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Introducing SGNA 47th Annual Course: A Virtual Experience

New virtual event Oct. 31-Nov. 2 delivers up to 32 contact hours, relevant education and peer information-sharing The Society for Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates (SGNA) is pleased to introduce SGNA 47th Annual Course: A Virtual Experience, a live, virtual event taking place Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 2020, with additional education available on-demand after the event.  “Because the [global health] situation has not ...

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The SGNA 47th Annual Course is Moving

In light of the latest COVID-19 developments, stakeholder feedback, recommendations from local, state and federal health authorities, and the likely need for nursing professionals to remain in the communities they serve during the pandemic, SGNA’s Board of Directors has decided to move the event dates to November 1-3, 2020 (with pre-meeting events October 30-31) in Louisville, KY. SGNA’s Board of ...

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SGNA 2020 is still a go… for now

NEW DATES ANNOUNCED The health and safety of our conference attendees and industry partners is of the utmost importance to the SGNA Board of Directors and management staff. It is our goal to create a healthy and safe environment where our attendees and industry partners can enjoy the 2020 Annual Course with confidence and derive value from their experiences. Based ...

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Cancellation ASGNA March 19th Educational Event

Due to current restrictions and guidelines regarding COVID-19, the ASGNA Board has decided that it is in everyone’s best interest to cancel the upcoming ASGNA Spring Conference. We are already working on rescheduling the event. Both, Cook Medical and Dr. Pannala, MD, our guest speaker, have agreed to work with us on a future date. We will reimburse, in full, those of ...

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SGNA Statement on COVID-19 (coronavirus)

SGNA has been closely monitoring the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19 (Coronavirus), including yesterday’s declaration by the World Health Organization(WHO) that the virus has reached pandemic levels, and the regularly updated guidance and recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Please know that the organization’s top concern is the safety and well being of our members, speakers and event sponsors. We ...

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