ANAC2022: Tampa

 

Equity, Compassion & Science - Keys to Ending the Epidemic

Reserve your spot ASAP! Register now.

Tampa Mayor Jane Castor welcomes ANAC to Tampa!

ANAC supports the LGBTQ+ community in Florida and around the world. We are troubled by the harmful anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric and policy efforts throughout the country. While in Florida for ANAC2022, we will advocate, educate and draw attention to the intersections of these efforts with stigma, human rights, health disparities and HIV. We will celebrate the amazing work being done in support of LGBTQ+ individuals and people with or at risk of HIV in Florida and across the globe. Exhibitor and advertising information is now available!

ANAC2022 will be held in Tampa, FL Nov. 17-19 with pre-conference activities on Nov. 16. View past conference highlights

Pricing

Early bird fees until July 15, 2022

Type Cost
Active/Partner Member $450
ANAC Discounted Active Member $285
Nonmember $575 (includes 1-year ANAC membership
Daily Rate $185

 

Fees after July 15, 2022

Type Cost
Active/Partner Member $499
ANAC Discounted Active Member $285
Nonmember $650 (includes 1-year ANAC membership
Daily Rate $185

 

Conference scholarships

Conference scholarship applications are now open until 12 p.m. ET on Sept. 29. Apply here.

Venue information

ANAC2022 will be held at the Tampa Marriott Water Street. Learn more about reserving your room at official conference hotel or the JW Marriott Tampa Water Street next door.

Conference objectives

  1. Clinical: Identify effective approaches to prevention, diagnosis, treatment and/or supportive care of people with or at risk for HIV and/or co-occurring conditions across their lifespan.
  2. Policy: Build capacity of nurses and other healthcare professionals to effectively engage in health policy and advocacy to improve health and create health equity in support of people living with or affected by HIV.
  3. Leadership: Describe nurse leadership opportunities and the impact on healthcare and society.
  4. Global: Demonstrate the impact of nurses and other healthcare professionals in addressing HIV and/or co-occurring conditions in global settings.
  5. Research: Discuss innovations in HIV biomedical, psychosocial, behavioral and care and delivery research.
  6. Trends and emergent conditions: Provide updated analysis of emerging health and related issues that impact people living with or at risk for HIV and their care team.

 


The Association of Nurses in AIDS Care is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development
by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

 

 

       
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