Redefine HIV disease management with a focus on living well
Describe current evidence-based clinical management of HIV and associated co-infections with an emphasis on highly impacted and special populations
Discuss the roles of nurses and other care providers in addressing the HIV prevention and treatment cascades
Summarize harm reduction related to substance use practices, including overdose prevention
Discuss sexual health promotion and risk reduction including current biomedical advances (e.g. treatment as prevention; PrEP prevention programs and Microbicides)
Describe the relationship between HIV risk, intimate partner violence, and sexual decision making.
The conference is attended by more than 400 healthcare professionals and nurses who are important and influential decision makers when it comes to prevention, care and treatment of HIV/AIDS patients. Many have prescriptive authority.
A beneficial exhibitor/attendee ratio of 11:1
10 full hours of exhibit time
Multiple opportunities to interact with attendees during lunch and poster presentation reception in exhibit hall
Cost-effective exhibitor and advertising opportunities
Networking with more than 400 empowered and informed health care providers
Founded in 1987, the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) has become the pre-eminent leading nursing organization responding to HIV/AIDS. With a highly regarded peer-reviewed journal, 46+ local Chapters, and an Annual Conference featuring national and international speakers and educational and scientific sessions on the latest developments in HIV nursing, ANAC is meeting the needs of nurses in HIV/AIDS care, research, prevention, and policy.