ASPAN's National Conference is planned and designed with you in mind! The national conference will provide you the opportunity to network with peers, leaders and experts from diverse geographical and healthcare areas. You can also interact with leading industry vendor representatives to gain information and advice on new products and services for quality patient care.
To enable the nurse to implement competent patient care in order to improve patient safety in the perianesthesia setting.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet and interact with 2,000 registered nurses who practice in preanesthesia and postanesthesia care, ambulatory surgery, and pain management settings.
Your company can develop contacts, promote and test market products and services, and obtain sales leads among a prequalified, influential target audience at one time and in one place.
ASPAN has over 15,000 members, 87.3% report having influence in the selection of equipment, medications, and/or supplies. Further, 79.9% have been in perianesthesia practice for 6 years or more, and nearly 60% have been in practice for 11 years or more. Our members are exceptionally well connected within the healthcare community, and, when you reach one of them, you often end up reaching their network of colleagues and co-workers as well. ASPAN delivers excellent booth traffic, unopposed exhibit hours and strong supporter acknowledgement and exposure. ASPAN members represent the front line of pain management and patient care pre-and post surgery. Reach the influencers of medical product purchasing and policy for hospitals across the country.
Founded in 1980, the American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses (ASPAN) represents the interests of nurses who specialize in preanesthesia and postanesthesia care, ambulatory surgery, and pain management. With over 15,000 members and growing, ASPAN is the only professional organization dedicated exclusively to the practice of perianesthesia nursing. The Society serves its members by continually providing the latest in perianesthesia education, research, clinical practice expertise, standards and advocacy.