NANT 11 – Registration Open
The results of our Member Survey were overwhelmingly clear. Based on your feedback, the continued uncertainty of capacity and travel-related restrictions due to Covid-19, and the added family and financial obligations many of you are undertaking, we’ve made the decision to host NANT 11 virtually. Registered attendees will have on-demand access after the event for a specified duration.
We can’t wait to deliver specialized education, CE credit, connection, and inspiration to you during NANT 11.
NANT 10 Online – On-Demand until July 31, 2020!
NANT 10 ONLINE
NANT 10 Online Registration is now open!
Call for Abstracts is now open until August 17th, 2020.
Click the graphic to visit the Call for Abstracts site now.
In order to provide a bit of certainty in these times, we would also like to announce that we are planning to hold NANT 12 in Cincinnati, OH from April 1-2, 2022, with the pre-conference on March 31, 2022.
NANT – 10th Anniversary Video
The annual NANT Conference is the only one of its kind in the world. It serves an international group of neonatal OTs, PTs, and SLPs in order to advance the specialized knowledge and skills required to work in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
The conference allows attendees to experience leading-edge presentations on a range of neonatal therapy topics, interact with exhibitors who supply products and services to the field, and network with colleagues from around the globe
Attendees can access professional posters where colleagues can view findings and interact with presenters.
In summary- the NANT Conference has six key elements:
- CE credit upon completion for OT, PT, SLP
- 3- day International Conference
- Virtual Exhibits
- Professional Posters
- Sponsor Related Offerings
- Networking Opportunities
The overall objectives of the conference are:
- Identify current evidence related to neonatal therapy interventions utilized in the NICU.
- List evidence-based feeding practices and innovations for the neonatal population.
- Recognize interventions utilized in the NICU that support infant neuroprotection and neurodevelopment.
- List strategies to improve family-centered care in the NICU.
(Multiple speakers present, each with own learning objectives.)
NANT strives to offer attendees, presenters, exhibitors, and guests an experience that encompasses all of our Core Values while delivering a quality program that is well constructed and delivered with customer service in mind.
The NANT conference has been held in the following locations:
|2019||The Sheraton at Wild Horse Pass||Phoenix, AZ|
|2018||Le Meridién / Sheraton||Charlotte, NC|
|2017||Wigwam Resort||Phoenix, AZ|
|2016||Omni Resort||Orlando, FL|
|2015||Wigwam Resort||Phoenix, AZ|
|2014||Westin Buckhead||Atlanta, GA|
|2013||Omni Fort Worth||Fort Worth, TX|
|2012||Omni Fort Worth||Fort Worth, TX|
|2011||Westin Stonebriar||Dallas, TX|
The NANT conference hosts over 400 registrants from the neonatal care world as well as highly relevant exhibitors. Registrants are healthcare providers – primarily occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech language pathologists that serve premature and sick infants in the neonatal intensive care unit. Neonatal nurses, respiratory therapists, neonatologists, developmental specialists, dietitians, NICU music therapists, and parent advocates have also attended and are most welcome.