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Saturday, November 7, 2015 | 8:00am – 5:00pm
The largest educational consumer infertility conference in the country!
Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel
181 Boston Post Road W., Marlborough, MA
2015 Annual Conference Information
- Bring your Plus One for FREE
- Conference Scholarships
- Conference Schedule Register Online Now
- Conference CEUs
- Selecting your Workshop Track
- Keynote Speaker: Ali D. Domar, PhD
- Staying at the Conference
- What Previous Attendees Say
- Conference Exhibitors
- Virtual Sponsors
- Raffle: See What you Can Win
- Click here to sign up for RNE E-newsletter
2015 Conference Scholarships Available
Financial assistance to attend the conference is available. Conference Scholarships were generously provided by the Lisa Fenn Gordenstein Scholarship Fund. More information is available on the registration form.
Conference CEUs for Nurses and Social Workers
Nurses and social workers can earn Continuing Education Credits by attending the conference. The conference provides:
- 7.2 hours for *Nurses as established by the MA Board of Nursing
- 6.5 hours for Social Workers as established by the National Association of Social Workers
- 6.5 hours for *LMHCs as retroactive CEUs through MaMHCA
*Applying is conference participant’s responsibility.
2015 Keynote Speaker: Alice D. Domar, PhD
Dr. Ali Domar, our featured keynote speaker, is a pioneer in the application of mind/body medicine to women’s health issues. She not only established the first Mind/Body Center for Women’s Health but also conducts ongoing ground-breaking research on the relationship between stress and women’s health conditions. We are honored to have Dr. Domar join us to discuss the stress/fertility connection in language we can all understand! She has earned an international reputation as one of the country’s top women’s health experts. The author of numerous books, Dr. Domar has appeared on the Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, Dateline NBC, CNN, PBS, and the CBS and NBC Evening News, to name a few.
Staying at the Conference
Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel is offering a conference rate of $92.00 which includes a Deluxe Cold Continental Breakfast. To reserve your room at this rate, contact the hotel directly at 508.460.0700 and mention the name of the conference to the front desk agent.
What Previous Attendees Say
“I have attended this conference for several years and am always amazed at what new information I come home with. The doctors, mental health professionals and attorneys that present at and attend the RNE Annual Conference are all top in their fields.
[It]… is the perfect opportunity to ask questions and gather much needed info from the professionals… No one is going rush you, so take your time and ask away.
Interaction is a wonderful thing at a conference like this. You listen and learn: you ask questions, feel hope and find support.
Sit at breakfast and lunch with couples or individuals and see what they have to say; consider opening up and sharing with other attendees where you are in your path to parenthood process.” from Educating Yourself on Your Path to Parenthood by Donna Daley
2015 Conference Sponsors
Generous corporate sponsorship has been provided by the following sponsors; click on their logos below to visit their websites.
2015 Exhibitors (as of 10.31.15)
|AAA Full Circle Adoptions||AGC Scholarship Fund
Erin Walker, Lic. Ac.
Raffle Prizes (as of 11.04.15)
|Love and Infertility by Kristen Darcy
The IVF Journal by Stephanie Fry
Three E-books by The Infertility Voice
Memoir The Truth Behind The Secret “Infertility” by Fran Meadows
Novel Inconceivable by Tegan Wren
Memoir Warriors in Transition by Ellen Woods
CD of relaxation exercises from IVF Coaching
Cozy throw blanket from Wilson, Marino & Bonnevie, P.C.
Bed, Bath & Beyond gift card from RESOLVE New England
One Coaching Session with Nourish and Bloom
The Fertile Soul of Yoga DVD, donated by Nourish and Bloom
Chocolate and Diamonds for a Woman’s Soul (signed), donated by Nourish and Bloom
One-hour photography session donated by Photografia2
2 copies of Two Eggs, Two Kids: An egg donor’s account of friendship, infertility & secrets by Alicia Young