Programs & Activities


Multiple Sclerosis Nurse Symposia

Accredited Nurses' Education Program  
Combined with Sun and Fun at Sea

The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation’s 2015 Nurses' Accredited Continuing Education Program at Sea will set sail on​Thursday ​Nov. 5, 2015, from New Orleans, La.

Offering 8 contact hours of continuing nurses education, the program is co-provided by the International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses (IOMSN) and Nurse Practitioner Alternatives (NPA).

Join us for this unique, educational program on the Carnival Elation as it sets sail for Cozumel, Mexico on Nov. 5, 2015. The four-night fun and sun educational cruise will return to New Orleans on Nov. 9.

Itinerary: 

DAY        PORT                                                    ARRIVE             DEPART

Day 1    New Orleans, LA                                                                4 p.m.

Day 2    Educational Program &  Fun Day at Sea               

Day 3    Cozumel, Mexico                                      9 a.m.                4 p.m.

Day 4    Educational Program & Fun Day at Sea        

Day 5    New Orleans, LA                                       8 a.m.

 

For more information about prices and stateroom availability, please call the group’s travel agent Aragon Travel at 1-888-408-4129. To participate in our program, you must book your reservation through Aragon Travel. See you on board the ship!

For more information, contact the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation at MScruise@msfocus.org

 



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