The ObG Project is pleased to bring you helpful information on the American Association of Nurse Practitioners National Conference. Anyone involved in healthcare in 2017 knows that Nurse Practitioners are key clinical pillars in all aspects of practice. Join AANP in Philadelphia or follow along on social media for what looks to be an excellent program. Don’t miss the keynote speaker, Kent Brantly, MD, who was not only the first person in the world to be treated for Ebola following his good works in Liberia, but also the first to be treated with the experimental drug ZMapp.
Pennsylvania Convention Center
1101 Arch Street
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