Awards Luncheon  Didactic and Skills-Oriented Workshops begin at 3:00pm The Scientific Programs are designed to provide attendees with a wide range of learning opportunities, activities, and experiences that will enhance their educational and professional knowledge. The 2014 Conference, co-chaired by Shawn Combs, CSA and Mark Polson, CSA have put together an Outstanding Seminar. NSAA President J.P. Flagg, II, CSA has chosen the theme as “The Ending of an Era and the Turning of a Page”. Attendees will be able to obtain “On-site” Certificates of verification following their participation , for up to 16 NSAA approved CEUs.
  6. 6. Full Registration includes: Friday Reception, Friday Dinner, Saturday Continental Breakfast, two breaks, and Lunch as well as all programming. Saturday only includes Continental Breakfast, two breaks and Lunch, as well as all programming. Before March 17th 3/18 – 4/7 Onsite Full Reg./NSAA Member $200.00 $225.00 $250.00 Full Reg./Non-Member $230.00 $255.00 $270.00 Full Reg. Student $125.00 $125.00 $150.00 Saturday Only-Member $150.00 $170.00 $185.00 Saturday Only-Non-Member $175.00 $200.00 $215.00 Saturday Only Student $75.00 $75.00 $100.00 Extra Dinner Tickets* $30.00 (each) $35.00 (each) Extra Lunch Tickets* $25.00 (each) $35.00 (each) *PLEASE NOTE THAT EXTRA TICKETS ARE FOR GUESTS YOU WISH TO BRING TO MEAL FUNCTIONS ONLY. CANCELLATION POLICY: Half refund minus $25 processing fee if cancelled between March 17 and April 7, 2014; No refund, if cancelled after April 7, 2014. Credit Card payments will be available online at WWW.NSAA.NET
  7. 7. The Hotel Reservation cut-off date is Thursday, March 27, 2014. Reservation requests after the cut-off date will be based on availability at the Hotel’s prevailing rates.
  8. 8. The Hotel Ideally situated on Capitol Hill, the Washington Court Hotel is just a short 2 block walk from Union Station, making travel using the Metro or AMTRAK very accessible. The Washington Court Hotel is just 15 minutes from Reagan National Airport, 45 minutes from Washington Dulles and 50 minutes from the Baltimore- Washington Airport.  FDR Memorial -Free (202) 576-6704  Ford’s Theater - Free (202) 426-6924  National Zoological Park Free (202-357-2700)  Old Town Trolley Tours $35 Online (Free Reboard)  The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Free (202-275-2030)  Vietnam Veterans Memorial Free (202-634-1568) Other Area Attractions