Mid-Year Assembly Virtual Event

April 18-19, 2020 | Live Webinar Sessions 

Live Programming

Earn 6 Class A CE credits with the live webinar sessions

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Note: All times are Central Time.

 


Saturday, April 18

Watch your email inbox for an invitation containing your personal link to register. 
If you do not receive an email by April 6, complete this form.

 

 

 Time
12:30 - 1:00 PM CT
AANA Board of Directors Meeting Open Session                     

 

Sunday, April 19

 

 Time
10:00 - 11:00 AM CTAdvocacy Training for Beginners- Christopher Kush,MPP
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CTAdvanced Lobbying Strategy: Meeting with Hostile Offices and Recovering a Meeting That’s Going Awry - Amy Showalter, MSA, BA
1:00 - 2:00 PM CT
The Art & Science of Storytelling to Achieve Your Advocacy – Nancy Bocskor, BA 
2:00 - 3:00 PM CTHow to Build Relationships with Lawmakers in Changing Times- Bradford Fitch, BA
3:15 - 4:15 PM CTGet Political: 2020 Election Update- Charlie Cook, BA
4:15 - 5:15 PM CT
A View from Capitol Hill - Ralph Kohl, BA

 

Bonus for Registered Attendees 

Starting April 13th earn an additional 1.5 Class A CE credits by completing the FREE AANA Learn® course "CRNAdvocacy: Points of Influence in the Federal Lawmaking Process & Issue Deep Dive."

Meet the Candidates 

Introduction of 2020 slate of candidates and Board of Directors candidates' position statements will be available online and via video. Members will receive information by email after the Mid-Year Assembly Virtual Event.

Esteemed Speakers

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2019 Highlights

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What your peers say

  • Knowledge is power, and this conference empowered me to know the importance of CRNAs' presence at the Hill to advocate for our profession in the political arena.
  • As a student, it was an amazing opportunity! I felt very welcomed, embraced, encouraged, and empowered by every CRNA I interacted with. It made me excited for the great things to come in my career.
  • You can't truly understand the importance of advocacy unless you are physically there, seeing it in action. CRNAs need to be there!
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