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ANAC Strategic Plan - 2010

Revised July 1, 2004; January 22, 2005; June 11, 2006; November 2009


GOAL 1:     Leadership: ANAC will be the primary leader in all aspects of the development of nurses and other health related disciplines who provide care to people with and affected by HIV.

Objectives

  1. Maintain and increase ANAC's visibility to nurses and other health care providers and their organizations.

Strategies

  1. Serve as the key informational and policy resource on HIV related issues for local, national and international nursing and other health care providers and their organizations.

Actions

  • ANAC will have voting membership in key organizations related to health care delivery and access to care
  • ANAC will establish partnerships and provide consultation to other health care providers and their organizations
  • ANAC will increase its visibility through electronic media, marketing and publications
  • ANAC will review website hits and most frequently visited pages of its website.

GOAL 2:     Member Value:  All nurses will perceive value in ANAC.

Objectives

1.  Increase knowledge development and dissemination related to HIV and its comorbidities.

Strategies

  1. ANAC will provide its members state of the science HIV education and dissemination of research findings in HIV.

Actions

  • ANAC will develop a mechanism for dissemination of research knowledge and evidence based practice.
  • ANAC will expand the number of research initiatives it engages in and provide opportunity for our members to participate in these research activities.

2.  Increase member participation and satisfaction in ANAC programs and initiatives.

Strategies

  1. Invite members to represent ANAC to invited programs/projects providing expertise and intellectual capital.

Actions

  • ANAC members will represent ANAC at selected invited projects.
  • Through electronic and print media, ANAC disseminates the results of members representation experiences on behalf og ANAC.

     2.  Determine member level of satisfaction with ANAC program and initiatives.

GOAL 3:       Policy Influence:  ANAC and its members will be recognized as the primary nursing resource at the policy level for the promotion of the health, welfare and rights of all individuals living with HIV disease.

Objectives

  1. ANAC will develop and effective policy program.

Strategies

  • ANAC will educate and inform its members on ongoing developments in HIV health policy.
  • ANAC will demonstrate the ability to respond quickly and advocate for emergent policy issues.
  • ANAC will increase its policy influence.

GOAL 4:      International Influence:  ANAC and its members will work internationally to develop HIV nursing capacity and leadership in resource-challenged countries.

Objectives

  1. ANAC will further its international partnerships and programs.

Strategies

  • ANAC will participate as a collaborative partner in international initiatives.
  • ANAC will form a self-sustaining Sub-Saharan African ANAC Chapter.
  • ANAC will participate in international leadership conferences.
  • ANAC will continue to partner with international institutions to build capacity of health care providers.

GOAL 4:     Envisioned Future:  ANAC will remain a globally recognized association that is the preeminent source of nursing expertise related to all dimensions of HIV disease.

Objectives

  1. ANAC will implement new projects and programs which are consistent with its mission.

 
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