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2012 National Conference
July 21-25
Gaylord Opryland
Nashville, Tennessee

Download and print the updated full 2012 Exhibitor Prospectus PDF 
 

Why Support NADONA/LTC and the National Conference?
Supporting the National Association Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care (NADONA/LTC) provides your company with the opportunity to interact with key decision-makers involved with the day-to-day care of residents and patients in the long term care continuum. NADONA/LTC has been the leading advocate and educational organization for DONs, ADONs, and RNs in long term care since 1986.

The National Conference is the largest annual meeting of directors of nursing working in LTC. With 30 state chapters, it continues to be the largest organization representing nurses working in long term care settings such as assisted living, skilled nursing, mental retardation, and rehabilitation facilities. Some of the largest nursing home chains in the United States are or have been corporate members of NADONA/LTC, including Atria, Fundamental, Kindred, LifeCare, HCR ManorCare, and Merrill Gardens. Supporting NADONA/LTC provides an opportunity to interact with nurses within these and many other organizations.

Facts on Directors of Nursing (DON)
• The DON is responsible for all resident care throughout a facility.
• The DON is the primary contact with family and caregivers.
• Many DONs have responsibilities in skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and   other long term care settings.

• Most DONs have a broad range of responsibilities, including personnel and staffing, staff development, infection control, in-service coordination, corporate compliance, central supply, MDS coordination, and management of controlled drug destruction.

Benefits of Sponsorship
Corporate exhibitors and sponsors are essential to the success of the National Conference. We hope that your company can participate in and support the 2012 meeting. There are many benefits of providing sponsorship support at the 2012 National Conference:
• Build corporate and brand name recognition among key healthcare decision-makers
• Meet and network with these key decision-makers
• Learn with decision-makers and providers on key healthcare issues
• Identify key issues and opportunities for your company and/or brands among long term care nurses
• Right of first refusal for your exhibit or sponsorship at the 2013 National Conference
As in previous years, programs are in place to motivate attendees to visit all exhibitors and maximize booth traffic!
More information on this program will be sent to you in upcoming e-blasts!

Facts on Directors of Nursing (DON)
The DON is responsible for all resident care through out a facility.
The DON is the primary contact with family and caregivers.
Many DONs have responsibilities in skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities,
  and other long term care settings.
Most DONs have a broad range of responsibilities including personnel and staffing, 
  staff development, infection control, in-service coordination, corporate compliance,
  central supply, MDS coordination, and management of controlled drug destruction.