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2017 ANAC Conference

November 2 @ 8:00 am - November 4 @ 5:00 pm

Description

 

Registration

Registration for the 2017 ANAC Conference has begun! Online registration ends October 29th. Click the “Register” button below to be redirected to ANAC’s website and register.

 

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Please also view the flyer below for more information!

Pre-conference Information

Please note before you book your travel ANAC will be offering optional pre-conference activities on Wednesday, November 1, 2017. Information will be updated on the ANAC website as it becomes available.

Activities:

Offsite community learning sessions: A great way to understand the regional HIV epidemic, the local response and meet our local hosts! We provide round-trip transportation, and are sponsored by Walgreens. This has been a highly-rated addition to ANAC conference since 2015. Space is limited to allow for discussion.

  • AIDS Services of Dallas: An innovative nationally recognized model of congregate housing and support services for low income and homeless individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS.
  • PRISM Health: The integration of primary care, behavioral health service and comprehensive HIV care and research opportunities is a hallmark of Prism Health (formerly AIDS Arms).
  • Others in development — stay tuned!

On site skills building workshops:

  • AETC Skills Building Workshop: 9am – Noon, Stigma & provider bias,
    CNE eligible.
  • ACRN Review Course: 9am – 2pm, Enhance your career by becoming certified in HIV/AIDS Nursing, CNE eligible, limited to 50 participants
  • Research Workshop: 9am – Noon, Mission mPossible: Using Mobile and Web-Based Technology to Advance HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment Research, CNE eligible, limited to 40 participants
  • Pre-conference Reception: A special 30th anniversary pre-conference event is planned at the George W. Bush Presidential Library- highlighting the PEPFAR program, more information to follow

Learning Objectives

  • Analyze strategies to sustain and advocate for ongoing advances in HIV/AIDS care given shifts in the domestic political, economic and social climate.
  • Discuss innovative biomedical, psychosocial and behavioral research in HIV and associated co-morbidities.
  • Evaluate the global impact of nurses’ role in addressing HIV health disparities, HIV risk and social determinants of health.
  • Demonstrate an enhanced ability to care for key populations living with, or affected by HIV and related co-morbidities.
  • Improve nurses and other professionals’ capacity to identify, treat and care for individuals at risk for and/or living with viral hepatitis.


Abstract

Don't miss the 30th annual ANAC conference to be held at The Fairmont Dallas in Dallas, TX on Nov. 2-4. Pre-conference meeting and activities, Nov. 1.




Target Audience:

Nurse, Nurse practitioner, Other Advanced Practice Nurse,


CE Credits:

Nursing,


CE Credits:

Nursing,


Questions / Contact:

Staff


Link to Flyer (PDF):

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