Registrations will be limited on a first come/paid basis
Pre-Conference Session sold out !!
UOAA Run/Walk For Resilience
The UOAA Run For Resilience is traditionally held on World Ostomy Day October 2, 2021, but we have organized an opportunity for our region to show-up and show-out our support during this special conference time when we all come together not only to support each other but to remember and demonstrate why we do what we do! ... Fun Run/Walk Detials and Registration Info
Up to 17 hours of continuing education are being planned:
Pre-Conference (3 hours)
General Sessions (13 hours)
Poster Presentation (1 hour)
Discuss advances in theoretical and clinical knowledge impacting individuals affected by wound, ostomy, continence or foot care issues.
Describe examples of evidence-based practice and multidisciplinary approaches to enhance outcomes in various health care settings
Describe examples of evidence-based practice as it pertains to WOC nursing specialties.
The Alabama State Nurses Association Approval Committee has approved “Southeast Region of the WOCN® Society 44th Annual Conference: 20/21 Vision: See the Wonder of WOC nursing” Educational activity number 2-0.2419.
This program has been approved for 17.0 contact hours and is valid August 26, 2021 – August 25, 2023.
Alabama State Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, times / details may be updated as warranted.
Things to do in Orlando
SER has secured discounts for food and attractions for our guests
Click the image below for our designated Visit Orlando web page to receive the discounted rates.
Message from the Rosen Centre
An important partnership with the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) turned into an accreditation for Rosen Hotels & Resorts’ convention
hotels. GBAC awarded Rosen Plaza, Rosen Centre, and Rosen Shingle Creek entry into its performance-based GBAC STAR™ Facility program.
This accreditation acknowledges that the hotels’ protocols for cleaning, disinfection, and infectious disease prevention to protect guests and
associates complies with GBAC’s 20-point auditing system. view commitment program
Rosen Hotel Covid Plan
Quick acting hydrogen peroxide based disinfectant will be used in public and private areas.
Adjusting to ensure social distancing between associates and guests and to limit cross-contact of common items. This includes putting in place space capacity limits, furniture rearrangements, queuing floor decals and other procedures to promote social distancing among guests.
Posting the CDC’s guidelines on hand washing, covering coughs and sneezes as reminders to guests and associates, while increasing the number of hand sanitizer dispensers that are available and easily accessible throughout the hotels.
Placing clear protective barriers at the front desk to separate guests and front desk associates.
Using hospital-grade disinfectants designed to kill viruses when thoroughly sanitizing each guestroom with electrostatic sprayers and to ensure touch points and commonly handled items throughout the hotels and guestrooms are are more frequently disinfected throughout the day.
Bed and bath linens are cleaned at the company-owned, computer-controlled and monitored on-site laundry facility in water temperatures hot enough to kill viruses. The laundering process also uses steam which further disinfects linens; while virus-eliminating detergents are used. Carts transporting linens from the company’s laundry facility to each hotel are sanitized with fast-acting disinfectants.
Screening associates to include temperature checks before each shift. All ill associates will be instructed to remain at home. Associates also have been trained and are frequently reminded on how to assess for symptoms and how to notify management for assistance and guidance.
Key management will be continuously apprised on the latest developments. Rosen associates, who play an integral part in the efforts, will be regularly briefed on the need for proper and consistent hygiene practices.
Additional Conference Plan
Hand sanitizer available in conference areas
Wearing masks as per CDC Guidelines
Maintain social distancing per CDC Guidlines
Reduced seating at tables in session rooms
Reduced seating at tables during meal/meeting functions