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ANAC participated in many different areas at AIDS 2020. This virtual conference replaced the in-person meeting that was originally set to take place in San Francisco-Oakland.
This year's conference included the Global Village, a virtual space featuring networking zones, workshops and more. ANAC, along with the International Council of Nurses, ICAP, Nursing Now and others, hosted a virtual Nursing Networking Zone within the Global Village. The following resources were provided to participants that visited the Nursing Networking Zone during the conference and are available to you now.
Early in 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) joined with the International Council of Nurses and the Nursing Now Campaign and announced that 2020 would be the Year of the Nurse and Midwife.
ICAP announced the launch of Dear Florence, an online space to spark conversation about the role of nurses in global health. Named for the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale, it seeks to advocate for nurses as leaders in the international health sector and encourage discussion on how the global health world can better leverage nurses’ unique connections to the communities they serve.
ICAP developed a new webcast series, Nurses on Call, with guests from Yale’s School of Nursing, ICU nurses in Manhattan, the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care and more. The series seeks to advocate for nurses as leaders in the international health sector and encourage discussion on how the global health world can better leverage nurses’ unique connections to the communities they serve.
The Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (JANAC) plans to publish a special issue on the topic of Resilience & Wellbeing throughout the Lifespan of People Living with HIV in the beginning of 2022. It is seeking feature articles (including original research and systematic reviews), as well as practice briefs, program briefs, commentaries and case studies. Read the call for papers.