Texas Children’s Advance Practice Providers hosted their first International Conference recently. It was a huge success with more than 130 attendees from across the world. The conference started with two days of pre-conference seminars focusing on pharmacology, skills labs and palliative care. The main conference included attendees and speakers from across the nation to equip advance practice providers with acute and subspecialty care knowledge, as well as to connect with experts for collaboration.
The mission of the Texas Children’s Hospital Advanced Practice Provider Conference (TCHAPP) was to empower advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) and physician assistants (PAs) through state of the art education, training, innovation, collaboration and professional development. The conference curriculum was diverse and allowed attendees to tailor their learning experience to their own unique practice needs.