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Nurses play an integral role in delivering primary and specialized health care in treatment facilities globally. In addition to clinical work, nurses identify and address structural barriers that affect access to care for vulnerable populations. As the preeminent HIV and AIDS nursing association, supporting a broad range of clinicians, we have become a hub for nurse-led healthcare programs and resources related to the prevention, care and treatment of HIV and its co-morbidities. We are proud that these efforts and programs are changing the course of the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
ANAC has a presence in more than fifty countries representing millions of nurses worldwide. We are pleased to support members of our profession in communities around the globe. We collaborate on healthcare, cultural and social issues of importance to localized groups.
Licensed registered professional nurses, licensed practical/vocational nurses, or the international equivalents, and nursing students who reside in low or middle income countries as defined by the World Bank. Global members will only receive the Journal of the Association of Nurses (JANAC) electronically and are not eligible to vote or run for any elected national ANAC office at the national level, but may serve on committees and global chapter leadership.
If you are considering becoming a member of a global ANAC chapter and have questions, or would like to start a chapter in your area, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nurses are making an indelible dent in the WHO’s 90-90-90 treatment for all goals. ANAC, in partnership with healthcare organizations around the world, is a leader in this initiative to ensure the voices of nurses are heard and have impact. To learn more about this important work and to play a part in this effort, please click here.