State Health and Wellness Exhibit Toolkit

Create a Health and Wellness Exhibit!


 Health and Wellness Exhibit Handouts and Ideas


See also the list of CRNA wellness and SUD speakers.  More resources to follow - let us know ( if you have any specific needs or new ideas to share. 

Always include the SPA or state wellness committee members in any health and wellness or substance use disorder exhibit or lecture during the state association meeting so attendees know where to get help.

Order imprinted items to sell, raffle, or "give-away" to invite attendee participation and enjoyment - convert school carnival type games ("lollipop tree") or hold challenges, e.g., push-ups, sit-ups, or use a child's basketball net to score baskets.

Download the Adverse Events Resource Card to share and/or post in your workplace.

Or order quantities of the card online (member login required); card is free, shipping and handling costs will be incurred. For quantities over 25, email
to order. 



 Want to create a display?

There are lots of ideas for drawing attention to your health and wellness resources.  Don't worry, it doesn't have to be stellar or require artistic talents.  And actually, if doesn't even have to be an exhibit or display.  Often, if you have a bowl of fruit or healthy snacks that will bring meeting attendees to stop by and perhaps also review the resources and have a conversation.  See the State Health and Wellness Resources page for some ideas. 
If you'd like to easily add something visual, download this artwork, which your local print shop can produce into a  24" x 30" poster: 
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Please note, the "Create a Health and Wellness Exhibit" toolkit replaces what was formerly the AANA's State Travel Wellness Exhibit program.  The resounding success of requests for the popular traveling booths created many logistical challenges, especially during the busy Spring and Fall meeting seasons.  We'll continue to add to this toolkit to help customize your display and resources for your state meetings. Any questions, contact or (847) 655-1114