“The universe is a continuous web. Touch it at any point and the whole web quivers.”
— Stanley Kunitz
You get this quote. You see it every day in the NICU.
The primal, visceral connection between parent and child. The unspoken yet powerful bond between you and your colleagues. The tenuous threads that keep a chronically ill infant stable – and the ‘quivers’ we see in those threads with the slightest change in plan. The connection between science and wonder, problem and solution.
We want to illustrate how deeply these connections matter and how your individual and collective contribution to them is priceless. So we’re going to ‘take you away’ from your everyday work in the NICU and provide you with a combination of education and inspiration at the NANT Virtual Summit: Connection Matters. (At no cost to you!)
Better yet, invite anyone in the world. (My mom even attended the Virtual Summit last year and was thrilled to learn more about what I do!)
We’ve intentionally assembled a range of topics and speakers you wouldn’t find anywhere else. You’re busy people and we want this to be TRULY valuable and unique.
Connection can be exemplified in many ways. Four of those ways await you on December 11th, 2012.
Click here to check it out and to secure your spot! And invite anyone who may benefit from listening.