Omaha System International Conference | April 3-5, 2019 | Eagan Minnesota.

Omaha System International Conferences

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The Omaha System International Conference is held every two years as a venue for those in practice, education, research, and software development to exchange experiences. There is something for everyone involved with the Omaha System, from beginners to experts to everyone in between.

April 3-5, 2019 Omaha System International Conference (Eagan, Minnesota)

  • April 3: Omaha System Basic Workshop Pre-Conference. Designed to introduce, describe, and practice the terms and definitions of the Omaha System with the focus on case studies.
  • April 4-5: The Omaha System International Conference: A Key to Practice, Documentation, and Information Management. Offers opportunities for those in practice, education, research, and software development to discuss current and future use of the Omaha System in diverse settings. The host school will be the University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing, Austin, Texas. Good information, good networking, good food!

Registration and Details:

  • Coming soon: The flier with details about speakers, agenda, and more, as well as online registration and payment will be posted soon.
  • An application for continuing nursing education credit will be submitted.
  • Because of contact hour rules, the registration form asks for license numbers of all USA clinicians. Nurses, social workers, physicians, therapists, and all other health care providers who have current professional licenses in the USA need to provide their license number and the state where issued regardless if they wish to claim credit for attendance or not.

Location: Eagan, Minnesota is a suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul, just eight miles from the airport and Mall of America.

Posters: Call for posters! Share your valuable Omaha System experiences by presenting a poster focusing on research, evaluation, education, practice, or informatics experiences. Poster presenters must register for the conference before 2/15/19. See template below for submitting abstracts.

Awards: Three awards will be presented during the conference! The awards will recognize individuals who have excelled in Omaha System-related practice, education, and research. Recipients will receive a certificate and a $150 check. Follow directions in the below packet to nominate a worthy colleague.