2016 NYSNA Biennial Conference

Join hundreds of nurses, and learn from experts how a united profession can successfully advocate for Safe Staffing, Single-Payer Healthcare, and a practice and work environment conducive to quality care for all New Yorkers. Update your clinical skills, and discover what you can do to influence policies that would eliminate healthcare disparities and fend off privatization and corporatization. Share experiences and strategies, and select from more than 20 classes and plenaries, taught by nursing and labor experts.

Join us for a day and a half of solidarity, education, advocacy, and fun – the NYSNA 2016 Biennial Conference, October 17 and 18, at the Sheraton New York Times Square. We hope to see you there!

Registration Information

Hotel Information

To reserve a room at the Sheraton Times Square Hotel, 811 7th Avenue, Manhattan, contact the hotel at 1-888-627-7067 and let them know you are with NYSNA, or visit their Online Reservation page, and use the code NYSNA 2016. Single or double rooms are $329. a night; triples are $359.; quads are $389.

Reservations are accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis, and must be made by 5:00 PM, September 21, in order to receive the negotiated rate.

Parking is available at the hotel garage.

Additional Conference Information

If you are traveling from outside the greater NYC area and need transportation and/or travel reimbursement, contact the NYSNA Meeting and Convention Planning (MCP) department at 518-782-9400, ext. 277, or by e-mail: mcp@nysna.org.

If you have additional questions, or have special needs, contact NYSNA’s MCP department at the phone or e-mail address above.

Event Address: 

Sheraton New York Times Square
811 7th Ave. and 53rd Street
New York, NY 10019
United States

Phone: 

518-782-9400, ext. 277 or 518-380-1488

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Start Date: 

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