2021 IPN/FNA Annual Conference Sponsor/Exhibitor Registration


Conference Description: This year’s IPN/FNA Conference theme, “Addressing the Challenges of Healthcare Professional Monitoring”, will address topics of caring for the healthcare professional, chronic pain, toxicology changes and the importance of IPN to the Florida Board of Nursing.   Who should attend:
  • Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants
  • Healthcare professionals and employers
  • Treatment providers, counselors, and therapists
  • Treatment facilities
Virtual Platform: This year’s conference will be held virtually via- Zoom.     Registration Deadline: Sponsors: See sponsor registration page for details Attendees: May 1, 2021 No refunds will be issued after May 15, 2021


June 25, 2021 – June 25, 2021


This year’s conference will be held virtually via-Zoom

Event Agenda

8:30-9:00 am                    Log in for Attendees
9:00-9:15 am                    IPN Welcome Dr. Shannon Opie
9:15-10:15 am                  Keynote Speaker: Dr. Lantie Jorandby
10:15-10:30 am                Break with Sponsor Slideshow
10:30-11:30 am                Speaker: Dr. Joseph Jones
11:30-12:15 pm               Break/ Sponsor Slideshow
12:15 -1:15 pm                Speaker: Anthony Jusevitch
1:15 pm                             Closing
Continuing Education Credits available for Nurses:
Contact hours provided by the Florida Nurses Association (FNA) CE Provider number: 50-3103
Must stay for the entire event to obtain contact hours.


Contact Details

Allison Strong astrong@ipnfl.org
Pamela Livingston plivingston@ipnfl.org

Sponsor Registration Form

Please complete the below form to register as a sponsor/exhibitor for this years conference.
February 15, 2021         Deadline for name to be placed in brochure
March 15, 2021             Deadline for sponsorship registration
April 14, 2021              Deadline for PowerPoint and logo
May 30, 2021              No refunds will be issued after this date



The mission of IPN is to ensure public health and safety by providing education, monitoring, and support to nurses in the State of Florida