As DNA’s 30th Annual DNA convention, February 16-19, 2012 in Denver, Colorado, quickly approaches, we thought we’d take a look at the first DNA meeting brochure cover and how the convention brochure looks today!
Members know that DNA’s “conventions are extremely informative” and this has been the case for the last 30 years.
As a dedicated dermatology nurse, you are committed to continuing your education and advancing your work by learning as much as about the field of dermatology nursing. DNA’s Annual convention is directly applicable to your work and allows you to network with medical experts and colleagues, as well as earn up to 19.25 continuing education credit hours.
DNA’S Convention features diverse session topics, so you’re sure to find something of interest to you:
Four in depth workshops:
Cosmetic & Laser Core
The Joan Shelk Fundamentals of Phototherapy
Oncology / Skin Cancer
Tailored sessions including:
Birthmarks and Neonatal Rashes
Atypical Nevi and Nail Lesions
Prevention & Treatment
Funky Feet & Nails
Fundamentals of Dermatologic Surgery
CTCL – What’s New
Update on Vitamin D
Melanoma – What’s New
Coolsculpting for Hot Jeans
So we ask you, what are the best things about participating in DNA’s annual convention? And what do you think about the transformation of the brochure cover since the inaugural one?!