Join us at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center in 2023 for the biennial convention of the Washington State Nurses Association.
- Front-line product users
- Nurse managers and executive staff
- Health policy decision-makers
- Social influencers
- Purchasing influencers
- Job applicants
Digital and print communications reaching WSNA members and the professional nursing community:
- The Washington Nurse magazine (circulation 15,819)
- Email (25,973 active subscribers)
- WSNA Facebook page (8,755 followers)
- Convention Facebook page (2,717 followers)
- WSNA Twitter (1,697 followers)
- Instagram (700 followers)
NOTE — We are now at capacity for exhibitors. If you are interested in exhibiting at a future WSNA event, please contact us. Our next event with exhibitor space will be in spring 2024.
To discuss becoming an exhibitor or sponsor,
contact Martin Hsiung at (206) 575-7979, ext. 3003.
About the Convention
Year after year, Gallup public opinion polls show nursing to be the most respected profession, and nurses play a crucial role in shaping and delivering health care. Their public credibility gives them a strong influence in the communities they serve and puts them in positions of key responsibility in setting health care policy and in strategic planning.
The Washington State Nurses Convention draws hundreds of nurses together from across the state and beyond for three days of continuing education, keynote speakers, networking, and sharing knowledge and best practices.
The Washington State Nurses Association (WSNA) is the leading voice and advocate for nurses in Washington, providing representation and training that allow nurses to reach our full professional potential and focus on caring for patients. For more than 110 years, WSNA has championed issues that support nurses, advance professional standards and improve the health of individuals and families in Washington.
WSNA represents more than 17,000 registered nurses who provide care in hospitals, clinics, schools, and community and public health settings across Washington.
By giving nurses a voice and enhancing skills, WSNA members can focus on delivering quality care that improves the health of individuals and families in Washington.