Plan to come to Las Vegas for the NLN Education Summit 2015. Register today to join us from September 30- October 2 at Caesars Palace for Bridging Practice & Education: A New World of Innovation & Technology.

Being a nurse educator, especially today, provides each of us with opportunities for collaboration, lifelong learning, innovation, scholarship, mentoring, and service. The NLN's Education Summit provides a venue to dialogue about ways to take full advantage of those opportunities.

Attending the Summit and experiencing the joy of being part of our diverse nursing education community will motivate you and provide you with information and ideas that will help you excel in your vital role as a nurse educator.

    2015 Summit Objectives
interprofessional teaching strategies that improve quality and safety.
innovative and adaptive curricula that
address health care imperatives.
individual and collective accomplishments; strengthen networks and partnerships.
Keynote Speaker
Molly K. McCarthy, MBA, RN
Molly K. McCarthy, MBA, RN, is the chief nursing strategist in the US Health and Life Science Sector for Microsoft. Her primary focus is on business development and strategy for clinical productivity, mobility, and patient engagement. Ms. McCarthy received a BSN from Georgetown University and began her nursing career in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Pediatric Units. Upon receiving her master of business administration from the University of San Francisco, she combined her clinical and business backgrounds in marketing and business development roles within the medical device and clinical informatics industry. Prior to Microsoft, Ms. McCarthy worked for Philips Healthcare in patient monitoring and clinical informatics. She also held business development roles with the Association for Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, and Natus Medical Inc. Molly is an active member of HIMSS and sits on the HIMSS' CNO/CNIO Nurse Executive Leadership Task Force. Find her on Twitter @MSFTMollyRN and Nurses for Microsoft in Health.

Caesars Palace
3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109

The NLN room block at Caesars Palace is sold out. While Caesars Palace is still accepting reservations, rooms will not be offered at the discounted rate. The nearest hotel with availability is the Flamingo Las Vegas offering average nightly rates between $116 - $150.