About the event
The National Nursing Forum (NNF) is the Australian College of Nursing’s signature annual leadership and educational event bringing together nurses, students and other health professionals from around the country and across the globe. The NNF will take place from Wednesday 21 – Friday 23 August 2019 at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Hobart.
The theme for the NNF is ‘Nursing Now – Power of Policy’ which will be explored in the keynote plenary sessions and throughout the program.
Registrations are now open! All participants are required to register to attend. Please read the following information carefully before completing your registration. Fees are in Australian Dollars and inclusive of GST.
We encourage you to register ASAP as both flights and accommodation will fill up fast. Early bird rates have now closed.
|ACN Member Full Registration||$870.00|
|Retired Member & Fellow Full Registration||$520.00|
|Member ONE day Registration||$470.00|
|Member TWO day Registration||$670.00|
|Non Member Full Registration||$1,070.00|
|Non-Member ONE day Registration||$570.00|
|Non-Member TWO day Registration||$770.00|
Day registration includes:
- Entry to Forum plenary and concurrent sessions (on designated day/s only)
- Access to the Exhibition (on designated day/s only)
- Lunch, morning and afternoon tea (on designated day/s only)
- One (1) ticket to the Networking Drinks Reception (Wednesday 21 August) (Wednesday One day & Wednesday & Thursday Two day registrants only)
Pre-Forum History Conference:
- Entry to conference plenary session
- Lunches, morning and afternoon teas
Planning your trip
Hobart is Tasmania’s capital city and the second oldest capital in Australia, after Sydney. Located at the entrance to the Derwent River, its well-preserved surrounding bushland reaches close to the city centre and beaches line the shores of the river and estuary beyond.
Nestled amongst the foothills of Mt Wellington, Hobart combines heritage charm with a modern lifestyle in a setting of exceptional beauty. It’s no wonder Lonely Planet has called Hobart one of the top ten spots to visit in the world right now.
Hobart offers a contrasting blend of heritage, scenery and culture, with world class activities and attractions nearby.
With its captivating history, picturesque waterways, rugged mountains and gourmet experiences, the city has something for everyone.
For more detail on things to do in Hobart or on sights and activities outside the city, please visit the Discover Tasmania website.
NNF 2019 State Government Partner
NNF 2019 Partners
We’re a specialist industry super fund dedicated to people who provide some of the best health and community services in the world. With more than 880,000 members and 50 billion invested globally on their behalf, we’ve learned a thing or two about looking after our members. We speak up for others. We stand alongside our partners and members, advocating for a super system that better caters for people working in your sector. And, more broadly, women and First Australians. As an industry super fund we work for members — not shareholders. We keep our fees down, costs low, and provide commission-free advice. It’s all part of the service. That way more money stays in our members’ super accounts working for their future.
Health Professionals Bank is Australia’s first and only bank dedicated exclusively to health professionals and their families. We’re a new bank, but we’re also part of something bigger. We belong to Teachers Mutual Bank Limited, an organisation with over 200,000 members and assets nearing $8billion — and with over 50 years’ experience in servicing essential workers and understanding their financial needs. We’re also slightly different to many of the other banks. We’re a mutual bank. That means that when you join Health Professionals Bank, you become more than a customer — you become a member. You become part of a bank that’s owned and run by its members, where everyone gets an equal share, and an equal say.
People place their trust in nurses and midwives. The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) exists to make sure that the standards and practice of the professions are meeting that trust. The NMBA:
- sets evidence-based, contemporary standards, codes and guidelines for nurses and midwives
- takes action on behalf of people being cared for, nurses, midwives or managers who raise a concern about standards of care,
- works with nurses and midwives to improve practice.
The National Nursing Forum 2019 is organised with the assistance of Australian Conference and Event Organisers (aceo). For further information or assistance, please contact the Forum Office: