Update your knowledge and earn 6 CE’s per day in the field of Medical-Surgical Nursing at this Conference presented by Bay Area Educators and Healthcare Facilities

About Us
For over 25 years the Medical Surgical Nursing Conference has been an annual event in the Bay Area. The conference was first held in 1990, the brainchild of a group of volunteer nurse educators who wanted to contribute to the professional growth of bedside nurses working in the med-surg specialty. Their mission was to provide an opportunity for these nurses to update their knowledge, to network with one another, and to have an occasion to celebrate their profession.

The mission of the succeeding conferences has remained unchanged but over the years the participant base has broadened to include nurses from around the nation and even international attendees. Amazingly, some of the educators involved in the very first event remain on the planning committee for the 2018 conference.

We encourage you to take a look at the upcoming agenda and register early for the conference.
Looking forward to seeing you in April.

The Planning Committee
Medical Surgical Nursing Conference, 2019
For general info please email [email protected]

Spotlight on our speakers

Mary Sullivan, RN, MSN, CNS, UCSF

Mary Sullivan is the current Sepsis Project Manager at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). Mary received a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Villanova University and worked for over fifteen years in the Intensive Care Unit setting taking care… Read more »

Kay Burke, MBA, BSN, RN, NE-BC, UCSF Health

Kay Burke is UCSF Health’s first Chief Nursing Informatics Officer. A proven leader with nineteen years of nursing experience, Kay has navigated a progressive path in nursing leadership, informatics, analytics, and solutions delivery in healthcare settings. Having led informatics teams… Read more »

Ethan Cicero, PhD, RN, Department of Community Health Systems, UCSF

Ethan Cicero is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholar as well as a Postdoctoral Scholar Fellow in the Biobehavioral Research Training in Symptom Science program within the Department of Community Health Systems at the University of California,… Read more »