ANAC2017 Conference - November 2 - 4, 2017

November 2 - 4, 2017

The Fairmont Dallas

Dallas, Texas

via Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC)

Early bird registration is now available. ANAC invites you to take advantage of discounted conference registration.

2017 is ANAC's 30th anniversary! Plan to attend this year to take part in this historic event, share in the legacy of HIV/AIDS nursing, and reconnect with old friends and colleagues as we look to the future. Network with new, inter-professional colleagues and join emerging ANAC leaders to advance evidence-based, compassionate approaches to prevention, care and treatment, and research for HIV, HCV and other co-morbidities.

Join us to celebrate 30 years of  of nursing excellence and health policy advocacy for people living with HIV. Earn up to 20 hours of CNE credits.

A thank you to conference co-chairs Jeffrey Kwong and Kathy Bell for planning an outstanding lineup of excellent speakers and sessions. View the agenda

The Fairmont Dallas will be the official conference hotel. Book now.

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