The Society of Pediatric Cardiovascular Nurses is the only international organization dedicated to expanding nursing knowledge and expertise in the care of children and young adults with heart disease.
SPCN was founded in 1985 by four nurses committed to support the common interests and needs of nurses who are involved in the care of children with heart disease. Now, 30 years later and nearly 400 members strong, our purpose remains the same – to share ideas and resources, discuss common problems, and collaborate in nursing research about families and patients with congenital heart disease (CHD) from fetal diagnosis to adulthood. Members come from almost every state in the United States and eleven countries. Our online membership directory lists all current members with their specific areas of interest and employment. Many SPCN members are nationally respected leaders in the field of cardiovascular nursing. Some are principal investigators actively studying their individual or multi-site research questions related to CHD. This directory is available only to members on this site. We welcome new members. Nurses interested in membership may join online. Please go to the Become a Member tab on this site, complete your member profile, and pay for your membership that is only $20.00/year using PayPal.
Members have online access to current information on conferences related to cardiovascular and pediatric nursing; links to related organizations; papers from member presentations/publications/ongoing research; and new job postings from centers around the country advertising positions in cardiovascular nursing. The SPCN Directory provides networking opportunities with nurses with similar interests and positions.
Our annual meeting coincides with the Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association held each November in a variety of locations. This meeting includes an educational component in addition to our business discussion and election of officers. There is also an opportunity to network with SPCN members. Information on the Annual Meeting is published on this web site. All of our Board positions are voluntary. We encourage the active participation of all members.
Scientific Sessions 2018
Scientific Sessions: November 10–12
Cardiovascular Nursing Clinical Symposium: November 11
New 3-Day Meeting. New Experience. New Sessions.
It’s time to register for Scientific Sessions 2018 – the year’s most exciting cardiovascular conference this November 10-12 in Chicago, Illinois! Visit the Online Program Planner to view programming for your specialty and educational interest.
Don’t forget – AHA Professional Members save up to $500 during early bird registration!
… Join us for Cardiology 2019: Challenges, Opportunities and Solutions, one of the world’s largest gatherings of healthcare specialists focused on pediatric and congenital cardiovascular disease and science. The 22nd annual event will be held over Presidents’ Day weekend in beautiful Huntington Beach, southern California. READ MORE
Congenital Heart and Pediatric Cardiac Journal Watch –
Welcome to the Congenital Heart and Pediatric Cardiac Journal Watch!
The articles listed are from November 2017.
View the articles here
Or, link directly to a topic:
ACHD Featured Articles in association with ISACHD
CHD … Continue reading