2023 Educational Conference

Emerge with Diversity, Equity, Inclusion: Healthcare Strategies for Nursing and our Communities

An in-person seminar to bring together nurses and other allied healthcare professionals from various settings and practices.

Date: Saturday, November 11, 2023 | 7 AM HST – 2.45 PM HST

Location: Hilton Hawaiian Village, Coral Ballroom


Early Bird registration fees available until October 15, 2023

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Registration fee includes: Continental breakfast and lunch

Note: After October 15th, registration fees will increase by $50. Onsite registration will be limited (if tickets still available)

Early Bird incentive: The first 100 registrants will receive a ticket for a 10-min massage from the Hawaii Massage Clinic at the conference exhibit!

Emerge with Diversity, Equity, Inclusion: Healthcare Strategies for Nursing and our Communities

As healthcare continues to evolve, the recognition of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE) within nursing is necessary to deliver culturally competent care. DEl gives life to a culture of respect, dignity, and mutual appreciation.

The Future of Nursing 2020-2030: “Charting a Path to Achieve Health Equity,” outlines key issues and goals for the nursing profession over the next 10 years, with a particular focus on reducing healthcare inequities and improving health outcomes. COVID-19 exposed many disparities that exist within the nation’s healthcare delivery system, as low-income and minority communities were particularly hard hit by the pandemic.

DEl affects patient outcomes in any area of nursing. A community can only reach its full potential once all involved feel safe to open up and offer their support, knowledge, and expertise to colleagues and those around them. Our speakers have made efforts to promote and progress DEl initiatives through various outlets, and have made it a core value to their identity as a healthcare provider.

Honoring our nurses

Emerging from the pandemic

Filipino Americans account for 4 percent of the nurses in the U.S. but about 25 percent of Covid-19 deaths among nurses.

Nurses have been resilient in the last 3 years given the multitude of challenges that they faced for their safety and that of their patients.

For our first in-person seminar since the pandemic, we honor you and we continue to stand in solidarity to advocate for the future of nursing.

Conference Overview

Valuable Presentations

Learn from well-known healthcare industry experts

Networking Channels

Opportunities to chat with fellow nurses and PNAH members.

Exhibition Hall

Products and services to enjoy throughout the seminar day