300 North St
Harrisburg, PA 17120
PSNA’s Annual Legislative Day
In response to COVID-19, the Department of General Services has announced that, effective Friday, March 13, 2020, all public events in the Capitol Complex will be canceled until further notice.
This includes all buildings reserved and included in PSNA’s annual Legislative Day.
Please stay tuned as PSNA makes final decisions regarding this event.
Should the event be canceled, all paid registrants will be reimbursed. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pennsylvania State Nurses Association (PSNA) will hold its annual Legislative Day on April 8, 2020 in Harrisburg. Nurses and students are invited to join us as we advocate for the profession and our patients in Pennsylvania.
PSNA’s Legislative Day is an important and informative day for nurses in Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, nurses are under-represented in our state’s legislature. Although we are the largest group of healthcare providers in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, only two members of the General Assembly are RNs. Therefore, it is our responsibility and privilege to share our knowledge and expertise with local officials.
Register using the “Tickets” icon on the top right of this page.
8:00 am Registration and Refreshments
8:30 am Rep. Donna Oberlander, Prime Sponsor for CNO of the Commonwealth
9:00 am PSNA Legislative Day Presentation
10:00 am Meetings with Legislators at the Capitol
11:00 am Debriefing
12:00 pm Lunch on Your Own
1:30 pm Legislative Ambassador Program Overview and Graduate Recognition
2:30 pm Closing
- Free / PSNA members
- $10 / Non-members
- $5 / non-licensed RN students
- PSNA will contact you within a week of your registration with additional information.
- Would you feel more comfortable joining another Legislative Day attendee during a visit? Just let us know.
- Contact Alex Bonner (email@example.com) for confirmation.
There are a few garages in walking distance to the Capitol Complex. You can find those garages here. Street parking is available on a first come, first serve basis. Street parking is not free.